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  • Liberals Are Treating Avenatti Like A Serious Presidential Candidate

    09/14/2018 5:13:16 PM PDT · by kevcol · 30 replies
    Daily Caller News Foundation ^ | September 14, 2018 | Peter Hasson
    The pugnacious attorney is putting pressure on other potential Democratic candidates to move further and further to the left. Avenatti has called on Democrats to support expanding the Supreme Court to 11 seats, in order to ensure a liberal majority. The Democratic “nominee must commit to this or not receive the nomination,” Avenatti wrote on Twitter.
  • 27-year-old refugee defeats life-long Concord resident in Democratic primary for state rep

    09/12/2018 2:12:30 AM PDT · by Jim Noble · 53 replies
    The Concord Monitor ^ | September 12, 2018 | Caitlin Andrews
    At first, Safiya Wazir couldn’t believe what she was hearing. A second later, it sunk in – after a long day on her feet, Wazir, a pregnant 27-year-old refugee from Afghanistan, defeated lifelong Heights resident and four-term District 17 state incumbent Rep. Dick Patten, overcoming an opponent who said her lack of experience and status as a refugee would hurt her campaign. Instead, Wazir said those very things – as well as her drive to connect with voters through doorknocking, thank-you notes and election reminders – buoyed her campaign. “They were very excited there was someone new running for the...
  • Trump-backed Eddie Edwards wins N.H. GOP primary; would be state's first black congressman

    09/11/2018 11:12:59 PM PDT · by 4Liberty · 56 replies
    Washington Times ^ | Sept 11, 2018 | Ass. Press writer
    A candidate endorsed by the Trump administration has won the Republican nomination for a U.S. House seat in New Hampshire, and he’d be the state’s first black congressman if elected in November. Eddie Edwards, of Dover, won a six-way race in Tuesday’s GOP primary for the 1st Congressional District. Edwards is a Navy veteran who also served as a police chief and as chief enforcement officer for the state liquor commission.
  • New Hampshire man tried to 'buy' girl from parents: cops

    09/10/2018 1:26:53 PM PDT · by Bubba_Leroy · 26 replies
    Fox News ^ | September 10, 2018 | Nicole Darrah
    A New Hampshire man was arrested Sunday after he allegedly tried to "buy" a young girl and attempted to kidnap her from her family in Massachusetts, police said. Alfred Patterson, 20, of Raymond, approached a 13-year-old girl near Boston's Faneuil Hall just before 5 p.m., the Boston Police Department revealed in a news release. Patterson offered the teen's parents cash to "buy" their daughter, before he allegedly "grabbed" the girl by the arm and tried to drag her away. Police said the girl's father intervened, and Patterson ran from the scene. He was quickly located by police.
  • Trump 'Is Mentally Ill,' Doctor and Former Vermont Governor Howard Dean Says

    09/02/2018 2:50:16 PM PDT · by John W · 117 replies ^ | September 2, 2018 | Jason Lemon
    Dr. Howard Dean, a physician who previously served as the governor of Vermont, told MSNBC on Sunday that Donald Trump suffers from mental illness and he is unfit to be president. “I’ve long believed the president is mentally ill,” Dean said as part of a panel discussion hosted by Alex Witt, Raw Story reported. “And I believe narcissism overcomes his ability to know, A, what’s good for the country, and B, what’s good for him.”
  • Prep School Details More Cases of Sex Abuse by Ex-Faculty

    08/21/2018 5:50:21 PM PDT · by markomalley · 21 replies
    An independent investigation into sexual misconduct at a New Hampshire prep school has now substantiated abuse claims against 20 former faculty and staff members dating back decades including a former Massachusetts congressman. St. Paul's School released two reports in 2017 detailing allegations against 17 people who worked there between 1947 and 1999. An addendum released Tuesday includes the names of three additional people who allegedly committed abuse between 1967 and 1988. The most prominent among them was the late Massachusetts Congressman Gerry Studds, who was described as preying on male students.
  • Trump marker at NH state library destroyed

    08/11/2018 4:44:51 AM PDT · by SMGFan · 23 replies
    MSN. ^ | August 11, 2018
    New Hampshire authorities are investigating a case of criminal mischief at the state library, where a granite block noting President Trump’s 2016 primary win was destroyed early Friday. According to a statement from New Hampshire State Police, a trooper responded at 7:45 a.m. to a report of the vandalism at the library, located near the State House in Concord. He saw a line of granite blocks along a sidewalk adjacent to Park Street in front of the library. The blocks were squares measuring about a foot across, police said.
  • How Democrats Suppressed the #MeToo Movement in the Party - Greenfield

