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Don’t Forget

Saturday, October 30, 2010 — Oh, dear. Could we be putting our reputation for impartiality in jeopardy by passing this along?

Leftist Marching Band Plays for Pirates, Zombies, &c.

Sunday, October 17, 2010 — Our Newsreel Division captured this footage yesterday in Market Square. The Leftist Marching Band, aka the usual suspects, were performing in support of Portsmouth’s 16th Annual Halloween Parade.

It’s All in the Presentation

Monday, October 11, 2010 — Having just published the first paper of our 255th year, it should come as no surprise that we’re less adept with some of the more modern methods of presenting information than some of our friends. Our friends at the Monday Morning Show, for example. They’ve figured out how to present […]

War Is The Obscenity

Tuesday, October 5, 2010 — It took a couple of days for this news item to reach us. We thank Will Thomas, New Hampshire’s Acting Coordinator for Veterans for Peace, for alerting us to it. The story, lifted by us from the Common Dreams newswire, follows the video. Much of the video and text revolves […]

Ah, the Pipes …

Saturday, September 11, 2010 — We’re not much on the ritual issuance of boilerplate reaffirmations of official doctrine, but we are irresistably drawn towards the skirling of the pipes. So this seems as good a day as any, and a better day than most, to publish this bit of video. On Friday, August 27th we […]

New on This Site: Bridge News

Friday, July 16, 2010 — Today’s Gazette — the physical, newsprint-based lifeform, not this silicon-dependent appendage — includes a note directing people here for news about the Memorial and Sarah Mildred Long bridges, explaining that the topic has become so volatile we can’t do it justice in print. For example, the Maine – New Hampshire […]

An Eye on the River

Monday, June 28, 2010 — Thanks to our favorite webcam, over at PortsmouthNH.com, we got a glimpse of this ship coming in at about 2:45 p.m. We’ve got a deadline looming and the weather looks a little dicey, so we may not post again before the next paper goes out.

Buzzard’s End

Friday, June 25, 2010 — On June 25th in 1218, the notoriously cruel Crusader Simon “The Buzzard” de Montfort, 5th Earl of Leicester, died at Toulouse when his head was crushed by a stone catapulted in his general direction by women and girls of the town. While the Seige of Toulouse cost “The Buzzard,” his […]

WMUR Promotes Confusion

Monday, May 31, 2010 — We came across this Memorial Day story while listening to Talk of the Nation on New Hampshire Public Radio. NPR is, of course, the radio network of choice for commies and peace creeps, while WMUR is the local radio and TV station of choice for patriotic citizens. Inexplicably, however, WMUR’s […]

Whither the Republic?

Friday, May 28, 2010 — Nice to see Joe Costello getting to ask the alarming if obvious question, “Are We Going to Way of the Roman Republic?” in a space as prestigious as the Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt Institute‘s NewDeal2.0. By the time this get to that stage, of course the answer is obvious. Our […]