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Letter: Why the wall exists

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

I agree with Robert Azzi when he says that in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, there are competing narratives (Sunday Monitor Forum, July 27). I also support the creation of a Palestinian state and am critical of the Israeli government’s actions that impede such a creation. And while I take issue with several of his assertions, I will address just one. Azzi asks me specifically what I call a land divided by … 0

Letter: Help us help the homeless

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

I hope everyone is enjoying this warm weather and has been able to get some extra time off to spend with family and loved ones. The Salvation Army/McKenna House has been very busy! We have had an increase in residents who are experiencing homelessness for the first time in need of our services. We serviced 54 people for the month of June and … 0

Letter: Three for District 16

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

I am writing this letter on behalf of J.R. Hoell, John Martin and Bill Kuch, who are running for the House in District 16. I believe that all three are very capable of doing their best to lower taxes, fight big government expansion and other problems we face every day. Please be sure to vote Sept. 9. Your vote is very important for … 0

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My Turn: It’s time to take a hard look at climate hyperbole

My Turn: We rarely endorse in primaries, but Feltes is a rare candidate

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

The New Hampshire Young Democrats is an organization of young people (ranging from high school age to 35) that works to engage young people in political action and advance progressive values. Our goal is to empower a new generation of New Hampshire leaders who will guide our state … 3

Editorial: The missing elements of excellence

Monday, July 28, 2014

It should be shocking that a tradition based on sexual conquest could exist at an elite private high school. But it’s not. The ugly situation at St. Paul’s School that was further detailed in court documents last week has served as a reminder that social growth always lags … 2

Letter: A series of missteps

Monday, July 28, 2014

Market Basket’s implosion? Implosion is when an organization is destroyed by things that are happening within it. Case in point is the naming of co-CEO Jim Gooch at Market Basket, who was the former CEO at Radio Shack for 16 months. During his tenure there, share prices declined … 0

Letter: Greed is not good

Monday, July 28, 2014

Regarding Market Basket turmoil: This is not a typical labor/management dispute. This is a family feud. Co-CEO’s and board of directors: WAKE UP! STOP THE GREED! I’m 77 years old and have been shopping at Market Basket for decades. I don’t like boycotts, but I am supporting this … 1

Letter: Board ignored voters

Monday, July 28, 2014

At the March school district meeting, Chichester voted down what was seen as excessive raises. Voted down was a contract that would have paid an almost 20 percent salary increase to staff over three years, costing the taxpayers an additional $300,000. This was a loud and clear message … 0

Letter: Hard work paid off

Monday, July 28, 2014

I would like to express my sincere appreciation, as both a downtown merchant and festival attendee, for the countless hours of planning by InTown Concord’s staff, board of directors and to the many volunteers needed to orchestrate InTown Concord’s 40th annual Market Days Festival. I know you all … 0

Letter: Cormier a strong conservative voice for District 16

Monday, July 28, 2014

It has come to my attention that we have a new face on the horizon running in Senate District 16. Former state representative Jane Cormier is running against Sen. David Boutin, and I for one am supporting her candidacy for the state Senate. Cormier has a strong conservative … 0

Letter: A call for compassion

Monday, July 28, 2014

How can we turn our backs on children fleeing from unlivable conditions in their home countries? How can anyone speak of family values and reject a child in need? Does it matter whose child it is? The worst nightmare for a parent is that any harm comes to … 1

Letter: Guinta’s money problems

Monday, July 28, 2014

Frank Guinta is running for Congress again. He ran in 2010 and left his campaign with a debt of $335,000. After the 2012 election he still had a debt of $315,000, even though his campaign took in more than $1.8 million. Now in 2014, Guinta’s debt is still … 0

Editorial: Law adds to the burden on third parties

Monday, July 28, 2014

The United States has a rich history of third parties. In 1856, Millard Fillmore made a strong run for president on the Whig-American ticket. Fifty-six years later, Theodore Roosevelt captured 27 percent of the popular vote as the Progressive Party’s candidate. Ross Perot made his mark in 1992 … 6