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  • Liberal fascism exposed in Seacoast Peace Response

    10/05/2016 6:23:24 AM PDT · by mainestategop · 7 replies
    mainestategop ^ | Brian Ball
    In Yesterday's article, we exposed Seacoast Peace Response, a communist so called anti-war group Based in New Hampshire in the seacoast region that consists of Dover, Durham, Rochester, Portsmouth and Hampton. This group espoused anti-American sentiment in the form of protests and poetry along with articles including by one Doctor David Diamond of Rochester New Hampshire who has a practice in the Dover Area Many of its articles expressed sympathy for communists and terrorists while attacking Bush, Cheney and conservatives in particular, Rush Limbaugh and Fox News. There are also leftist poems by the group and other vile disgusting left...
  • Trump events in NH filled to capacity (videos & photos)

    02/07/2016 6:29:05 PM PST · by campaignPete R-CT · 65 replies
    Youtube ^ | February 7, 2016
    Trump in Exeter NH on THUR. Hall was at capacity, so supporters were outside. Heavy, visible secret service presence. First 1:30 is useful. Remainder should be truncated. Photos and other links to follow below.
  • CARS LINED UP OUT OF TOWN as Hordes Attend Trump NH Rally

    02/04/2016 2:45:34 PM PST · by Enlightened1 · 87 replies
    Gateway Pundit ^ | 02/04/16 | Kristinn Taylor
    Donald Trump is drawing a huge crowd for his campaign rally in Exeter, New Hampshire at noon Thursday. The rally is being held at the historic Exeter Town Hall. CBS News reporter Jacqueline Alemany posted a photo to Twitter showing a long line of parked cars of rally attendees on a street that extended out of town. "Squeezing a Trump rally into the Exeter Town Hall is a sight to behold. Crowded, steamy, and scores of disappointed Trumpeters locked out." A photo posted to Twitter by the Cook Report's Dave Wasserman shows Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace and crew...
  • Trump: Politicians are 'full of s---'

    02/04/2016 1:41:04 PM PST · by smoothsailing · 67 replies
    The Hill ^ | 2-4-2016 | Bradford Richardson
    February 4, 2016 Trump: Politicians are 'full of s---' by Bradford Richardson Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump says he doesn't want to be politically incorrect, but he can't stop himself from saying politicians are "full of sh*t." "These people - I'd like to use really foul language," Trump said at a rally in Exeter, N.H. "I won't do it. I was going to say they're really full of sh*t. But I won't say that." "No, it's true. It's true. I won't say it. I won't say it. But they are," he added. "But I won't say that because it's too...
  • Long-lost Roman roads discovered on flood maps: Hi-tech Lidar data...

    01/12/2016 10:42:00 PM PST · by SunkenCiv · 28 replies
    Aerial flood maps of Britain are revealing more than just at-risk regions - they have also led to the discovery of several Roman roads. Amateur archaeologists have been able to use the flood-mapping technology to trace the paths of Roman roads which have remained buried under the land for some 1,600 years. The aerial flood maps were created by aircraft equipped with laser scanners which measure the distance between the aircraft and the ground. Using light detection and ranging (Lidar) technology, the Environment Agency was able to detect the areas of Britain which are most at risk of flooding. The...
  • George Pataki to Announce Presidential Bid Thursday

    05/25/2015 5:22:07 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 85 replies
    New York Post ^ | May 25, 2015 | Marisa Schultz
    Ignoring the polls and pundits, former New York Gov. George Pataki plans to announce Thursday that he’s joining the crowded Republican field for president. The three-term governor will unveil his candidacy in Exeter, N.H., – which claims the birthplace of the Republican Party – and join a group of contenders who are inching toward the 20 mark. Skeptics abound about Pataki’s chances.
  • RI:Exeter recall election opponents far outspent gun-rights supporters

    02/14/2014 6:07:23 AM PST · by marktwain · 5 replies ^ | 3 February, 2014 | JOHN HILL
    A month and a half after the unsuccessful effort to oust four Exeter Town Council members, financial reports filed by both sides show that in the weeks leading up to the recall vote, the firearms-rights supporters who mounted the effort were badly outgunned in terms of campaign cash. According to contribution and spending reports filed by We The People/Rhode Island Firearms League, the Exeter Democratic Town Committee and Save Exeter, the council members’ own political action committee, the anti-recall forces were able to outspend We the People by a better than 2-to-1 ratio in the 10 weeks leading up to...
  • Exeter, RI Votes to Recall Anti-Gun Council Members Today

