The NRA is up to it's old tricks again as it helps to maintain draconian anti self defense laws and kill new legislation that would help deter crime and improve basic human rights of self protection in the face of government legislation.Read more »
Well, he's at least selling his house. The moving to NH part is just speculation on my part.Read more »
Jason Bragg (3 1/2 years) stood on the beach along Kingston Lake and watched as his dog Chloe struggled to pull herself out of the frigid water. Jennifer Jenkins, Jason's pregnant mother, was frantic that she couldn't rush into the lake to save Chloe. Police Chief Donald Briggs Jr. arrived, ripped off his service belt, jumped in the water and began smashing the inch-thick ice as Briggs raced out in waist deep water to rescue Chloe - about 30 feet from shore and crying for help. Briggs was able to reach Chloe, scoop her up and rush her back to the beach, where she was wrapped in a blanket.Read more »
State Rep. Daniel Itse of Fremont, NH, wants to create a volunteer “permanent state defense force,” separate from the New Hampshire National Guard, to assist with disaster relief and “defend the state against invasion.”Read more »
Rep George Lambert of New Hampshire. Gary is the co sponsor of a bill in NH that would make most TSA pat downs a sexual offense.
This is a wonderful bill that if passed could be a blueprint for other states to ban these invasive procedures.
Rep. Lambert also spoke about the Free State Project.Read more »
At the beginning of every movement is a wild bunch. Rowdy workers on the docks in Boston, John Brown and his half-mad family. When historians trace back from Scott Brown to the beginning, they will get to a wild bunch in New Hampshire called the “Free Staters.”Read more »
NH Governor Lynch blocks vote on pardon request for Ward Bird. Executive Council votes to commute Bird's sentence to time served.Read more »
One more reason to love New Hampshire: DRUGS!
"UNH beat out more than 350 schools to take the top spot, according to Beast reporter Lauren Streib, who compiled the list."Read more »
YouTube has summarily rejected 2 Concord, NH videos from 11/13/2010 exposing government violence, following government complaints that said violence -- and its perpetrators -- shouldn't be exposed. These videos were taken during the Chalking arrests at the Federal courthouse in Concord NH.Read more »
New Hampshire has many attractions, from natural beauty to relatively low unemployment.But for some, it’s the “Live Free or Die” image that has them packing up the moving van and heading to the Granite State.Read more »
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