    04/29/2018 6:54:09 PM PDT · by Louis Foxwell · 18 replies
    FrontPage ^ | April 27, 2018 | Greenfield
    How Democrats Suppressed the #MeToo Movement in the Party Threats, blacklisting and sex scandals in the feminist party. April 27, 2018 Daniel Greenfield aniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is an investigative journalist and writer focusing on the radical left and Islamic terrorism. A funny thing happened to the #MeToo movement in the Democrat Party. While #MeToo burned a fiery trail through the media, leaving behind the wrecked careers of top talent, after suffering some initial losses, the Democrats built a firewall by ruthlessly targeting activists. Their approach was eerily similar to that of Harvey Weinstein....
  • Clinton: I Don't Know What Gillibrand 'Was Trying to Say'

    11/18/2017 8:12:57 AM PST · by Oshkalaboomboom · 59 replies
    newsmax ^ | Saturday, 18 Nov 2017 | Wanda Carruthers
    Former first lady and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Friday she didn't know what Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand "was trying to say" when she suggested this week former President Bill Clinton should have stepped down over his affair with Monica Lewinsky that tarnished his presidency. "I don't exactly know what she (Gillibrand) was trying to say," Clinton told host Rita Cosby on WABC Radio in an exclusive interview Friday while promoting her new book "What Happened." When asked if she could have been more supportive of women who claimed to have been sexually harassed by her husband, Clinton said each...
  • Mika Questions Honesty of Franken Accusers, Wonders ‘If It Happened’

    12/08/2017 7:16:03 PM PST · by Kaslin · 34 replies ^ | December 8, 2017 | Chris Reeves
    On Friday’s Morning Joe, the MSNBC show’s hosts and guests spent most of their broadcast mourning the announced resignation of Minnesota Senator Al Franken from Congress in the wake of over half a dozen allegations of sexual assault against him. In a stunning display of hypocrisy, MSNBC’s liberal morning pundits went to extraordinary lengths to cast doubt on the women who have accused Franken of sexual misconduct, violating the network’s own oft-repeated standards for Republican and conservative politicians.New York Times writer Bari Weiss was even brought on to complain about how “some innocent people are going to go down” as...
  • Bill Clinton's name stripped from NH Democratic Party fundraising gala, amid 'Me Too' movement

    08/07/2018 2:23:31 PM PDT · by ColdOne · 22 replies ^ | 8/7/18 | Paul Steinhauser
    CONCORD, N.H. – Former President Bill Clinton’s name no longer adorns the Democratic Party’s major fall fundraising dinner in the state that made him “the comeback kid” and launched him on the road to the White House. The New Hampshire state party announced Tuesday that their annual Kennedy-Clinton Dinner will now be known as the Eleanor Roosevelt Dinner, in honor of the famous first lady who went on to serve as the first U.S. delegate to the United Nations. "We are proud to honor Eleanor Roosevelt, a woman revered around the world for her bold leadership and tireless efforts to...
  • Jackson inn worker charged with hate crime after trying to remove unwelcome patrons

    08/01/2018 3:26:13 AM PDT · by Jim Noble · 59 replies
    New Hampshire Union Leader ^ | August 1, 2018 | Kevin Landrigan
    OSSIPEE — A worker at a Jackson inn has been charged with a hate crime for physically removing two patrons from the establishment because of their religion and perceived national origin, state and county prosecutors allege. Priscilla Protasowicki, 32, will face an “enhanced criminal sentence” if the two counts of simple assault are proven to have been motivated by hate, said prosecutors. The simple assault charges carry a possible maximum sentence of five years in New Hampshire State Prison. In addition, Attorney General Gordon J. MacDonald announced he has begun a New Hampshire Civil Rights Act claim against the woman....
  • New Hampshire is 94% white. It is now trying to figure out how to change that

    07/28/2018 12:44:39 PM PDT · by Trump20162020 · 109 replies
    The New York Times ^ | July 27, 2018 | Katharine Q. Seelye
    MANCHESTER, N.H. — Catalina Celentano used to hold training sessions for hospital workers in Lynn, Mass., to familiarize them with the cultures of patients from Cambodia, Russia and the Dominican Republic. When she moved to New Hampshire, she suddenly found herself in an ethnic vacuum. “I went from being able to speak Spanish every day to not speaking Spanish at all because there wasn’t anybody to speak Spanish to,” said Mrs. Celentano, who was born in Colombia to a Colombian mother and Hungarian father. “The only person I spoke Spanish with was a cleaning lady and she moved back to...
  • N.H. Supreme Court upholds constitutionality of voter residency bill

