Support Grows For Patrick Arnold For Manchester Mayor

MANCHESTER, NEW HAMPSHIRE – Today the Arnold for Mayor campaign announced the endorsements of sitting Aldermen Ron Ludwig and Barbara Shaw. “Patrick brings determination, passion and vision to his campaign for mayor of Manchester,” says Ludwig. “Patrick ran a strong campaign in 2013, focusing on issues most important to working families. I’m proud to support […]

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January 15, 1919

What began in mid-December as a textile workers’ strike and evolved into a general strike that shut down Lima, Peru, ends when the Federal Minister of Development meets with the strike committee and its student allies and is convinced to support the workers’ demand for an eight-hour day. Shortly afterward, President Jose Pardo issues a […]

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Senator Shaheen Push For Legislation To Move US Government To A Biennial Budget

View Senator Shaheen and Senator Isakson reintroduce this legislation on the floor of the Senate WASHINGTON – U.S. Senators Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) and Johnny Isakson (R-GA), today reintroduced the bipartisan Biennial Budgeting and Appropriations Act in an effort to reform Congress’ broken budgeting process. The legislation would convert Congress’ annual appropriations process to a two-year […]

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Jack Kimball: ‘BBC admits Paris shooting fake!!’

Image: youtube.com Jack Kimball, former chairman of the New Hampshire Republican Party, shared a video on his Facebook page that claims the Charlie Hebdo shooting was a “false flag” operation. “Everyone needs to watch this, especially gun owners, prior Military and hunters,” Kimball wrote. “Even the BBC believes this shooting is fake.” The video Kimball […]

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Governor Hassan’s Statement on the STEM Task Force Report

 CONCORD – After the Governor’s Task Force on Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Education released its final report, Governor Maggie Hassan issued the following statement: “Modernizing how we educate our students in the STEM fields of science, technology, engineering and math is critical to helping them develop the skills needed for good jobs in […]

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What Mitt Romney Taught Us About America’s Economy

With Mitt Romney edging ever-closer to another run at the Presidency, I figured it was time to re-hash what his 2012 campaign taught us. First, we learned that some folks are willing to to spend a whole lot of money to get “the right person” elected.  Sheldon Adelson, for instance, reportedly spent almost $150 million […]

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NH Labor News 2015-01-13 12:00:59

Report finds strong correlation between CAFTA, failed migration policies and increased militarization and recent displacement of women and children fleeing violence and poverty in Central America  A new, eye-opening report issued by the AFL-CIO sheds light on how failed trade policies contributed to the unaccompanied minor crisis at the U.S. border during last summer. The […]

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NH Rebellion To March Across The State To End Political Corruption

 300-mile New Hampshire Rebellion March to Educate Public and Presidential Candidates About Reforming Money in Politics Portsmouth, NH –   On Sunday, January 18th, dozens of rugged “Granny D walkers” will set out from downtown Portsmouth to commence a four-day, 50-mile walk through the ice and snow to Concord, to join hundreds more of their ilk […]

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