We discuss the COVID-shutdown, and welcome Will Infantine to fill us in about the most recent developments regarding the illegally formed Manchester Charter Commission.
Keeping our distance but still sharing the lurv! Join Tammy and Carla, side-by-side from remote locations as we discuss the state of New Hampshire’s response to the COVID situation, some recommendations about what you can do with your time, and more. Looking for ways to improve your life during these trying times? Here are my 10 Steps YOU can take to IMPROVE your life. (I did them, and so can YOU!)
Freedom comes from the inside! Join us this week as we discuss self-actualization and self-determination, property rights, dog parks, and, of course, the gorgeous Spring weather!
This week, we discuss the two firetruck’s that crashed that is going to cost the City millions, the difference in how us regular folks are treated by the government as compared to how they treat themselves (e.g. do as I say, not as I do), and more!
We discuss yesterday’s Iowa Caucus and how this disaster should act as a reminder not to let important decisions in the hands of government officials.
Special guest Lyn Ulbricht joins us on Manch Talk this week to discuss her son, a non-violent first-time offender, Ross Ulbricht’s draconian double life sentence (plus 40 years) for building a website. You can sign the petition for commutation (time served) and learn more at www.FreeRoss.org. Please join the fight for Ross’s freedom!
Want to get involved? Come to the Free Ross Rally on February 10th at 4pm at SNHU Arena in downtown Manchester. Find more details and RSVP HERE. Thank YOU for helping!
This week we discuss fresh approaches to education funding like allowing the money to follow the child, thereby empowering parents to pick the best education solution for their kids while also driving down costs for taxpayers. Win-win! After all, why should taxpayers be forced to continue to fund things that fail to deliver anything close to what is promised?