    12/14/2013 7:21:50 AM PST · by marktwain · 24 replies
    TTAG ^ | 14 December, 2013 | Dan Zimmerman
     “I didn’t realize that so many people here in our corner of Rhode Island were so passionate about guns,” a nonplussed Calvin Ellis told the Wall Street Journal. Bless his heart. It’s safe to say, though, that he his three fellow Exeter town council members have now been thoroughly educated on that matter. That’s because, as RF relayed, 80% of the town council – Ellis included – stand to lose their jobs in a recall election today because they voted to transfer their shall-issue concealed carry licensing authority to the state’s may-issue attorney general. As resident Letitia Davis told, ”Our rights are...
  • Thugs Chanting “Lee Rigby” Beat English Soldier Bloody

    08/02/2013 7:12:51 PM PDT · by lowbridge · 43 replies ^ | August 1, 2013 | Jim Hoft
    A SOLDIER was attacked in an Exeter underpass by a gang who chanted “Lee Rigby” as they kicked him on the floor. The 18-year-old, known as Alexander, has been a member of the Coldstream Guards for six months. But on route to his home in St Thomas, Exeter, he said he was targeted by the hateful mob as he is a serving member of the armed forces. After a period of about two minutes he managed to escape after fighting off but fear his injuries could have been a lot worse. The incident happened at just before 2pm on Wednesday...
  • Hepatitis C 'Serial Infector' Could Have Spread Disease to Thousands

    07/28/2012 4:41:49 PM PDT · by verum ago · 43 replies
    ABC News ^ | 28 July 2012 | Sydney Lupkin
    The New Hampshire hospital lab technician indicted last week for infecting 31 people with Hepatitis C might have infected "tens of thousands" of patients in at least 13 hospitals, ABC News has learned. David Kwiatkowski, a former lab technician at Exeter Hospital in New Hampshire, had allegedly been stealing the Fentanyl syringes intended for patients, injecting his own arm and then refilling those empty syringes with another liquid-like saline, according to a statement from the United States Attorney's Office in New Hampshire. Since Kwiatkowski tested positive for Hepatitis C in June 2010, he passed it on to the hospital patients...
  • World’s First 3D Chocolate Printer Presented By EPSRC

    07/09/2011 8:51:54 AM PDT · by smokingfrog · 31 replies ^ | 9 July 2011 | Ankita
    3D Chocolate Printer looks as quite an amusing name at the first glance. It makes you want to know what it really does. The 3D Chocolate printer allows you to create your own designs on a computer and reproduce them physically in three dimensional form in to chocolate. This interesting project is funded as part of the Research Council UK Cross-Research Council Programme – Digital Economy and is managed by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) on behalf of ESRC, AHRC and MRC. It is being led by the University of Exeter in collaboration with the University of...
  • (Phillips Exeter) Academy Won’t Host Red Cross Blood Drives (due to gay ban)

    05/06/2011 10:46:45 AM PDT · by reaganaut1 · 46 replies
    The Exonian ^ | April 28, 2011 | Brandon Kaplowitz and Euince Cho
    ­­The Academy will no longer host blood drives through the Red Cross, whose ban on blood donations from men who have had sex with other men was found to be inconsistent with the Academy’s anti-discrimination policy, Principal Tom Hassan decided this week. The FDA policy has been in place since 1977. Gay men are more likely to transmit HIV through blood donations, an FDA representative said. An Academy employee brought the clashing policies to the attention of Dean of Faculty Kathleen Curwen, Director of Human Resources Kate Anatone and Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Chris Wejchert. The Academy was unaware of...
  • Experts uncover second Roman fort on city site

    08/01/2010 6:43:33 PM PDT · by SunkenCiv · 7 replies · 4+ views
    This Is Exeter ^ | Friday, July 30, 2010 | unattributed
    Exeter archaeologists believe they have found a second Roman fort on a development site in the city. As the Echo has already reported, a team of city archaeologists has unearthed a previously unknown fort on the site of the former St Loye's campus off Topsham Road. Archaeologists said the original discovery was set to rewrite Exeter's early history. Now the excavations have revealed what the experts believe could be a second fort, built on top of the first... Suspicions that there was a fort on the site arose three years ago during trial trenching. Excavations before the site was developed...
  • Man who set fire gets 8-16 years (blew up house in attempted suicide)

