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Monday
Oct202014

Newsmax - Obama Linked to Global Warming Lie, New Report Reveals 

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Tom Luongo
Editor, Resolute Wealth Letter

Monday
Oct202014

Daily Signal - Government to Ordained Ministers: Celebrate Same-Sex Wedding or Go to Jail 

Sunday
Oct192014

Brown For US Senate - ICYMI: PORTSMOUTH HERALD: BROWN MEETS WITH HAMPTON MOM FACING 'SHOCK' OF ELECTRIC RATE HIKES 

 

 

 

 

 

The recent news that her Unitil electric bill will increase roughly 50 percent this December came as 'quite a shock,' according to Ruggiero, and it has led her to reevaluate her finances as she prepares for what experts are predicting to be a cold winter."



Portsmouth Herald
Kyle Stucker
October 18, 2014


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Making ends meet has led to some long days this year for local resident Kerri Ruggiero, which is why the single mother of one has taken on several additional jobs and duties to supplement her income from bartending at Hampton Beach.
 
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The recent news that her Unitil electric bill will increase roughly 50 percent this December came as "quite a shock," according to Ruggiero, and it has led her to reevaluate her finances as she prepares for what experts are predicting to be a cold winter.
 
"For some people, paying extra (money) in electricity, that’s food off your table," said Ruggiero, a Bittersweet Lane resident.
 
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Scott Brown met with Ruggiero at her home Friday morning to discuss her situation as part of a series of sit-down conversations Brown’s having in local voters’ homes ahead of the Nov. 4 midterm election. That election’s just a couple of weeks away. Because of that, Brown said it’s important for him to hear what voters have to say as he continues to investigate ways he, if elected, and other senators can combat increasing energy costs.



 

"To continue to put more and more roadblocks in front our energy producers (is wrong)," said Brown, who visited Ruggiero’s home Friday with his wife Gail.

Brown also spoke of his record Friday, heralding his "bipartisan approach" while attacking opponent and incumbent Sen. Jeanne Shaheen on her energy policies.

"Sen. Shaheen voted with (President Barack) Obama 99 percent of the time, and as a result of those initiatives, our energy costs are going up," he said.
Sunday
Oct192014

Watchdog - Oh My Gosh! Because of budget cuts we're not ready for Ebola  

Sunday
Oct192014

NHDP - Statement from Alejandro Urrutia On Racist Video

Manchester, NH--Today, Alejandro Urrutia, President of Latinos Unidos of New Hampshire and a leader among New Hampshire’s latino community, released the following statement responding to a deeply offensive and racist video from former GOP state representative and Scott Brown supporter Greg Salts.
 
“This video is offensive, racist and bigoted. It’s an insult to members of the Latino community here in New Hampshire and Hispanic Americans everywhere. There's no excuse for anyone to stay silent when it comes to this kind of rhetoric and Scott Brown should denounce it immediately.”


Supporters of Scott Brown's campaign have a history of making racist, sexist and misogynistic comments. Last weekend, Scott Brown sipped beers as his supporters shouted "F**k Jeanne Shaheen!" and other offensive language that the New Hampshire Democratic Party will not repeat here.  This summer, an individual Scott Brown touted in a press release as a supporter of his campaign sent a racist and misogynistic letter to the New Hampshire Democratic Party.