Bonnie Wright for NH State House

Category Protecting our Kids

NEA-NH Letter to DeVos

  “We will not be bullied by the President of the United States and his Secretary of Education to open our schools before they are safe,” said Megan Tuttle, NEA-New Hampshire President. “No president should threaten the parents of children… Continue Reading →

Poverty in Rockingham County

Rockingham County has the highest estimated annual median household income at approximately $85,600. In 2017, an individual less than 65 years old and earning less than $12,752 was in poverty, as was a family of three with one child earning… Continue Reading →

What’s happening to the bugs, fish, frogs and us?

Where are the bugs? Scientists are reporting that Insects around the world are in a crisis, as a number of long-term studies showing dramatic declines in their population. Insect-eating animals are also in decline. Scientist Stephanie Seneff says, “Very grim news… Continue Reading →

MisLEAD: America’s Secret Epidemic

Lead Poisoning: “1 in 3 children is impacted by this environmental illness- 22,000,000 U.S. children today, but chances are they’ve never even tested your child. It conservatively costs the U.S. $100 billion annually, however a carefully crafted political campaign has… Continue Reading →

100 Years Ago

One hundred years ago. (~Author unknown.) What a difference a century makes! Here’re some statistics: The average life expectancy for men was 47 years. Fuel for cars was sold in drug stores only. Only 14 percent of the homes had… Continue Reading →

7th Generation

What is the 7th Generation principle and why do you need to know about it? MAY 15, 2013 • BY MOLLY LARKIN • COMMENTS 23 Whenever I mention the 7th Generation principle to most people, they think I’m talking about laundry detergent. I’m… Continue Reading →

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