    07/21/2010 7:51:15 PM PDT · by Born Conservative · 15 replies · 1+ views
    Times Leader (Wilkes-Barre PA) ^ | 7/21/2010 | Sheena Delazio
    WILKES-BARRE – An Exeter man was sentenced Tuesday to eight to 16 years in state prison on charges he set fire to his home. The fire set off an explosion that damaged 55 homes, three businesses, an elementary school and left two 13-year-old girls injured. Luzerne County Court Judge Tina Polachek Gartley sentenced David Lamoreaux, 43, of Penn Avenue, on three felony counts, including two charges of arson and one charge of causing a catastrophe. “I truly am sorry,” Lamoreaux said Tuesday. “I’m not that kind of person at all … I’m sorry.” Lamoreaux pleaded guilty to the charges in...
  • Exeter is UFO capital of New England

    09/04/2009 11:11:18 AM PDT · by JoeProBono · 9 replies · 572+ views
    seacoastonline ^ | September 04, 2009 | Barbara Rimkunas
    Thanks to a highly publicized UFO sighting in 1965, Exeter is known as the "UFO Capital of New England." Should we believe in UFOs, or are they just nonsense? The idea of "belief" shouldn't really be part of the question. A UFO, after all, is an "Unidentified Flying Object" — "unidentified" being the operative word. It's when we begin to interpret what the object is that we get into trouble. As soon as it's called an alien spacecraft it becomes an "Identified Flying Object," then you have to start talking about "belief." And in spite of all the sightings and...
  • Video; Passionate Exeter, NH Town Hall Speaker Against Obamacare

    09/02/2009 10:52:11 PM PDT · by Jmouse007 · 17 replies · 902+ views
    Video Regarding Exeter, NH Town Hall Meeting... Speaking From the Heart Against Obamacare. Here is a video of the event of August 29 where Manchester Mayor Frank Guinta spoke at a Exeter, NH town hall meeting in Exeter that you may not have seen and may want to view and forward to others involved in the battle against Obama Death care entitled: ...constituent speaks from the heart (about Obamacare) I spoke shortly after the retired police man from NYC who was ejected the day before by Carol Shea Porter. There were paid activist (possibly union) thugs outside the hall...
  • Cops: Explosion no accident

    08/04/2009 5:24:36 AM PDT · by Born Conservative · 26 replies · 1,567+ views
    Times Leader (Wilkes Barre, PA) ^ | 8/4/09 | Edward Lewis
    EXETER – Five days before David Lamoreaux’s home was destroyed in an explosion on Saturday, police allege that his wife and another man assaulted him Deborah Lamoreaux, 45, and Christopher Pack, 45, of Market Street, Pittston, were charged Monday with assaulting David Lamoreaux in the couple’s home at 58 Penn Ave. on July 27. Police said that after David Lamoreaux was attacked, he crawled outside for help, screaming “They’re trying to kill me,” according to arrest records. The Lamoreaux home was destroyed in a blast that damaged at least 12 buildings, including the John F. Kennedy Elementary School on Penn...
  • Blast rocks Exeter neighborhood ("criminal investigation")

    08/02/2009 5:30:09 AM PDT · by Born Conservative · 10 replies · 824+ views
    Citizens Voice (Wilkes Barre, PA) ^ | 8/2/09 | Kristen Gaydos
    EXETER - A massive explosion leveled a home and injured two men in the borough Saturday afternoon, rocking homes and businesses throughout the neighborhood and in nearby communities. Exeter police labeled their probe into the blast at 58 Penn Ave. a "criminal investigation," but would not release further details on the cause Saturday night. A bystander and a man in the garage area at the rear of the home were injured and taken to the hospital for treatment. Their conditions were not immediately available Saturday night. The blast at the home at the corner of Penn Avenue and Memorial Street...
  • UK: Young UK Muslims 'turning to jihad'

    06/21/2008 4:38:43 PM PDT · by bruinbirdman · 20 replies · 162+ views
    The Telegraph ^ | 6/21/2008 | Patrick Sawer
    Extremists are winning the battle for the hearts and minds of Britain's young Muslims, a disturbing police report warns. Increasing numbers have become so alienated from mainstream society that they could even lend their support to jihadi terrorism, the study claims. While most reject violence, many distrust police and are reluctant to inform on extremists. The report was commissioned by the Association of Chief Police Officers (Acpo) after last year's failed bomb attacks in London's West End and at Glasgow Airport. It is to be discussed at Acpo's annual conference this week. In the most comprehensive research of its kind...
  • Christians Take Stand Against University (UK)

