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Editorial: Jim Adams The GOP choice in Council Dist. 4

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Jim Adams is the right Republican choice for Executive Council in District 4.

NH's immigrants: Welcome the ones from Mass.

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No, Massachusetts transplants are not turning New Hampshire blue.

Pope’s call-out Where’s the Muslim outrage?

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The ISIS thugs are attempting to return the Mideast to a previous century where their heroes put to the sword anyone who failed to denounce their own religious beliefs in favor of allegiance to Mohammed.

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Free state garden: Weeding is always good

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Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner, co-authors of the Freakonomics books, have an entertaining chapter in their latest best-seller about “teaching your garden to weed itself.”

Armed to the teeth, national media discover Bearcats

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The civil unrest in a St. Louis suburb last week attracted national attention. Some in the national media have apparently discovered what Granite Staters have known and have been concerned about for quite awhile: Local police are stocking up on military combat vehicles.

Portsmouth saga: Was this 'Officer Too-Friendly?'

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Portsmouth's Police Commission made the right decision last week to reject a proposed settlement that would have made the city's police and fire departments approximately $800,000 beneficiaries of an old woman's disputed multi-million dollar estate.

August recess: Whither our NH representatives?

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The congressional August recess used to be a time for members of Congress to tour their districts and meet with constituents. Like elementary school kids, members couldn't wait for recess.

Market Basket fallout: Most innocent bystanders

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In recent days, some on the political left have celebrated the fact that, due to a change in state law, part-time workers like many of the thousands losing jobs at Market Basket are eligible for unemployment benefits. Most, if not all, of Market Basket's mentally handicapped employees probably fall into this category. We ask our friends on the left, what is better for these individuals: being eligible for unemployment benefits as part-time workers, or having their jobs back?

Pick Walt: Let's have Havenstein

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Walt Havenstein is the GOP's best bet for governor.

Reason for change: NH budget is in a shambles

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If anyone doubts the need for a change in New Hampshire's governor, Charles Arlinghaus' column on Wednesday should be compelling reading.

Democratic primary: Will wonders never cease?

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A rare event for New Hampshire is taking place over the next month: a contested Democratic Party primary.

Robin Williams: A special light goes out

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Robin Williams was a brilliant entertainer. That is no easy trick in any age, but especially in one like ours that has so many venues, so much noise, so many people clamoring for our attention.

Gary Long was special: City and NH have lost rare man

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When someone dies who has been in the public eye, it might be said that he or she was a nice person or a strong leader or a great family person. Rarely is it all three of those things. Rarer still is it completely true.

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