This just in: Dewey didn’t defeat Truman after all.

This, however, will not stop the news media (ourselves included) from spending way too much time reporting on and dissecting political poll results.

Sunday, November 20, 2022

The death of an active citizen of one’s community can sometimes leave members of that community at a loss for words or falling back on standard expressions about how the person was a pillar of the community whose presence will be sorely missed.

Friday, November 18, 2022
Wednesday, November 16, 2022

Its polling was off, but the Institute of Politics at St. Anselm College called it exactly right in declining to host or to participate in a post-election panel that would have included the disgraced Rudy Giuliani.

Sunday, November 13, 2022

It is no doubt well intended, but a landlord’s idea to have Manchester house homeless people in “pods” placed in out-of-the-way locations around the city strikes us as unworkable and potentially dangerous.

After a big turnout last Tuesday, the Town of Derry wants to go back to using Pinkerton Academy for its elections. We have a couple of questions. Will there be enough kitty litter available? How about parking for all those out-of-state buses?

Many political experts predicted a “big red wave” in last Tuesday’s elections, not only in New Hampshire but across the country. It didn’t happen, in part because the big red wave ran into a small orange man.

Friday, November 11, 2022

Whereas it has long been our custom to commemorate November 11, the anniversary of the ending of World War I, by paying tribute to the heroes of that tragic struggle and by rededicating ourselves to the cause of peace; and

The election is over and we are looking forward to several months of peace before the campaigning begins again for the New Hampshire primary. The Republican version is just a little more than a year from now. The Democrats are still deciding.