The New Hampshire Gazette
 Volume 262, No. 19, June 8, 2018

June 8, 2018 — To download this issue of our paper, just click on the image at right. It has been yet another fortnight in which we have thanked our lucky stars that we are no more responsible than any other semi-disenfranchised citizen for the disgusting shenanigans on which we must report. As The Nation’s Oldest Newspaper™ we witnessed the American Revolution—literally. Since then we’ve gone from having educated and articulate leaders, some of whom could quote latin, to a country run by a mob of grifters in thrall to a semi-literate gibberish-spouter. It’s an ugly story, but we write it anyway. By way of …

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The New Hampshire Gazette
 Volume 262, No. 18, May 25, 2018

May 25, 2018 — To download this issue of our paper, just click on the image at right. The inverted State of America “First thing every morning the President of the United States of America and Leader of the Free World, by custom if not in fact, wakens alone, brushes the grease-stained McDonald’s wrappers off his bed, and reaches for his easily-hacked, unsecured iPhone. Paying no attention to the billows of smoke which surround him, he proclaims to his alleged 52 million followers, in garbled, ungrammatical, randomly-capitalized lumps of text only vaguely reminiscent of English, that there is no fire.” It’s all downhill from there. …

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The New Hampshire Gazette
 Volume 262, No. 17, May 11, 2018

May 11, 2018 — To download this issue of our paper, just click on the image at right. What is it that’s so jarring about this Administration? We’re just not used to seeing behavior in the Oval Office that’s more appropriate to the carnival midway. We take a not-particularly-sympathetic look at the myriad troubles of the Geek-in-Chief. In the Alleged News,™ we consider a new tenant in Po’Town’s trendy West End— a franchise, of all things, peddling Koch. Also, a roundup of the latest Robinson helicopter catastrophes.

The New Hampshire Gazette
 Volume 262, No. 16, April 27, 2018

April 27, 2018 — To download this issue of our paper, just click on the image at right. In this era of Instagram and flash trading, life can become terribly confusing. Our leisurely pace of publication allows us to catch things others might miss. For example, in this issue, we are able to trace the connections between: a girl who was born in Concord, New Hampshire whose state funeral in Moscow featured Nikita Khrushchev standing in the honor guard; a man who was shot in the middle of Fifth Avenue 75 years ago in January; and the Oaf-in-Chief. In this issue we also remind readers …

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The New Hampshire Gazette
 Volume 262, No. 15, April 13, 2018

April 13, 2018 — To download this issue of our paper, just click on the image at right. An old adage says that every dark cloud has a silver lining. That adage is now being put to what engineers call “testing to failure.” Being incurable optimists, we believe that that expression holds true, even when the cloud is Republican control of the U.S. Government under Dolt #45. Now, finally, all sentient beings can see what that Party’s agenda has been all along. That may not constitute a majority at the next election, but … . What’s more, there’s good news on the War in Afghanistan. …

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The New Hampshire Gazette
 Volume 262, No. 14, March 30, 2018

March 30, 2018 — To download this issue of our paper, just click on the image at right. The U.S. has had National Security Advisors for 65 years. Considering who some of them were, we’re lucky we’re still here. Now, with the single, simple-minded act of making John Bolton National Security Advisor, President Trump has swept the Oxymoronic Olympics: we are more secure only in the knowledge that more wars are on their way. Toys Were Us, but they are no longer. What went around came around. The company swallowed thousands of small independent toy stores, then Wal-Mart ate its lunch. Along came private equity; …

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