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Letters

Investigate situation

As your article stated, Hunter Biden accepted a position on the board of Burisma Holdings in the Ukraine when his father was vice president of the United States and was paid the handsome sum of $50,000 a month, not $50,000 a year as was stated in your column. Burisma Holdings was being ...

A tale of two Dons

A whistleblower accused Donald Trump of soliciting help from Ukraine with the 2020 U.S. election. In exchange, Trump would release $391 million in military aid he had blocked. The aid was so Ukraine could keep fighting OUR enemies. I watched some of the House Intelligence Committee hearings. ...

Protection at the local level

Mindsets are evolving to understand our place in nature as embraced by the indigenous people of the land we occupy. The catastrophic consequences of nature existing as “property” under the law have propelled communities around the world to take action to assert the rights of the natural ...

Enough!

I know many of you shared my horror when we viewed the video of a young girl being assaulted at my neighborhood school, Fairgrounds. Nashua Telegraph, it wasn’t a “clash”, it was a mugging. I became even more horrified when I read The Telegraph article (Nashua Officials Investigating ...

Questions someone should ask

Of Sen. Bernie Sanders: How many luxury properties can a socialist own and still be a socialist? Of Sen. Elizabeth Warren: Why did you lie about your heritage? And, have you reimbursed those who gave you things because they believed your lie? Of all members of Congress that are pushing ...

It’s tearing our nation apart

Politicians and the media have divided our nation, states, cities, towns and, sadly, even some of our families. For many of us, including some Democrat and Independent voters, it is currently alarming that so many Democrat politicians are now pro socialism, open borders, gun confiscation. ...

‘Fake news’

As Ronald Reagan said, “There you go again.” The Telegraph, like so many stooges of the New York Times and the radical left, jumped to conclusions without presenting facts to back them up. In fact, they – like the rest of the “blame-stream media” – used their own concocted ...

Remember who you work for

Last week, I attended the morning session of our state Legislature for the first time in my more than 20 years of living in New Hampshire. I was joined in the gallery by two other first-time attendees. We wanted to see how things work in Concord, as what happens there affects the lives of ...

Support HB 763

New Hampshire had at least six climate strikes last Friday. Hundreds of people attended, ranging from school children to people in their 90s. It is clear that New Hampshire wants to move away from fossil fuels. Here is one BIPARTISAN way to do that: Support the Energy Innovation and Carbon ...

Trump has explaining to do

I think Donald Trump should release his federal tax returns. And, why did he declare business bankruptcy four times? I think Donald Trump should explain his NDA’s with porn star Stormy Daniels and Playboy bunny Karen McDougal. I think Donald Trump should explain why members of his ...

Something I wish for

I’m just sending this on a postcard to President Trump, along with (taped on) part of a New York Times article about his attack-mode for California, working to lower auto emissions. Why not lower auto emissions? Some of us are families with offspring going into the future, and we’d like ...

Mitch McConnell’s abdication

I am very angry that the so-called leader of the U.S. Senate, Mitch McConnell, stands before the Senate and informs them he is waiting for the president to tell him what to do concerning gun control. McConnell announced this past week, as reported by the Associated Press on Sept. 17, “I ...

Show me the money

During all the Democratic debates, no one talked about the national debt. It is currently at $22 billion. Interest paid on this debt annually is becoming a major line item in our annual cost. No one seems to care. All the candidates talk about is who can give more free stuff to more ...

An open letter to the president and his fellow Democratic candidates

“... Let me now take a more comprehensive view, and warn you in the most solemn manner against the baneful effects of the Spirit of Party. ...” – Farewell Address of our first president, George Washington, the “Father of Our Nation” Sept. 19, 1796 “A house divided against itself ...

Thank you, Sens. Shaheen, Hassan

For being such an advanced country, we have a lot of progress to make when it comes to water quality. There are counties and towns across the country that have toxic drinking water, and New Hampshire is a state that knows that all too well. Both U.S. Sens. Jeanne Shaheen and Maggie Hassan have ...

A new low

America has stooped to an new low. Everyone seems to want to condemn everything and everyone. No one is immune. We seem to want to find fault with everyone. What a destructive society we have become. We’ve become a vindictive, vengeful people always looking to find fault in others. That ...

O’Rourke is a bold leader for the ‘20s

Our nation is facing profound challenges. Whether the issue is health care, immigration, climate change, foreign election interference or gun violence, the common thread is the demand for courageous leadership. We need bold, new leaders unafraid to confront these problems head on. At the ...

Bill needs fixing

As someone who has worked in the medical industry for more than 20 years, I understand the importance of stable and predictable billing. It’s not a new issue, but has finally gotten the attention of those in Congress. One such attempt to address this issue is a bill called the Lower Health ...

A ‘pig in a poke’

Will someone in the Democrat party in New Hampshire please do a little research into what single payer government run health systems have done to, not for, the citizens of those countries that have such a scheme in place. Start with the National Health Service in the UK which is the oldest ...

Proposed cat law is simply unfair

By a vote of 4-0 taken at their meeting on Sept. 9, the Nashua Alderman’s Personnel and Administrative Affairs Committee recommended that the full Board of Alderman adopt a leash law for cats as proposed by Alderwoman Patricia Klee and Mayor Jim Donchess. The law will require cat owners to ...