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The real collusion scandal of the 2016 campaign

Four years ago this week, the leftists at WikiLeaks tried to ruin the Democratic convention by posting a trove of emails exposing how the Democratic National Committee blatantly favored Hillary Clinton and tilted against Bernie Sanders. But even then, the media downplayed the juiciest tidbits ...

Trump is right

President Donald Trump has a point. People are being injured. The property damage runs into the millions. Things are out of control. Local governments are not able to handle this on their own. It demands a federal response. When sacred things are desecrated, it takes a toll on the national ...

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

Editor’s note: During the course of a week, issues are covered that might not lend themselves to full editorial comment, but they are worthy of The Sunday Telegraph weighing in – thumbs up, thumbs down or neutral. ––– Thumbs Up – To Gov. Chris Sununu on signing into law a bill ...

In the summertime when the weather is hot

The quirky 1970 Mungo Jerry classic, “In the Summertime” says it best: “We’re always happy, Life’s for livin’ yeah, that’s our philosophy…” That song puts us back into a simpler time when summer was indeed for living and having fun. Any one of us who hails from this era may ...

Weird science: Things people are doing during COVID

Cabin fever is running rampant. Claustrophobia, panic attacks and manic behavior abounds. And that’s just when I’m taking a shower. People are waving their feral freak flags as we continue to cope with COVID-19. I cope by wearing a mask when I’m out. That way I can mutter dirty things ...

Missing information

The Hudson Logistics Center Team (aka Hillwood) presentation to the Hudson Planning Board Meeting on July 22, 2020, was sorely lacking in clear responses to significant questions related to the development of the Green Meadow Golf Course as a major distribution center. The early part of the ...

Soros: Crusader for human rights

Do not believe the conspiracy theories currently circulating about George Soros, the internationally-know billionaire philanthropist. Phony claims include, undermining governments worldwide, plotting with and funding opposition groups to overthrew legitimate governments, and most recently, ...

John Lewis’ legacy

Since the George Floyd murder in May, the heinousness of which finally seems to have struck a major chord throughout the heart of White America, a prevailing question bandied about from our print media, many political speeches to the massed crowds of shouting demonstrators on our streets has ...

The irony of Trump’s new strategy

As he falls further behind Biden, Trump has come up with what his staff considers a winning strategy. Rather than responding to the nation’s Governors and Mayors for help with the Covid Pandemic. He is responding by attacking the Constitution’s first amendment’s clause: “Right of the ...

Single data points

Of polls, expert opinion, second order questions, and single data points. As we slide into the political season, you are going to see many polls, opinions, interviews and statistics. Let me warn you now. Polls Polls used to be taken to judge what people were thinking. Most today are ...

Coming together

Unfortunately, we are now, in late July, having this discussion on how school reopening will be structured with only a month or so before classes are set to start. This is because our elected leaders in Washington and Concord have dragged their heels and then completely abdicated their ...

Vote absentee!

It’s the law now! Every New Hampshire voter with concerns about Covid-19 can vote by absentee ballot for the upcoming elections, the Sept. 8 primary and the Nov. 3 general election. This is welcome news to those with health, age, or other factors who are more vulnerable to COVID-19. The ...

I am a CASA GAL

I am a CASA GAL. I am a volunteer who advocates for children in a case of abuse or neglect, where their future depends on what is in their best interest. I am one of over 500 residents of the state of New Hampshire who have undergone extensive training ( 40 hours +) to support the wishes ...

Do your job!

“Do your job!” These three words supposedly sum up the work ethos of Bill Belichick. On the eve of the 2016 presidential election, Belichick sent candidate Trump a letter that stated, “Your leadership is amazing. I have always had tremendous respect for you, but the toughness and ...

In defense of Liz Cheney

In this summer of Republican discontent, a handful of GOP House members have identified what's ailing the party: Liz Cheney. The two-term Wyoming congresswoman, chair of the House GOP Conference and daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney was called out at a conference meeting for ...

Appropriate money

Of all the irrational debates Americans should be having about the upcoming November elections, one reported last week takes the cake. Beyond any doubt, many voters will be leery of casting ballots at polling places. That has renewed the debate over absentee ballots cast by mail. Indeed, ...

Open schools this fall

President Donald Trump announced at the White House his unequivocal commitment to getting America's schools back open. "So what we want to do is we want to get our schools open," he said. "We want to get them open quickly, beautifully, in the fall." When the COVID-19 crisis was just ...