Now that Michael Davidow has finished his latest novel, he plans to start writing commentary again. Look for his column Radio Free New Hampshire to return to InDepthNH.org starting in the new year.
Leaders are meeting in New Washington to determine food schedules accordingly.
We know Brett Kavanaugh. We have all known dozens of him. I can’t bring myself to write about him, though. As an American, I am too busy feeling sick.
It’s okay for ice cream to come before dinner.
Dick Tuck died last month. He was a minor political operative who worked for various Democrats back in the sixties and seventies. His specialty was at getting under Dick Nixon’s skin.
First, be aware that an inmate at Guantanamo who had personally been tortured by the CIA kindly offered to give testimony to Congress about Ms. Haspel’s qualifications. He was rebuffed.
My kid likes my Mini because it’s as cute as your basic English bulldog and he counts them on the highway now with real enjoyment.
I’m usually pleased when the New York Times uses one of my ideas, but not when they mess it up like they did last week, writing about Governor John Kasich’s recent visit to our state. Ohio’s chief executive came here to drum up support for a possible run in 2020.
Radio Free New Hampshire: Senator Jeff Flake of Arizona, whose very name calls out for rough treatment at the hands of President Trump, made news recently for encouraging other Republicans to run against their dear leader in the 2020 election.
Because unlike Donald Trump’s brand, which is ersatz at best, the populism that made its mark in the Democratic party in 2016, in spite of its leaders’ attempts to denigrate it, was never about keeping the coal industry alive.