    08/19/2007 8:30:48 PM PDT · by blam · 9 replies · 673+ views
    The Telegraph (UK) ^ | 8-20-2007 | Jonathan Petre
    Christians take stand against university By Jonathan Petre, Religion Correspondent Last Updated: 4:01am BST 20/08/2007 A Christian student society is going to the High Court to overturn a ruling requiring it to admit non-Christians. The Christian Union at Exeter said the ruling by an independent adjudicator would mean Muslims or atheists could become its leaders. Lord Carey, the former Archbishop of Canterbury, is backing the organisation. His successor, Dr Rowan Williams, has criticised the "suppression" of Christian groups on campuses. The 350-strong Union was told by the Students' Guild, which regulates student bodies, last year that it may lose its...
  • Democrat to Teach Masturbation to Kids; Rep. Eileen Flockhart Supports Him

    10/02/2006 11:38:00 AM PDT · by megankdefender · 53 replies · 3,600+ views
    On Tuesday, September 12, 2006, Dr. Edward L. Rowan of Exeter won the Democratic nomination for the New Hampshire House of Representatives in District 13 which includes Exeter, Stratham and North Hampton. Rep. Eileen Flockhart, also of Exeter, is actively promoting Edward Rowan as a candidate, despite the public knowledge of Rowan's sketchy history and views. Ed Rowan is a retired psychiatrist. He was sanctioned by the medical board for having a sexual relationship with a patient. He appealed the decision to the New Hampshire Supreme Court, claiming the board had no right to sanction him. Dr. Rowan...
  • Great Britain: Woman in court on recycle charges (Put wrong waste in wrong bin; case sets precedent)

    05/22/2006 9:05:34 AM PDT · by Stoat · 61 replies · 1,555+ views
    The BBC ^ | May 22, 2006
    Woman in court on recycle charges    Donna Challice denies six charges A 30-year-old mother of three has appeared before magistrates in Devon accused of failing to recycle household waste properly.Donna Challice, of Wonford, Exeter, is being prosecuted for contaminating recyclable rubbish under the Environmental Protection Act. She denies six charges brought by Exeter City Council in what is thought to be the first case of its kind. The case was adjourned by Cullompton magistrates for two weeks. She was was released on bail and will next appear at the same court on 5 June for a pre-trial review....
  • California bank hostage drama ends

    01/26/2006 6:08:47 AM PST · by Rakkasan1 · 1 replies · 285+ views
    science daily ^ | 1-26-06 | upi staff
    EXETER, Calif., Jan. 26 (UPI) -- The last of eight hostages being held by a man in an Exeter, Calif., bank was freed unharmed early Thursday after a near 11-hour standoff. The incident began around 5 p.m. Wednesday when a man with a handgun entered the bank as it was closing and demanded money. When he realized the alarm had been triggered, he took eight customers and staff hostage, CBS reported.
  • Council tax rebel, 73, is sent to jail for refusing to pay £53 rise

    09/27/2005 2:57:13 AM PDT · by M. Espinola · 3 replies · 311+ views
    The Times ^ | September 27th, 2005 | Simon de Bruxelles
    A RETIRED social worker was jailed yesterday for seven days for refusing to pay a £53.71 increase in her council tax. Sylvia Hardy, a 73-year-old spinster, had refused all offers of help from well-wishers. She was making a stand in the hope of forcing the Government to reconsider an unjust tax, she said. Bag in hand, she marched to the court from her Exeter home accompanied by a small crowd of banner-waving supporters. Hundreds more were waiting to wave her off. Hardy, only the second council tax protester to be jailed, was compared by supporters to Emily Pankhurst, the...
  • UFO sighting in Exeter - again! - (Retired Navy officer reports his sighting in detail!)

    07/28/2005 8:25:37 AM PDT · by CHARLITE · 131 replies · 2,465+ views
    SEACOAST ONLINE.COM ^ | JULY 25, 2005 | Adam Dolge
    EXETER - There was something odd in the sky last week, something that caused a Navy veteran with 10,000 hours of flight experience to have his own close encounter. The former flight engineer, who wished to be identified only as "David," said of the experience, "this was like nothing I’ve ever seen before." What the retired Navy chief petty officer said he saw last Wednesday could only be classified as a UFO, an unidentified flying object. It was a bright and sunny afternoon, about 3:15 p.m., and David was outside preparing his lawnmower. He had filled the mower with gas,...
  • No leave for cop who shot turtle

    07/15/2005 6:28:16 AM PDT · by Born Conservative · 71 replies · 11,505+ views
    Times Leader ^ | 7/15/2005 | RON LIEBACK
    EXETER (PA)– As people question why a police sergeant shot and killed a snapping turtle last week, a municipal police training commission recommends the sergeant be placed on administrative leave or administrative duty while an investigation is conducted. Police Chief John McNeil says that’s nonsense. “It’s like if an officer decides to shoot a deer hit by a car, it’s his decision.” McNeil, who was at a conference for the Police Chiefs Association in Valley Forge this week, said he does plan to review Sgt. Len Galli’s report but will not put him on administrative leave. “I was absent during...
  • After Action Report -- Exeter Sign Wave

    11/01/2004 7:50:04 PM PST · by freeandfreezing · 20 replies · 282+ views
    More than forty dedicated Bush Cheney supporters waved signs and overwhelmed a feeble band of Kerry Edwards liberals in Exeter New Hampshire earlier tonite.
  • Any freepers in Exeter?

