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On Air News Read for September 20, 2017

Yesterday’s Primary Election in the Queen City produced some interesting results, though I must admit I, your humble political prognosticator, predicted almost every outcome, many of them in my out loud radio voice. My chief prediction that Mayor Ted Gatsas would finish a relatively close second to challenger Joyce Craig was spot on.  With fifty eight hundred votes, or fifty two point seven percent, Craig bested Gatsas’ four thousand nine hundred eighty seven, or forty five point four percent.   Democratic plant Joshua Dallaire received seventy one votes and perennial candidate Glenn Ouellette tallied one hundred thirty eight to account...

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Indoctrination at SNHU, Addressing Antifa and Free Speech Issues

(Hours 3b,c) Rich and Steve MacDonald of GraniteGrok began the New Media Militia segment by talking about an issue surrounding Southern New Hampshire University’s handling of diversity issues.  They spoke about financial consequences that other schools have experienced after taking such a turn and shared about feedback about indoctrination from listeners.   (Hour 3c) As Rich and Steve continued they discussed Antifa.  Steve addressed a suppression of speech and wondered why certain politicians are not denouncing the group.  Tune in to hear all of the details!...

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Kimberly Discusses Opposition to ‘Look Ahead America’

(Hour 3b) Rich talked to Kimberly Morin of NH Political Buzz and Steve MacDonald of the New Media Militia for Politically Buzzed.  After discussing Antifa and the encouragement of violence, Kimberly shared about the push-back that is being seen by Look Ahead America, a move organized to support and rally voters.  They tackled claims of white supremacy, the current wave of tolerance, statements made by Chairman Ray Buckley and more.  Tune in to get the details!...

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A Public Spat, a Political Problem and a Late-Night Car Chase

(Hour 1a) Rich started the morning by wondering about what issue was going on between NH Political Buzz’s Kimberly Morin and Raymond Buckley, before talking about news surrounding Commissioner of Education Frank Edelblut.  He then spoke about his recent coffee trend and shared a personal story about a drunk driving accident that he was involved in on a trip to San Francisco, California.  Tune in to get the exciting details!...

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Kimberly Morin Discusses Hypocrisy of NH Democrats

(Hour 3b) Guest hosts Steve MacDonald of the New Media Militia, Susan Olsen and Bob Clegg talked to Kimberly Morin of  NH Political Buzz for Politically Buzzed.  Kimberly started her segment by addressing the hypocrisy of New Hampshire Democrats in demanding that Governor Chris Sununu condemn the actions that took place in Charlottesville recently.  They wondered why state police weren’t allowed in before the violence escalated and more.  Tune in to get all of the details!...

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On Air News Read for July 26, 2017

Manchester Alderman Kevin Cavanaugh, Democrat from Ward One, will be District Sixteen’s next state senator, having beaten former Senator David Boutin, Republican from Hooksett, handily in yesterday’s special election.  The unofficial tally has Cavanaugh with four thousand seven hundred forty six votes, or just under fifty five percent, and Boutin with three thousand eight hundred fourteen votes, or forty four percent.  Libertarian Jason Dubrow of Dunbarton received one hundred nine votes, or just over one percent.  The election was held to fill the vacancy created by the death of Senator Scott McGilvray, Democrat from Hooksett.  The victory had Democratic...

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Civics Literacy and Defining Domicile

(Hour 1b) Rich started the segment by informing the listeners about which anniversaries lie on this day.  He then talked about the civics literacy issue that was discussed at the Curriculum and Instruction Committee at last night’s Manchester School Board meeting.  Finally, he shared about voter fraud, the loose definition of domicile and Raymond Buckley’s reaction to yesterday’s results of the special election in District 16.  ...

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The Humble Host Scrutinizes the Results of Yesterday’s Special Election in District 16

(Hours 2a,b,3a) Rich talked about the results of yesterday’s special election in District 16.  He conveyed feedback from listeners concerning David Boutin’s (R) loss to Kevin  Cavanaugh (D) and shared his theories about why Boutin’s run wasn’t successful.  He then addressed claims made by Raymond Buckley concerning the Republican Party’s defeat and took a call from Eddy in Manchester, who praised the strength of the Democrat Party in Ward 1 and inquired about the differences between Ward 1 in Bedford and in the Queen City.  Tune in to get the details! (Hour 2b) “Why would Ray Buckley, Chairman of the State...

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Mayor Ted Gatsas on the District 16 Special Election, Budgetary Issues, Etc.

(Hours 3b,c) Rich talked to Manchester Mayor Ted Gatsas.  The discussion tackled the following issues:  The District 16 Special Election results Support towards David Boutin Paris Accords Support Funding for Serenity Place (Hour 3c) Rich and the Mayor continued with:  Positive things that are happening in the community The vetoing of contracts Capital contributions from Hooksett How city provides services The Non-Partisan System Upcoming events  ...

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