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Well, I just reread my comment and realized it's pretty much what John_V_Kjellman wrote, albeit in slightly different words. ...(full comment)

Editorial: Kansas has a few lessons for New Hampshire

Another danger of straight ticket voting is that you might unknowingly vote for a candidate whose views are diametrically opposed to your own. The term "RINO" has, of course, been bandied about for years, but there are also "DINO's" - folks running as Dems but holding far-right views. It behooves us all, no matter where we are on the political spectrum, to learn everything we can about all the candidates, and to refrain from voting for someone we know nothing about simply because they are running under a particular banner. ...(full comment)

Editorial: Kansas has a few lessons for New Hampshire

This comment was supposed to be for the comments regarding the facebook comments regarding the Brown-Shaheen debate, which Shaheen won hands down. ...(full comment)

Editorial: Council should join campaign finance fight

Are you related to THE John Corrigan from Coos County? Love that man. ...(full comment)

‘Monitor’ makes changes to online commenting policy

I never thought of this before, but I wonder what it's like being a Fake American. Does it require a mask? A costume? ...(full comment)

‘Monitor’ makes changes to online commenting policy

Not that it matters, really. But just wanted to correct a factual error in the poster timeline. ...(full comment)

‘Monitor’ makes changes to online commenting policy

Mr. Larry, Beancounter precedes you by quite a long time. It is you who is the relative newcomer. Just wanted to set the record straight. ...(full comment)

‘Monitor’ makes changes to online commenting policy

Actually, public employees are quite vulnerable. I was one for about a decade. I was not allowed to have an unlisted number, my salary was printed on the front page of the Union Leader (I didn't mind) and we had to be very circumspect in every area of our lives. ...(full comment)

‘Monitor’ makes changes to online commenting policy

Mr. Republic, This is a serious question because I cannot tell, but you *are* joking with your allowable/not allowable list, right? I hope so. I'd hate to think you live in a lopsided world. And, to repeat, this is a serious question. ...(full comment)

‘Monitor’ makes changes to online commenting policy

Hi Bruce_Currie. Is there a list of the 12,464 papers, or abstracts of papers that Cook reviewed in his study, and where would this be found? I cannot seem to locate it. Thank you. ...(full comment)

My Turn: Look north, look east to see cost of climate change

Really? Your post is self-serving twaddle. Those of us who put our names behind our posts--I include Walter and GCarson, and more recently JDodson--did so with the sincere belief that our posts had some factual basis to them. I strongly disagreed with JDodson on his facts, but he was always able to keep the discussion civil. That was almost never the case with you or Sailmaker/BPR. Both of you invariably responded to criticism of your facts or logic with attacks on the poster. Claims to the contrary are contradicted by your posting history, which most on here--including rabbit and GWTW if they're being honest, will affirm. ...(full comment)

‘Monitor’ makes changes to online commenting policy

Bruce you may have forgotten on, a certain. LF. Unless she runs with a really rough crowd . ...(full comment)

‘Monitor’ makes changes to online commenting policy

Bruce, Can you see those endless marathon banters about Climate Change being repeated on "FaceSpace"? I'm not saying anyone but the participants will care, same as it was in this forum, but I'm still curious. ...(full comment)

‘Monitor’ makes changes to online commenting policy