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Tag: Right to Know

2017 Elections: Rundown of the Queen City Candidates

(Hours 2a,b) Rich gave the listeners a rundown of the upcoming Queen City elections.  He went Ward by Ward, discussing those who have filed for office and sharing his opinion on individual races.  He expressed his increased interest in the Ward 2 race between Will Stewart and Paul Marineau and more.  Tune in to get the details! (Hour 2b) Rich continued in his discussion, beginning where he left off in Ward 6.  He commented on the races and encouraged the listeners to run for office if they are less than excited about their options....

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Unavailable Voter Checklists and the Election Integrity Commission

(Hours 1b,c) Rich talked to Ed Naile, Chairman of the Coalition of the New Hampshire Taxpayers, for an extended segment of A Question of Voter Fraud.  Ed shared stories related to difficulties in retrieving public voter checklists, before discussing President Donald Trump’s voter fraud commission. Dishonorable Mention: Caitlin Ann Legacki (Hour 1c) Rich started by sharing about a Union member who is being pressured to put a sign in his yard, which endorses Kevin Cavanaugh’s campaign.  Ed then informed the listeners about the ACLU’s lawsuit, supported by Senator Betty Lasky and Neal Kurk, aimed at President Donald Trump for a lack...

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The Politicization of West High School’s Rape Case

(Hour 2c) Rich talked about the politicization of the rape case that occurred at West High School.  He shared his disapproval in the handling of the hallway, which was a known problem area.  He then discussed the handling of the situation by former Assistant Superintendent David Ryan and spoke about Mayor Ted Gatsas’ insubordination charge.  Finally, he pointed out the lax in enforcement of rules at the school and wondered about the accountability surrounding those involved.  Tune in to hear more....

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Gun Owners of America Director Discusses the Second Amendment

(Hour 3a) Guest Hosts Hal Shurtleff and Ed Naile talked to Larry Pratt, who will be speaking at this year’s Camp Constitution.  Larry, who is the Director of Gun Owners of America, answered Ed’s questions regarding a statement made about the Second Amendment being a second class amendment.  They then talked about the concealed carry debate, international gun control and more.  Tune in to get all of the details! Click here to view Gun Owners of America’s site....

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The Qualification Quandary: A Missing Resume in SAU 55

(Hours 2a,b) Rich talked about Donna Green’s concern regarding the hiring of an elected official in SAU 55.  He spoke about correspondence between himself and Superintendent Earl Metzler, in which he was unable to acquire sufficient information about the individual’s qualifications.  He then compared this situation with the vetting process that lead to the hiring of Dr. Bolgen Vargas as the Superintendent of the Manchester School District and shared about conflicts with the Right to Know law.     (Hour 2b) Rich read the qualifications for the job and shared his frustration over Superintendent Metzler’s unwillingness in sending the...

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A Right to Know Meeting, House Bill 170 and the Racial Wealth Audit

(Hour 3b) Rich took a phone call from Harriet in Deerfield, who wanted to inform the listeners about an upcoming Right to Know meeting and share her frustrations over Senator Sharon Carson’s amendment to House Bill 170.  He then tackled the racial wealth audit, discussing the proposed solution to the racial wealth gap.  Tune in to hear all about it! Click here to view the racial wealth audit....

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School Spending: Discussing the Tax Cap and Figuring out the Funding

(Hours 1a,2b) Rich started the morning by talking about last night’s Manchester Board of Mayor and Aldermen meeting.  He shared his criticism with what Hillside Middle School Principal Brendan McCafferty had to say at the meeting, but largely praised the Principals who attended.  Finally, he gave his prediction about whether or not the tax cap would be overrun and informed the listeners about statements made by Manchester School District Superintendent Bolgen Vargas.  Tune in to get all of the details! (Hour 2b) Rich started by sharing his opinion with Ed Naile, Chairman of the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers,...

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Voter Fraud Proven by the Numbers

(Hours 1b,c,2a,b)  Rich and Ed Naile discussed the topic of non-citizens voting in Virginia.  Ed then talked about the 2017 release of the states involved in the Interstate Crosscheck program.  They went through the numbers of voters in New Hampshire with the same first name, same last name AND same birthdate registered in other states.  Tune in for all of the details! Click here to follow along with the Interstate Crosscheck Program numbers. Click here for more information about the voter fraud taking place in Virginia. Click here for the registered voter numbers in NH that were discussed. (Hour 1c)...

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Objectivity in Government

(Hour 2b) Rich read feedback from retired officer Jim Gaudet, Anchor of Public Safety This Week, regarding the Humble Host’s belief that retired professionals should not be allowed on committees that are relevant to their field.  He wondered about objectivity in government and pointed out the risks of bias.  Finally, he pointed out the importance of making the discussion accessible to the public.  Tune in to get the details!...

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Secretary of State Gardner and the Interstate Crosscheck Program

(Hour 1c) Rich talked to Ed Naile, Chairman of the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers, for A Question of Voter Fraud.  Ed started by informing the listeners that the Granite State recently entered the Interstate Crosscheck program and they wondered about the involvement of Secretary of State Bill Gardner in the matter.  They then discussed Ed’s investigation into the push to alter who can vote in the town of Hanover (Click here for the segment in which the matter was first discussed on the show).  Tune in to get all of the details! Dishonorable Mentions: Alana Biden, Patricia Kalick, Michael...

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