As published in Foster’s Daily Democrat on Friday, October 10 Strange, curious To the editor: Fifty years ago, on a beautiful October day, I was a young Georgetown University faculty member walking across that fairly liberal Jesuit campus when a gregarious freshman with a southern accent stopped me to ask why I was wearing a […]
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Albeit a little long to view at a single sitting, this video recording produced by Herb Moyer could prove to be an inspiration all over the state — not to mention serve as a reminder to go vote in the primary on September 9th. Political participation hasn’t yet achieved the stature of a consuming national […]
Labor Day speech excerpts
That’s my reaction to the stream of missives from the New Hampshire Democratic Party pleading for dollars to counter the influx into Republican coffers from away. Not only am I not upset that billionaires and millionaires are throwing dollars into political campaigns in the state, that they’re stupid enough to think dollars determine votes tells […]
TRICARE is the health insurance program for members of the military and their dependents. As such, it is a Congressional responsibility and entirely appropriate for the Congress to define in the law. On the other hand, even though The Access to Contraception for Women Servicemembers and Dependents Act of 2014, which Senator Shaheen introduced this […]
Annie Kuster, our U.S. House Rep. for the Second District, is touting a ‘no’ vote to raise money for her re-election. “Just say no,” must be catching. Kuster writes: Last night, I voted no against Speaker Boehner’s attempt to sue the president. I did this because we don’t need to waste any more time playing […]
I’d only suggest that segregation or exclusionary behavior is apparently very difficult to resist. It assumes various names, but is always the same. Some humans are shut off or shut themselves off from others to serve the delusion that the act of exclusion makes them somehow more special or significant than the rest of their […]
Looks like members of the Board of Directors, who ousted long-time CEO Arthur T. Demoulas, aren’t gaining much favor with shoppers and employees challenging that decision. While the matter seems to have come to a head the last week, regular custormers at Market Basket know it’s been festering for a while.
That’s one interpretation of the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services’ version of the Environmental Protection Agency initiative to mitigate the spread of pollutants via storm water — stick it to the homeowners.