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When the power mysteriously goes out across the country, society does not instantly break down. Transportation does. Most people simply wait. Martin thinks trouble is coming. His Plan B is to walk the 50 miles from Boston to his home in New Hampshire. His plan B must be revised. He did not plan on Susan: a woman he only knew as a teller in his bank. Traveling together, they encounter criminals out to exploit the outage and local governments intent to restrict travel. This podcast is a readin ...
 
WKXL 103.9 FM, 1450 AM and NHTalkRadio.com continues to be a vibrant New Hampshire media entity. The station first hit the airwaves in 1946 and to this day keeps Granite Staters informed and engaged in the current events of our times. Our goals are very simple to inform and entertain our listeners with interviews and stories that are thoughtful and compelling. From tragedy to triumph, fires to championship celebrations, the New Hampshire Primary to the City Council race, we have you covered. ...
 
New Hampshire Live is hosted by Neil Levesque, Executive Director of the New Hampshire Institute of Politics, and Josh McElveen, former WMUR Political Director. Each week they speak with a different guest about all things political in the Granite State, particularly the upcoming 2020 presidential primary.
 
NEXT was a radio show and podcast that aired its final episode in May 2021 after a successful five-year run. The weekly program focused on New England, one of America's oldest places, at a time of change. NEXT was produced at Connecticut Public Radio and featured stories from journalists across the New England News Collaborative. Most recently, the program was hosted by Morgan Springer. With New England as our laboratory, NEXT asked questions about how we power our society, how we move aroun ...
 
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After a night of sleeping in the woods, Martin and Susan venture through Stoneham looking for food and water but find little. What they do find is a populace lingering in normalcy bias. Even though it is only the second day of the outage, the two of them wonder long will it be before complacency gives way to desperation.…
 
Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo talks to NHJournal about his upcoming visit to promote school choice and parental empowerment, but he also talks at length about events in Afghanistan. "It's the difference between American strength and American weakness," Pompeo says of the Biden strategy. And host Michael Graham asks why Democrats seem to bel…
 
This week on Feltes & Cail, we have the following guests:Zandra Rice Hawkins, Executive Director of Granite State ProgressKayla Montgomery, V.P. of Public Affairs at Planned Parenthood of New Hampshire Amy Hall, Executive Director of the Granite State Dairy PromotionPor WKXL - NHTalkRadio.com
 
This week on Facing the Future we got a thorough briefing on the latest Social Security and Medicare Trustees’ Report from Dr. Charles Blahous, a former Public Trustee of the two programs and now Senior Research Strategist at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. Concord Coalition Chief Economist Steve Robinson joined the conversation. Wi…
 
Stalled traffic on the highway becomes an opportunity for criminals to rob the stranded motorists. Martin hoped to avoid the trouble by walking through the woods, around the ongoing crime scene. A protracted gunfight between the criminals and armed citizens trap Martin and Susan in the woods as daylight fades and a cold night approaches.…
 
This week on Facing the Future, we discuss a number of important topics. First, we’ll talk with Representative Carolyn Bordeaux (GA 7th) who helped negotiate an agreement with Speaker Nancy Pelsoi for a firm date (September 27) to vote on the Senate’s bipartisan infrastructure bill. Then we’ll hear from Concord Coalition National Field Director Phi…
 
This week on Facing the Future we talk with Austin Smythe, a former top congressional staffer and executive branch official, about the potential costs and legislative prospects for a major spending and tax bill this fall implementing President Biden's agenda. We also consider the process and politics of raising the nation's debt limit. Concord Coal…
 
While on his way to North Station, Martin encounters Susan, the bank teller. He escorts her home through the gridlock. Once there, her apartment house has caught fire. Martin volunteers to help her find a hotel room but one after another of the hotels in town are full with other power outage refugees. His good samaritan deed was becoming quicksand.…
 
Michael Moffett, State Representative from Loudon and a Lt. Colonel in the U.S. Marine Corps who served in Afghanistan. Dennis Martin of Dr. Harp’s Blues Revue Band who is hosting a Blues Fest Saturday in Londonderry to benefit the Combat Vets Association. Steven Nelson owner of the Prospect Acres Obstacle Course in Franklin, NH…
 
This week on Facing the Future we compare the problems of the federal budget with the problems of a state budget, specifically New Hampshire’s budget. Points of comparison include, how the budget is put together, what the money is spent on, how the money is raised, and whether there are structural issues that affect future policy options? Our guest…
 
Senator Rick Scott was in New Hampshire on Saturday (8/21) to talk about President Joe Biden's economic policy (and make a stop by Gov. Chris Sununu's house?) He had harsh words for Biden on Afghanistan, suggesting his refusal to address the crisis, as well as other issues like the southern border surge, show it's time to consider invoking the 25th…
 
On this edition of the New Hampshire Journal podcast, retired Army Gen. Don Bolduc bashes President Biden's "incompetence" in handling the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan. Bolduc, who is also a candidate for the NHGOP's nomination in next year's U.S. Senate race, also supports America working with the Taliban going forward. And despite being Presi…
 
This week on Facing the Future, we turn to health care and the brewing controversy over Aduhelm, a new drug for treating Alzheimer's Disease that was recently approved by the Food and Drug Administration. Is it effective, will it be covered by Medicare and how much will it cost? We’ll ask Josh Gordon, Director of Health Policy at the Committee for …
 
On this special edition of the NHJournal podcast, former U.S. Senator -- and possible candidate for N.H. Governor -- Kelly Ayotte gives a scathing critique of the Biden Administration's mishandling of the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan. Ayotte also talks about when to fire government officials, the coming rise of Al Qaeda and the possib…
 
This week on Facing the Future we talked with Tom Kahn, a veteran Democrat congressional staffer who is concerned that both parties have abandoned fiscal responsibility. Tom gave us his take on the latest budget battles in Washington. Concord’s National Field Director Phil Smith joined the conversation.…
 
On this edition of the New Hampshire Journal podcast we jump straight into the public policy pool. Ulrick Boesen of the Tax Foundation talks about the "Tobacco Tax Equity Act" and how it would be particularly bad for New Hampshire. (It's not likely to be good for Sen. Maggie Hassan's 2022 campaign, either.) Drew Cline of the Josiah Bartlett Foundat…
 
This week on Facing the Future we sort through several fast-breaking budget developments in Washington, including the Senate's bipartisan infrastructure plan and the upcoming budget resolution. Capitol Hill veterans Tori Gorman and Steve Robinson help me examine whether the infrastructure bill is paid for and what clues the budget resolution will g…
 
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