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Wheeler in Dist. 5 A GOP fighter for the little guy

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David Wheeler for Executive Council in the District 5 Republican primary.

Concealed controversy: Our 'Mother, may I' gun policy

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Why does New Hampshire continue letting the state deny citizens the right to carry concealed?

Obama's indecision: In NH, only Ayotte urges action

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Why is Ayotte the one New Hampshire member of Congress publicly pressuring Obama to attack IS?

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Innis in the 1st: A strong choice for Congress

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Dan Innis for Congress in the 1st District.

Obama waits: A terror threat grows

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Obama needs to show some leadership on the Islamic State.

For U.S. Senate, Scott Brown best NH candidate come November

SCOTT BROWN

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Every New Hampshire voter knows how crucial is this November's U.S. Senate election.

Strength in faith: Gaining it from Jim Foley's family

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The quiet moral strength of the family of executed Rochester journalist James Foley stood in sharp contrast to the pure evil of those who took his life in the Syrian desert last week.

Race and policing: America has a problem

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Ferguson, the police, and America's racial divide.

Playing chicken: Treating voters like idiots

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Chickens in chicken suits.

Perry’s indictment: An abuse of the legal system

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Rick Perry's undeserved indictment.

Mooney in Senate 11: A hard-working conservative

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Maureen Mooney for the Republican nomination for Senate in District 11.

James Foley; Truth teller

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James Foley and the threat we face.

Two leaders for Senate; Foley in 19, Kenda in 24

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Steve Kenda and Jim Foley are good choices in the Republican state Senate primaries in Districts 24 and 19.

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