CNHT Helps Ukrainian Group Learn About Government Transparency

Enter this one into CNHT’s Hall of Fame… Tim Horgan, the Associate Director of the World Affairs Council of New Hampshire, had this to say about a group of Ukranians who visited our Concord offices in December of 2015 looking for advice on how to uncover...

On the Passing of Senator Lovejoy

by Ed Naile Rochester, NH’s George Lovejoy has passed and NH is going to miss a man who stood up against the tax and spend crowd in our state for three decades. He left behind an energized base of activists who have benefited from his calm, thoughtful way of dealing...

Ed Naile on Stretch Kennedy

by Ed Naile You could say that Stretch was very comfortable in his own skin. His did not care a bit what people thought of him because he was always intent on doing the right thing, told you what he thought, and didn’t take much personally. In the world of politics...

Richard “Stretch” Kennedy

These past two years have been tough… First we lost Howard Dilworth, then Bob Kingsbury, and now good friend of CNHT Richard ‘Stretch’ Kennedy who passed away today. A strong supporter of low taxes and gun rights, Stretch was ever the colorful...

Tribute to Bob Kingsbury

Retired Lieutenant Colonel Robert P. Kingsbury, of Laconia, was laid to rest with military honors in the New Hampshire Veteran’s Cemetery, in Boscawen, on Sept. 10, 2013. Remembering Retired Lt. Colonel Robert Kingsbury Friday, September 27, 2013 By REP. JEANINE...

Eulogy for Bob Kingsbury

To The Editor: September 19th, 2013 As a long time member of the John Bircher Society, at the passing into eternity of my fellow Bircher; Lt. Col. Bob Kingsbury, I am not only sad for his family in their loss of a father, but also for the loss of a great patriot who...