    07/13/2018 9:06:42 PM PDT · by bitt · 64 replies
    concord monitor ^ | 7/13/2018 | Ethan DeWitt
    A fiercely contested bill to make residency a condition of voting in New Hampshire was determined by the state Supreme Court to be constitutional Thursday, in a major ruling that clears its approval by Gov. Chris Sununu. In a 3-2 ruling, the court found that the bill, House Bill 1264, is not a burden on the right to vote, but rather a means to better organize state laws “in order to place voters and residents on equal footing as New Hampshire citizens.” The court’s decision, which came without warning, now sets up a high-stakes choice for Sununu. On Thursday afternoon,...
  • Intern for Dem senator suspended for shouting 'f--- you' at Trump

    06/25/2018 7:06:21 PM PDT · by blueyon · 124 replies ^ | 6/25/18 | By Brett Samuels
    An intern for Democratic Sen. Maggie Hassan (N.H.) was suspended for a week for shouting an expletive at President Trump while he visited the Capitol last week. The intern will have restricted access to the Capitol moving forward, Aaron Jacobs, director of communications for Hassan, told The Hill in a statement. “We are aware of the situation and have taken disciplinary action, including a one-week suspension and revoking her Congressional intern ID badge (thereby restricting her access to the Capitol), in response to her breach of office policies regarding respectful and appropriate conduct. We also facilitated contact with Capitol Police,"...
  • Immigrants arrested at Border Control checkpoint along New Hampshire interstate

    06/22/2018 8:08:04 AM PDT · by yesthatjallen · 10 replies
    The Hill ^ | 06/22/18 | Morgan Gstalter
    Several illegal immigrants were arrested by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents at a checkpoint established along a New Hampshire interstate this week. The Nashua Patch reported that five immigrants from Brazil, China, Ecuador, El Salvador and Mexico were detained and are set to be deported. The outlet reported that this is the third immigration checkpoint held in New Hampshire in the last year. This one was held in Woodstock along Interstate 93, approximately 100 miles from the U.S.-Canada border. Seventeen people were arrested at another checkpoint last month, The Boston Globe reported. "Checkpoint operations are a critical enforcement...
  • GOP New Hampshire governor signs law banning gay conversion therapy

    06/08/2018 3:30:53 PM PDT · by Ennis85 · 89 replies
    The Hill ^ | 8th June 2018 | MORGAN GSTALTER
    New Hampshire’s Republican Gov. Chris Sununu signed into law on Friday a ban on gay conversion therapy for minors. Medical and mental health professionals — including the American Medical Association — say the practice to change a minor's sexual orientation or gender identity is proven to be ineffective and can cause psychological harm to LGBTQ youth. “Discrimination — in any form — is unacceptable and runs contrary to New Hampshire’s Live Free or Die Spirit,” Sununu said in a statement, as reported by WMUR. “If we really want to be the ‘Live Free or Die’ state, we must ensure that...
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    05/15/2018 8:23:58 AM PDT · by Biggirl · 15 replies
    The EIB Network ^ | May 15, 2018 | Rush Limbaugh
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  • With Clinton out of the picture, stampede of 2020 Dems hits New Hampshire

    05/09/2018 1:14:46 PM PDT · by Responsibility2nd · 27 replies
    Fox News ^ | 05/09/2018 | By Paul Steinhauser | Fox News
    CONCORD, N.H. – New Hampshire Democratic Party Chairman Ray Buckley says his phone’s ringing off the hook with calls from likely White House contenders. “There are so many potential contenders wanting to come up for our events, it’s just mind-blowing, the activity,” he told Fox News. Several potential Democratic presidential candidates are making trips this weekend to the state that traditionally holds the first primary on the road to the White House -- part of a wave of hopefuls taking advantage of the expectation that Hillary Clinton, who kept young candidates on the sidelines last time, is politically finished. One...
  • New Hampshire Becomes Fourth State to Require Work for Medicaid

    05/07/2018 4:00:32 PM PDT · by davikkm · 10 replies
    breitbart ^ | SEAN MORAN
    The Donald Trump administration approved New Hampshire’s waiver, becoming the fourth state to implement work requirements for Medicaid. New Hampshire Republican Gov. Chris Sununu said in a statement on Monday: Work requirements help lift able-bodied individuals out of poverty by empowering them with the dignity of work and self-reliability while also allowing states to control the costs of their Medicaid programs. They help people gain the skills necessary for long-term independence and success. Sununu added, “Today’s announcement by CMS authorizing New Hampshire’s Medicaid work requirements is a transformative step towards a more thriving workforce.” New Hampshire became the fourth state...