We discuss the current proposal to privatize 5+ unit dwelling’s trash collection in Manchester, the upcoming Liberty Forum (March 15 & 16), the hockey match between NHGOP and the LP–it’s currently a draw 1:1 so the stakes are high, and all proceeds go to the Children’s Scholarship Fund, so, really, everyone wins!
The Free State of New Hampshire, despite national Democrats attempts to marginalize, is still in business for the First in the Nation Primary next week. With Vivek dropping out and Nikki destroying an entire forest in paid-for junk mailers, and of course, Trump and DeSantis, no one seems to know what is about to happen. Join Tammy and Carla for their takes on what’s coming up on Tuesday!
Defend the Guard passes the NH House! NH Senator Jeanne Shaheen botches history after tweeting that Ben Franklin said, “A democracy, if you can keep it”. Join us for a rip-roaring episode replete with free speech about boobies. (And there still is no such thing as a free lunch.)
Happy holidays! This week, we get a tad “WOO!” when wondering what happens when people start wishing for the worst? As Ma said growing up: Be careful what you wish for!
If you want to help people in need in Manchester directly, watch this episode, and get involved! Private charity FTW! We need trees, donations, gifts, etc. Please and thank you!
We chat about the DNC’s weird and wonderful strategy of refusing to acknowledge NH’s First in the Nation status, resulting in Biden not even appearing on the primary ballot here. And other things.
We discuss recent developments regarding Defend the Guard (HB 229), which came out of committee with 10:10 tie, and now on to a floor fight. We cover progress on Right-to-Know and open government issues, and laud Laurie Ortolano for her work on the issue. If you want to attend the upcoming Nackey Loeb First Amendment Award, where Laurie will be honored, get your annual fundraiser tix HERE. We also talk about the looming World War 3, war criminals, and government (but I repeat myself).
Tammy does a deep dive into the history of the decision to stop trash services to 1,500 buildings in Manchester. In today’s Union Leader, “City aldermen postpone plan to end trash pickup at multi-family properties.”
This week on Manch Talk, we dive into the City’s dumpsters to figure out who is going to be taking out the trash!