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Kyle Busch Wins Shootout for New Hampshire Pole

Jimmie Johnson, Denny Hamlin, Tony Stewart and Jamie McMurray round out the top-five qualifiers

(LOUDON, N.H.) - Kyle Busch Pole It was another record-breaking afternoon during Oxford Casino Pole Day at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, as Kyle Busch set a new qualifying record at 138.130 miles per hour (27.574 seconds) to take the pole for Sunday's Camping World RV Sales 301.

Busch was one of 11 drivers to break Ryan Newman's qualifying mark set for last September's SYLVANIA 300.

Read Full Article (Jan-12-2014 12:17)

Faith, Civil Rights, Labor Leaders Speak out Against Cuts to Child Tax Credit

Diverse Coalition Decries Senator’s Attempt to Hike Taxes on Working Class Families with Children

(WASHINGTON, DC) - Sen. Kelly Ayotte The Senate is poised to vote to deny millions of working, taxpaying families the Child Tax Credit (CTC), an important tool that has allowed millions of working families to provide for their children.

The measure, proposed by Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R-NH), would affect up to four million Latino children, according to estimates. A broad coalition of advocates for children, faith and labor leaders, and anti-poverty experts has renounced the proposal as a cynical attempt to pit children against the unemployed.

Read Full Article (Oct-29-2011 22:11)

Old Man Winter Visits New Hampshire

Throughout the Northeast into tonight, bridges and overpasses will be the first to turn slick.

(HARRISVILLE, N.H.) - New Hampshire, Saturday night. The snow started here at 3:00 p.m. EST and I went out to measure it at exactly 8:30pm EST and we have exactly 13 inches. That is over 2 inches an hour and on October 29th. At this rate, we'll be snowbound by 6:00 a.m. meteorologists are worried that many more could follow tonight. Temperatures dropping below freezing through tonight will allow the historic snowstorm to cover roadways throughout the Northeast much easier than during the daylight hours.

Read Full Article (Aug-02-2010 20:50)

Free Staters: Bold Experiment in Living Free or the Drinking Man`s Tea Party

While a serious libertarian effort in the state seems to exist, the message remains cloudy.

(WINDSOR, N.H.) - Free State Project Essentially, FSP offers a very minimally defined objective which carefully dissociates itself from the activities of its members & friends. FSP, as an organization, assumes no responsibility for the actions of its followers and, at least on the surface, does not endorse any actions.

According to statement on its website, “The FSP has no political platform, nor even an agenda for what participants must do. Instead, each participant chooses the issue(s) to focus on, the tactics to use, and the people to work with. This freedom has resulted in a dynamic and successful community of activists”.

Read Full Article (Jun-04-2010 11:58)

`Great Salad Bowl`?

The fact that we were a "great melting pot" gave us the strength to endure because, first and foremost, we were all Americans ... each adding their own flavor to the blend in the pot.

(Harrisville, N.H.) - America has been known as "the great melting pot" for as long as I can remember. People from every corner of the globe combined as Americans to make our country great. They took advantage of opportunities that existed here that did not exist in their native lands.

Opportunities to reap the benefits of their own hard work, opportunities to worship God in their own way, opportunities to speak their minds freely, and opportunities to raise their families in peace and safety.

Read Full Article (May-17-2010 13:14)

Has There Been a Paradigm Shift in American Politics?

As a young boy, I was taught to examine the individual running for office — to examine his or her background, experience, history and political record.

(HARRISVILLE, N.H.) - American flag For most of my life, the independent American voter has had clear choices between voting for a liberal candidate or a conservative candidate — usually either a Democrat or a Republican.

Then, depending on the situation at the time the voter visited the polling booth, he or she could decide which approach would be best for the state or the country.

Read Full Article (May-17-2010 11:51)

Abolishing any Constitutionally Guaranteed Right Can Place us on a Very Slippery Slope!

The founding fathers each personally gave up a great deal in establishing our country as a sovereign entity.

(HARRISVILLE, N.H.) - I understand that the Constitution was meant to be a living document that would change with the times, but there are certain basic rights that were included by the Founding Fathers that they deemed as critical to the establishment and/or continuation of the freedoms we enjoy today.

The right to keep and bear arms was one of these.

Read Full Article (May-16-2010 11:44)

Career Politicians: It`s Time to Show Them the Door!

I think the voters of Utah deserve a huge “Attaboy” for getting the ball rolling.

(HARRISVILLE, N.H.) - Senator Bob Bennett Courtesy Three-term Republican Senator Bob Bennett was tossed out on his ear at the Utah GOP state convention on Saturday, May 8.

What happened in Utah is exactly what is needed! The army of career politicians (both Democrat and Republican) that supposedly represent us in Washington, D.C., have financially raped and pillaged the legal American citizen for too long.

Read Full Article (Dec-15-2009 21:38)

PTSD Women and the VA

No one wants to confront the VA because of the elected officials' political desire to use Veterans issues as an election ploy.

(LEE, N.H.) - I read an article today - Back from combat, women struggle for acceptance. Can the descriptions of what these U.S. Military Veterans are going through be the same as when we returned from the Vietnam Conflict?

It is a lonely transition as they struggle to find their place, and they can describe what the American citizens who fought for this nation’s freedom have gone through after each conflict or after we came back from war.

Read Full Article (Jan-10-2008 18:06)

Kucinich asks for New Hampshire Recount

The Candidate says he makes the request in the interest of election integrity.

(DETROIT) - Democratic Presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich Democratic Presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich, an often outspoken advocate in the Presidential field and in Congress for election integrity, paper-ballot elections, and campaign finance reform, has sent a letter to the New Hampshire Secretary of State asking for a recount of Tuesday's election. He says it is important because of "unexplained disparities between hand-counted ballots and machine-counted ballots."

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