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Progress Comes to a Progressive Town in New Hampshire

Sunday, July 2nd, 2017

Progress Comes to a Progressive Town in New Hampshire
by Ed Naile
Henniker, “The Only Henniker On Earth,” a liberal enclave funded by a small college and existing for the benefit of a few wealthy, connected locals. The small town just went through an agonizing experience.
In the face of overwhelming vocal opposition from liberal transplants a [...]

What Happens When a Selectwoman Challenges the Town of Piermont? – Part 6

Thursday, June 1st, 2017

Piermont’s Not-So-Competitive Bidding Process
Introduction from Part 1:
If you still don’t understand that your own NH town is a good place to start draining the swamp, please read on…
Piermont is a small town in Grafton County, New Hampshire. When we say small, we mean it — the population of Piermont was a mere 790 at the [...]

CNHT Meets with Africans, Venezuelans

Thursday, May 25th, 2017

On Tuesday May 23 fro 3-4:00 PM, Chairman Ed Naile met at our Concord office with six representatives from various organizations in Venezuela about transparency in NH municipal government.
From 4-5:00 PM he met with six representatives from various countries in Africa.

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The visitors from Africa were from non-profits, media and one was [...]

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