Opinion

The Soapbox: Bringing the good in a world of chaos

I am blessed to say I was never homeless, I never struggled with food insecurity, and I was clothed and healthy. My journey is one that many others encountered in their own different ways. To be given the chance to face adversity, and not use it to be better, felt like an unused opportunity. I continued to contemplate how, locally, with no direct contact, I could help bring some good to my community. READ MORE
Opinion

Giving Thanks to the Granite Staters working to improve our communities

The pandemic has turned things upside down – forcing us to make countless adjustments – big and small, in every aspect of our lives. For many of us, it means that to keep our family and community safe, we are foregoing many of our Thanksgiving traditions this year. But while you and your family are doing everything that you can to stay safe, I hope you are also finding new ways to enjoy this special time of year. READ MORE
Opinion

The Soapbox: ‘I dare Governor Sununu or any of his lackeys to rebut this’

Property taxes are like a “Shoe Tax” (every year you must pay taxes AGAIN for every pair of footwear), or a Fridge Tax (ditto). Why don’t we pay tax every 12 months on EVERYTHING we own? A Pants Tax! Heck, why don’t the Dem-publicans and Sununu go all the way and give us an Elbow Tax or Eyeball Tax, which we’d pay every year for the privilege of having two eyes! READ MORE