    07/05/2004 7:17:45 PM PDT · by icebats22 · 3 replies · 247+ views
    Are there any freepers in Exeter? I am going to the academy next year and I am a conservative. I founded a Conservatives Club at my old high school and wish to join such a club if one exists at Exeter. I would also like to know other non-academy Exeter freepers as I think we should get together to campaign alot since NH is such a crucial state.
  • Neglected roots

    05/14/2004 9:42:23 PM PDT · by Graybeard58 · 1 replies · 104+ views
    Waterbury Republican-American ^ | Friday, May 14, 2004 | Editorial
    The periodic squabble over where the Republican Party began is mildly amusing. The national committee says the first official gathering of Republicans took place on July 6, 1854, in Jackson, Mich., about 80 miles from Detroit. Don't be so cheesy, says Ripon, Wis., which according to lore and a 2004 congressional resolution hosted the first gathering of Republicans on March 8, 1854. In a pig's eye, say the folks of Crawfordsville, Iowa, who claim their hamlet hosted a group of abolitionists on Feb. 23, 1854, who debated a campaign platform and nominated candidates who ran under the Republican banner in...
  • Man 'out of his mind' during chase (cop cleared after firing gun at driver)

    02/14/2004 7:10:48 AM PST · by Born Conservative · 3 replies · 132+ views
    Citizen's Voice ^ | 2/14/2004 | James Conmy
    Nicholas Sando said he was "out of his mind" when he led police on a high-speed chase through several Wyoming Valley communities. At one point in the pursuit, Exeter Officer Dion Fernandes fired a shot at the stolen Ford Bronco Sando was driving. The bullet shattered a window in the vehicle, but did not hit anyone. "They tried to shoot me and my girlfriend in the head," Sando said after being led away from his arraignment by police. He had been asked why he ran from police. But according to the affidavit of probable cause, numerous attempts were made to...
  • No Marriage Licenses Until Justice for Gays

    10/20/2003 3:11:01 PM PDT · by Little Bill · 22 replies · 152+ views
    Fosters Daily (Communist) Democrat | October 20, 2003 | Terry Dale
    Exeter minister won’t issue marriage licenses until justice is done for gays By TERRY DATE Democrat (Communist) Staff Writer Pastor Kendra Ford EXETER — The minister at the First Unitarian Society of Exeter will not sign marriage licenses for heterosexual couples until the law allows her to do likewise for same-sex unions. Other Exeter clergy do not necessarily share Pastor Kendra Ford’s belief. Ford, one of about two dozen Unitarian Universalist ministers who have taken this pledge, said in an interview last week that her decision was based on her sense of fairness and justice. She came to it after...
  • Patriot Rally, Exeter, N.H., Friday, April 18, 2003

    04/16/2003 2:12:59 PM PDT · by NH Liberty · 19 replies · 206+ views
    NH Liberty
    Please join us at the Exeter bandstand (or one of the adjacent corners of Front and Water Streets) at 5pm on Friday evening, April 18, 2003 for a Patriot Rally to support our troops and President Bush.
  • Patriot Rally, Exeter, N.H., Friday April 11, 2003

    04/07/2003 8:45:03 PM PDT · by NH Liberty · 13 replies · 320+ views
    April 7, 2003 | NH Liberty
    Please join us at the Exeter bandstand (or one of the adjacent corners of Front and Water Streets) at 5pm on Friday evening, April 11, 2003 for a Patriot Rally to support our troops and President Bush.
  • Exeter, NH Patriot Rally (Fridays)

    04/02/2003 8:42:35 AM PST · by NH Liberty · 21 replies · 293+ views
    NH Liberty | April 2, 2003 | NH Liberty
    FReepers come on down to the Town Hall (across from the Gazebo/bandstand) in Exeter, NH on Friday evenings, starting Friday, April 4, 2003 at 5pm (or thereabouts) to about 6p or 7p.