Select Page

Tag: Right to Know

Plymouth State Project Problems and a Full-Day Kindergarten Conversation

(Hours 3a,b,c) Rich spoke to Ann Marie Banfield, Education Liaison at Cornerstone Action for Is Our Children Learning.  Ann Marie talked about the Plymouth State Project, which is a Federally funded psychological evaluation.  She shared about the surprising role of the teachers, informed about the company’s motive to sell products and more. Click here and here to view Ann Marie’s blog posts.     (Hour 3b) Ann Marie and Rich wondered about the impact of the social and emotional wellness instructions.  They talked about ESSA’s promise of restoring local control in educational matters and they took a phone call...

Read More

An Ice Sting and International Voter Fraud Investigations

(Hour 1c) Guest host Greg Mason talked to Ed Naile, Chairman of the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers, for A Question of Voter Fraud.  Ed started by talking about a public official that alerted her constituents about an ICE sting.  He then recounted stories of international visitors to the Coalition of NH Taxpayers headquarters.  Finally, he shared about voter fraud tracking in India and planted voter registration forms for refugees in Nebraska. Dishonorable Mentions: Michael LaSean Lewis, Senator Martha Fuller Clark, Jared Steven Cram...

Read More

On Air News Read for March 24, 2017

Quote:  It is with deep regret that due to my current housing issue, I will no longer be living in Ward 6 and I must resign per the Manchester City Charter.  My resignation is effective Friday, March 31st, 2017. That’s what Manchester Ward Six Alderman Nick Pappas wrote to Mayor Ted Gatsas and Board of Alderman Chairman Patrick Long in a letter sent yesterday.  Pappas was elected in November 2 0 1 5.  In an interview with Girard at Large, Pappas said he and his wife had put their home on the market as they looked for a new...

Read More

David Saad on Right to Know NH

(Hour 2b) Rich spoke with David Saad of Right to Know NH. David shared on the starting of Right to Know NH by fighting for property rights and what they are doing in here in NH. Rich and David then discussed the Right to Know law, the flaws and any remedies to them. They spoke on Part 1 Article 8 of the Constitution. Tune in to hear all the details. Click here to see the State Constitution....

Read More

On Air News Read for March 15, 2017

Governor Christopher Sununu announced a proposal to add five state troopers toNew Hampshire’s State Police for the sole purpose of cutting the supply of drugs crossing the border from Massachusetts.  The new cops would work with Bay State staties to interdict cross border drug traffic.  (Memo to Lawrence Mayor Daniel Rivera and other conspiracy nuts, this is not the first step toward a Declaration of War that will challenge the Bay State’s sovereignty because you refuse to honor the law to be a Sanctuary City.)  Anyway, while Mayor Rivera is bound to be unhappy with the announcement, Senate Majority...

Read More

Ken Eyring & Tom Murray on Windham School Board and Internal Control Audit

(Hours 1b, c) Rich spoke to Ken Eyring and Tom Murray, members of the Windham School Board. They spoke about the Internal Control Audit that was done on the Windham School District, which uncovered the missuses of tax dollars, employees having district electronics personally engraved, numerous stale dated checks not accounted for, unauthorized use of the treasurer’s stamp and OOOHHH sooo much more.  Tune in to hear the exclusive details! (Hour 1c) Rich, Ken and Tom continued to talk about the Internal Control Audit and how it was started. They spoke of the Windham Finance Committee which Ken proposed.  They Also...

Read More

Timberlane Regional School Board Member Donna Green

(Hour 2b) Rich took a call from Donna Green, a member of the Timberlane Regional School District.  They talked about how difficult it is to see problems with audits and get those problems changed. These audits flagged multiple unaccounted for stale checks, among many other things.  Rich and Donna also spoke about elected officials not doing their jobs and allowing these abuses happen.  Tune in to hear the details....

Read More

Kimberly Morin on Raymond’s Property Tax Problem

(Hour 3a) Rich took a call from NH Political Buzz’ Kimberly Morin, who spoke about the issue in Raymond concerning a property tax discrepancy.  She talked about Raymond Town Manager Craig Wheeler’s reaction to her coverage of the issue and shared about an investigation regarding the town’s desire to build a specially certified police station.  Finally, she addressed an issue regarding food services.  Tune in to hear more....

Read More

On Air News Read for February 21, 2017

The reason why state and federal officials raided a home and two restaurants owned by Manchester Ward Eight Alderman and State Rep. Tom Katsiantonis has come into focus.  He owes back taxes and lots of them.  According to an article published in this morning’s Union Leader, the state placed half a dozen “Notice and Demand for Payment” liens on file against properties owned by Katsiantonis with the Hillsborough County Registrar of Deeds.  In total, the state is seeking to recover almost four hundred thirty thousand dollars in unpaid taxes, fees and interest they say have gone unpaid since two...

Read More

On Air News Read for February 17, 2017

Thirty two renegade Republicans joined the entire Democratic Caucus in the New Hampshire House of Representatives to defeat Right to Work legislation yesterday, despite an appeal made by Governor Chris Sununu to the Republican Caucus before the session.  The two hundred to one hundred seventy seven Roll Call vote to accept the Labor Committee’s “Inexpedient to Legislate” recommendation surprised many who expected it to be much closer.  Opponents of the bill, Senate Bill Eleven, went a step further by laying it on the table indefinitely on a Roll Call vote of one ninety four to one eighty three, which...

Read More