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The Final Show: Listener Feedback

(Hours 1b,c) Rich took a phone call from Susan in Milford, who wanted to reminisce about a call that she made concerning the First in the Nation Presidential event.  The Humble Host then displayed his feelings about ending the show, before taking a call from Manchester School Board member Lisa Freeman and reading a Union Leader editorial that was written about the Girard at Large radio show.  Finally, he took a call from former Hooksett School Board member John Lyscars.  Tune in to get all of the details! Click here to view the Union Leader editorial that Rich read...

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A Postcard Investigation and Voter Fraud Issues

(Hour 1a) Rich started the show by talking about mixing today’s caffeinated coffee that A Question of Voter Fraud anchor Ed Naile brought and yesterday’s decaf that former Hooksett School Board member John Lyscars brought.  They then spoke about Ed’s tenure on the show, before addressing Jimmy Lehoux’s investigation into Erika Connors’ participation with Postcards to Voters and voter fraud issues.  Tune in to get all of the details!...

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Wiretapping Allegations: The Humble Host’s Investigation

(Hour 2a) Rich tackled the investigation into his wiretapping allegations.  He explained why he voted the way that he did and shared his thoughts about the public’s Right to Know.  He then read information from the investigation and commented on those who voted to withhold information from the public.  Tune in to hear all about it! Click here to view the information that was read on-air....

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On Air News Read for November 1, 2017

A Right to Know Commission has concluded its business and made its final report.  The commission was established by the General Court specifically to study ways to reduce both the number and expense of resolving right-to know complaints.  The commission brought forward three recommendations for the General Court to consider, suggesting: Legislation be intriduced in the next session to establish both an Ombudsman and Citizens’ Right-to-Know Appeals Commission to resolve grievances; The establishment of Right-to-know training for all public officials and employees subject to the Right to Know Law to increase awareness and compliance and minimize violations; and  Minimizing...

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Wrongful Arrest Resolution, Baseless Accusations and the Right to Know Law

(Hours 1a,b,c) Rich opened this morning’s show by talking about his campaigning signs, which had be moved by the storm.  He and Ed Naile, Chairman of the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers, then spoke about the wrongful arrest of a Manchester woman by the Manchester Police Department.  He read from one of Kimberly Morin’s articles and commented on the actions taken by Manchester Police Chief Nick Willard.  Tune in to get all of the details! Click here to view the mentioned article. (Hour 1b) Rich and Ed addressed the charges that were made against Rich by Kate Desrochers.  He...

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Humble Host Discusses Wiretapping Allegations

(Hours 1a,b) Rich opened this morning’s show by talking about last night’s meeting in which the allegations of wiretapping were discussed.  He then took a call from John in Hooksett, who jumped in on the conversation and pointed out his belief about what the Humble Host’s goal should be.  Finally, Rich shared about what actually happened in the meeting.  Tune in to get all of the details! (Hour 1b) Rich continued in his coverage of the wiretapping allegations.  He talked about personal vendettas and pointed out that his recording of the meeting wasn’t a mistake.  He then shared the...

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On Air News Read for October 19, 2017

The Manchester Police Department has arrested another graffiti vandal and issued an arrest warrant for yet another as a result of it’s ongoing “Operation Grit.” Thirty four year old Kevin Burke of Nashua was picked up by officers Casey Seigle and Ryan Hardy on Monday, ironically, outside the Manchester District Courthouse.  Burke was released on fifteen hundred dollars cash/ surety bail and is scheduled to appear on October 31st.  The department said he’s caused more than five thousand dollars in damage to the properties he’s tagged and is asking for the public’s help to identify any and all properties where...

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