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 […]
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Whether our political subdivisions ought to be in the business of promoting business is questionable. Well, at least, Republicans have long asserted that government should stay out of business, even as they rely almost exclusively on the currency our federal government provides. I guess what they mean is that they want to use it, but […]
We have partnered with “Exeter NH Transition Town” to bring you this fascinating look into the current and future state of solar energy in our town. The panelists will introduce the various aspects of transitioning to solar power, which will be followed by 30 minutes of Q&A from the audience.
New Hampshire’s minimum wage has not kept up with the cost of living for more than 30 years, and is currently stalled at $7.25 an hour – or less than $300 a week for full-time workers. It’s time for New Hampshire to address the plight of 76,000 Granite State workers and raise the minimum wage. The NH House of Representatives already passed HB 1403; it’s important that Senators hear from you about public support for the bill. Here are two important opportunities to speak directly to Senators:
This event is being coordinated by the Raise the Wage New Hampshire Coalition. RSVP to Caitlin at (603) 225-2471 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Errol Morris, the documentary director who just came out with “The Unknown Known,” a documentary about and featuring Donald Rumsfeld, Secretary of Defense during the invasion and destruction of Iraq, took time out to promote getting out the vote with a documentary entitled, “11 Excellent Reasons Not to Vote?” Released in October of 2012, it […]
Then vote the blood suckers out of Congress. You know who they are. They’re the austerity mavens, the “hard choices” (hard cheese) clan, the power lusters and “no free lunchers.”
Speaking on the topic, “Imperiling New Hampshire’s Future: 25 years of Public Disinvestment”
New Hampshire is one of 32 states that allow the death penalty. The NH State Legislature is currently considering a bill, HB1170 FN, which would repeal the death penalty. Supporters of the repeal, including some of the state’s key religious leaders, have raised concerns about the morality and fairness of the death penalty, as well as its cost and ineffectiveness as a deterrent. Opponents of the repeal say that the state has considered the death penalty very rarely, and only for a small number of very serious crimes.
Rev. Walter Everett, retired pastor of the United Methodist Church in Hartford, Conn., an ardent advocate of the anti-death penalty movement who serves on the boards of Murder Victims’ Families for Human Rights and the Pennsylvania Abolitionists United Against the Death Penalty.
Rev. Marcel I. Martel, associate pastor of Saint Michael Parish in Exeter and Saint Mary Parish, Newmarket. Rev. Daniel Ferry, a retired Episcopal priest and a member of the NH Coalition to Repeal the Death Penalty.