Manch Talk delves into all things Manch and Goffstown this week. Crime on the streets. Crime on the waters. You get what you tolerate.
Tammy talks about the SNHU Arena’s finances, some upcoming events, including an important meeting regarding water rights for citizens of Goffstown at St. Anslem on August 22.
This week we do a deep dive on the proposed amendments to city ordinances to help deal with the homeless problem. We delve into the role of technology as a tool of possible enslavement or enlightenment. Finally, a quick shout out to RTKNH’s Laurie Ortolano for getting attorney’s fees assigned in her Nashua Right-to-Know case!
We deep dive into Joyce Craig’s remarkably bad WMUR interview (see for yourself) and discuss who else is running for seats this November. Carla tries to parse out the cognitive dissonance in progressives’ thinking… What is self-ownership?
Sununu declared he’s out… Who is in the race for NH governor then? Frank Edelblut? Chuck Morse and Kelly Ayotte? Joyce Craig destroyed Manchester, so she’s not a serious contender. Tune in to find out what we think…
This week, Tammy and Carla delve into the latest on the AG’s Laurie’s List, what’s up with the air quality, food freedom, and more!
Carla gives Tammy a quick history lesson on South Africa’s apartheid era vernacular in response to criticism of the word “junkie” to describe a person who died from an overdose only to be revived. Is vagrant better? You cannot fix problems if you cannot call things by their proper names. Corrupting language is a tool of tyrants.
Tune in to hear about the free rides you can get to go hike. The “Dpt of Housing Stability” gets put on hold, yay. And more local NH news.
This week, we delve into the firing of both Tucker Carlson and Don Lemon, and what it means for the news landscape. (Hint: Not good.) We also talk about the upcoming Manchester mayoral race, plant sales, homelessness, and more!