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Posted 04/17/2014 12:20:04 EDT
You realize that the "carpetbaggers from Ma." are overwhelmingly Republican, right? The majority of New Hampshire natives lean Democratic.
Posted 04/13/2014 08:56:11 EDT
As a New Hampshire native, I am not at all surprised by that quote. It reminds me of when Bill O'Brien, a former resident of Massachusetts and former law partner of Tom Finneran, was Speaker of the NH more »
Posted 03/20/2014 11:08:08 EDT
New Hampshire gave Massachusetts Daniel Webster, and they offer Scott Brown in return? That's a raw deal.
Posted 03/14/2014 05:37:18 EDT
Massachusetts, please stop dumping your failed Republican politicians on New Hampshire. Mitt Romney and Bill O'Brien were enough; the good people of New Hampshire don't want or need Scott Brown.
Posted 12/17/2013 10:32:35 EST
Too bad it wasn't built years ago before the suburbs along the Massachusetts border were full of tax-evading Republicans from Massachusetts. UNH did a study a few years back (after the 2008 election, more »
Posted 11/08/2013 09:18:01 EST
And most of those who snobbishly consider that to be the case fail to recognize that the Republican strongholds in the state tend to be full of former Massachusetts residents--the towns along the bord more »
Posted 11/05/2013 12:00:49 EST
My favorite Building #19 item was one that a cousin brought to a family party when I was a kid, a bottle of sparkling cider if I recall under the name of Chateau du Cheapo.
Posted 10/28/2013 11:23:05 EDT
Scott Brown may do well among the Republican-stronghold border suburbs comprised largely of former Massachusetts residents, but he's grossly overestimating the perception of a Massachusetts resident w more »
Posted 10/28/2013 11:05:51 EDT
You don't like the commute into the city? The commuter rail doesn't work for you specifically? Then don't move out to a far-flung suburb. Hopkinton is a town of less than 15,000; that it has reliable more »
Posted 09/16/2013 09:55:07 EDT
There have been several interesting schemes for renovating City Hall and transforming City Hall Plaza into a more enjoyable and vibrant public space. This approach would be much smarter for the city o more »
Posted 09/05/2013 02:23:57 EDT
Just like Mass is 2 for 2 after the compounding pharmacy and drug lab scandals.
Posted 09/04/2013 11:44:51 EDT
To SeriouslyGuys: New Hampshire may be an easy target for jokes sometimes, but it remains one of the healthiest states in the country, while Massachusetts was recently home to the compounding pharma more »
Posted 06/10/2013 12:30:17 EDT
I believe that the policy is in place specifically to discourage reckless and irresponsble climbers, of which there are plenty. The notion of there being a safe place at the summit could encourage fur more »
Posted 03/20/2013 10:47:07 EDT
Just as I would like to see more conservative editorial pages featuring an occasional column from a progressive columnist, I like the idea of a paper with a largely liberal editorial page, such as the more »
Posted 03/08/2013 02:36:54 EST
This is a shortsighted and unfair move on the part of the business district; and it's not only bad for the pushcart owners, but for the diversity of businesses, and the quality of the experience of sh more »
Posted 10/23/2012 02:30:26 EDT
As usual, John Sununu is ignoring facts when he writes: "Conventional wisdom holds that the influx from Massachusetts makes the state more liberal. Yet at least as many move to New Hampshire because t more »
Posted 08/13/2012 02:28:12 EDT
You think Amtrak's hamburgers cost the taxpayers a lot? How about the bungled and completely unnecessary war in Iraq that John Sununu voted for and defended? It's easy for ideologues and supporters of more »
Posted 06/27/2012 11:05:17 EDT
Please stop perpetuating the incorrect the assumption that Massachusetts transplants to New Hampshire have turned the state Democratic. As a UNH study and survey showed about five years ago, New Hamps more »
Posted 06/04/2010 07:31:19 EDT
To all those who complain about the T, I'd suggest looking a bit further than the bus drive/T operator. I agree that people in Boston can generally be rude, and not knowing when the next train will ar more »