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On Air News Read for April 19, 2017

Sixide Vape Lounge, at 1 2 3 Hanover Street in Downtown Manchester, owned and operated by Randy Guerrero of Manchester, has had its state Alcohol and Tobacco License revoked.  The Manchester Police Department, in conjunction with the Office of the City Clerk, Office of the City Solicitor and the State Liquor Commission, conducted an investigation and filed a petition to revoke the license. They alleged that in the six months the club was open, the police responded to and investigated employees and patrons consuming alcohol after hours, lewdness, indecent exposure, sales of controlled drugs, loud noise complaints, numerous assaults...

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Fighting Voter Fraud: Ed Naile Discusses Senate Bill 3

(Hours 1a,b,c) Rich spoke to Ed Naile, Chairman of the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers, about Regina Burdsell’s Senate Bill 3.  They commented on her remarks about the bill and shared their opinion of it.  Finally, they talked about the impact of the bill and began reading the Union Leader‘s take on the topic. Dishonorable Mentions: Hugo Palma, Michael LaSean Lewis and Alana Biden Click here for the Union Leader article about SB3. NH Constitutipon Part First [Art.] 11. [Elections and Elective Franchises.] All elections are to be free, and every inhabitant of the state of 18 years of age and upwards...

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On Air News Read For April 18, 2017

Governor Chris Sununu made House Bill 1 0 3 law with his signature, yesterday.  That’s the legislation proposed by State Rep. Victoria Sullivan, Republican from Manchester Ward Nine, that requires school districts to provide at least two weeks advance notice to parents of course material involving discussion of human sexuality or human sexual education.  The bill had been opposed by Planned Parenthood, the A C L U and multiple taxpayer funded school groups who claimed the law would censor what was taught in classes.  In arguing for the bill, Sullivan pointed to current law that already gives parents the...

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Domicile Deliberation: Why Not to Support Senate Bill 3

(Hours 2a,b) Rich dedicated the segment to informing the listeners about why they should not support Senate Bill 3.  He talked about a lack of required information when registering to vote and living in a dorm as a demonstration of intent to make a permanent place for voting purposes.  Tune in to hear more about    (Hour 2b) As Rich proceeded with the topic his continued to discuss domicile for voting purposes.  “This law fixes the problem of illegal voting in New Hampshire, because it legalizes what under the law is not legal behavior,” he said.  He also talked...

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Voter Fraud in Texas and Dealing with the Language of the Law

(Hour 1c) Rich spoke to Ed Naile, Chairman of the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers, for A Question of Voter Fraud.  Ed started by talking to Rich about his work with international groups whose goal is to combat voter fraud.  He then talked about voter fraud that occurred in a Radison Inn in Texas, pointing out how it’s similar to problems experienced in the Granite State.  Finally, they talked about Senate Bill 3, which would make it easier for college students to vote, and dealing with the definition of the law....

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NH1’s Voter Fraud Investigation and the Impact of Voter Fraud in NH

(Hour 1c) Rich spoke to Ed Naile, Chairman of the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers, for A Question of Voter Fraud.  Ed talked about NH1’s attempt to receive information from Secretary of State Bill Gardner concerning those who used out-of-state licenses in a recent election.  They talked about voter fraud that occurs in voter towns, wondered about the actual voter fraud numbers, discussed the definition of ‘domicile’ and commented on Governor Chris Sununu’s Attorney General nomination.  Tune in to get all of the details!...

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The Tax Cap, a Reconsideration Motion and an Illegally Moved Election Day

(Hours 2a,b) Rich and Ed Naile, Chairman of the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers, talked about last night’s Manchester School Board Meeting.  Rich shared about the back and forth between Manchester’s Aldermen and Mayor Ted Gatsas regarding the tax cap and they talked about the funding of full-day kindergarten.     (Hour 2b) As Rich and Ed continued they discussed the notice of reconsideration that occurred in last night’s meeting.  They commented on the Mayor’s curious handling of the issue and took a call from Dave in Bedford, who commented on the perpetual issues that arise around the tax...

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President Trump’s Freedom Caucus Conflict and Attempting to Replace Obamacare

(Hour 1b) Rich spoke about about the anger concerning President Donald Trump’s assertion that the Freedom Caucus must be defeated in 2018.  He then discussed an article that Fox News contributor Charles Krauthammer published regarding his opinion on what the Republican Party should do in the attempt to repeal and replace Obamacare.  Finally, he pointed out the impact of  voter fraud in the state. Click here for the Union Leader article that Rich read on the...

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Politically Buzzed: Senate Bill 3 and NH Board of Ed Chairman Disrespects Parents

(Hours 3b,c) Rich spoke to Political Buzz’s Kimberly Morin for Politically Buzzed.  They talked about Senate Bill 3, commenting on the issue of ‘domicile’ in the fight against voter fraud.  They then commented on corruption within the ranks of government officials who should be enforcing the law. Click here for more information about SB3.   (Hour 3c) Rich and Kimberly continued in their discussion about Senate Bill 3.  Rich commented on Ovide Lamontagne’s support for the bill and they shared that voters in the Granite State are being suppressed by out-of-staters.  They then switched gears and talked about New Hampshire Board of Education...

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On Air News Read for March 31, 2017

It was a busy day in the New Hampshire Senate, yesterday.  Among the items addressed was House Bill 1 0 3 which requires school districts to provide notice to parents and legal guardians of course material involving discussion of human sexuality or human sexual education at least two weeks in advance of being used in the classroom.  Bill sponsor, State Rep. Victoria Sullivan, Republican from Manchester’s Ward Nine, thanked the senate for passing the measure, which passed the General Court last year, only to be vetoed by then Governor Margaret Wood Hassan.  Governor Christopher Sununu is expected to sign...

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