Archive for January, 2006
January 10, 2006
by Eugene Reed
This is a response to Gary Roberge, the CEO of Avitar, the property-assessing company:
Government spending does create the need for taxes. However, unfair, inaccurate, unfounded opinions and flawed software are only some of the assessing abnormalities in New Hampshire that exist to the detriment of taxpayers. Paying our fair share (and [...]
January 1, 2006
The man who derailed the 2004 Senate campaign of former state Sen. Burt Cohen, D-New Castle, pleaded guilty to a federal charge of filing false campaign reports.
Jesse Burchfield, 32, disappeared shortly after the Federal Election Commission began asking about discrepancies in Cohen’s campaign finance reports. At one point, there was approximately $200,000 [...]