The final show before the primary

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In this episode, Manchester, Rich shares photos from a downtown business where the grounds have been defiled by homeless vagrants. It’s disgusting and Mayor Joyce Craig has refused to walk the 1/2 block to see it for herself as requested by the property owner. That led to a discussion about the homeless vagrancy problem and Rich’s experience with it and his solutions, which don’t include the mayor’s “Sanctuary City” policy for vagrant camps.

Rich took a call from Right to Life supporter Hon. Barbara Hagan, who shared the endorsement of Rich by NH Right to Life.

Noted local columnist Jack Kenney called in with an interesting question about where Rich would or wouldn’t compromise on issues.

Then Rich discussed a parent uprising at a recent school board meeting regarding mask mandates and inappropriate reading materials for elementary school children.  This led to Rich sharing his position on mask and vaccine mandates.  He also gave props to rival Victoria Sullivan for her comments at the school board meeting. There was more on school board business, too…it’s mind numbing…like pretending their approval of the objections materials didn’t happen!

Finally, there was a major Manchester PD snafu over a press conference that was scheduled before it was canceled for scheduling conflicts.  The statement issued instead really showed it was much ado about nothing. Have the city’s police been politicized by the current mayor?  The evidence is laid out. You decide!

There’s more, like the plight of a local business being tortured by local regulators, so be sure to click in!

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Rich Girard

Richard H. Girard is a well known and highly respected conservative public figure and opinion maker in southern New Hampshire. A native of Manchester, NH, Rich has devoted nearly three decades to serving and educating the community about the critical issues in local politics and government. Rich’s diverse background includes running for and holding public office, providing leadership and management for other candidates’ political campaigns, extensive experience in the public and not-for-profit sectors, being sought as a political commentator by media outlets across the region, and having started and run three businesses, including this one.

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