Telling a journalist something is a secret is nothing more than the issuing of a challenge. It’s in our DNA to want to know some bit of information when someone closes the door in our faces.
You can tell a lot about a news source when you see how the same event is reported by different media outlets.
That strikes me as the essence of our country these days: Lots of us – 330 million – with different points of view, yelling into the wind at each other. We all think we’re right.
The Granite State has the second-oldest population of all the states in the nation. In another 11 years, one out of every five people in the United States will be over 65.
That’s what makes this podcast so special. Jason Moon knows how to tell a story, a complicated story at that.
It’s not up to me to question your choice in Christmas gifts, but do you really need something that will be listening to you, perhaps when you don’t want it to?
“We see here, Bob, that you spent 6.8 minutes in the bathroom on Oct. 8. Your neighbor across the way spent an average of 4.5 minutes.”
This is not the kind of column where I tell you why you should love the press, to trust in the press, and believe US, not THEM.
What I discovered from attending all three meetings is that we are in somewhat of a crisis here in New Hampshire. One person aptly called it “a crisis of isolation, or desperation,” and I think that is accurate.
In smaller print were the words, “Discover what makes him so special. Give him a DNA kit this Father’s Day.”