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Merrimack ban was well earned

Gun rights advocates should be outraged. The Merrimack Town Council last week vot­ed to ban target shooting on town-owned land, an activ­ity that had previously been prohibited in only one town forest. The ire of Second Amend­ment enthusiasts should not, however, be directed at town officials, but at those gun … Full story    

Published: May 5, 2016
Telegraph Editorial

Merrimack ban was well earned

Gun rights advocates should be outraged. The Merrimack Town Council last week vot­ed to ban target shooting on town-owned land, an activ­ity that had previously … Full story    
Telegraph Editorial

Pushup project just one step for health

Perhaps nothing is more closely associated with military basic training than the simple pushup. According to the website military.com, the U.S. Army's basic training physical … Full story    
Updated yesterday
Telegraph Editorial

Performing arts study is realistic

It seems clear enough that the arts have a vital role to play in downtown Nashua. They may even go a long way toward helping … Full story    
Updated yesterday
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Ruling OKs NFL kangaroo court

In his bizarre quest to destroy the reputation of the NFL's premier quarterback, Commissioner Roger Goodell has drawn up some pretty nasty plays. He transformed … Full story    
Updated 2 days ago
Telegraph Editorial

Playing hooky in the Granite State

Most of New Hampshire's 400 state representatives and 24 senators are conscientious. For the paltry sum of $100 a year, they show up when they're … Full story    
Published:  May 1, 2016

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Beer distributors deliver choice

Head to your local beer store and you’ll be overwhelmed with incredible selection – brands from around the world and across the country, plus dozens … Full story    

Employer tax relief is working

If a candidate for governor proposed a jobs program that would put more than 7,500 New Hampshire residents to work in just three months, cut … Full story    
Updated yesterday

NH should hop on rail expansion

If you were a business owner considering making a critical investment in your business that could deliver tremendous returns, would you do your due diligence … Full story    
Updated 2 days ago

Money is there, but so is a waiting list

When deciding to run for New Hampshire state Senate, I outlined what I wanted to accomplish. My goals were pretty straightforward: to protect individual freedoms … Full story    
Updated 2 days ago

Put NH back on (the) track

Sixty years ago, America embarked upon the "greatest public works project in the history of the world." The Interstate Highway System did not simply move … Full story    
Published:  May 1, 2016