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When the power mysteriously goes out across the country, Martin‘s Plan B is to walk the 50 miles from Boston to his home in New Hampshire. His plan B must be revised to include Susan: a woman he only knew as a teller in his bank. They make it to his home in New Hampshire but they still have to adapt to a grid-down world. This podcast is a reading of Mic Roland‘s Siege of New Hampshire series. Available at http://mic-roland.com
 
WKXL 103.9/101.9 FM, 1450 AM, and NHTalkRadio.com continue 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 co ...
 
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New Hampshire Live

New Hampshire Institute of Politics

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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.
 
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The Simmons' household gets an unanticipated additional strain on their food supplies when they take in an elderly lady from their church. She arrives with virtually no food to add to the Simmons' supplies. While hunting squirrels, Martin discovers that a group of idealistic college students has set up camp in the woods behind his property, intendi…
 
On this edition of The New Hampshire Journal podcast, reporter Damien Fisher reports from the scene on Dartmouth College's decision to cancel an appearance by conservative journalist Andy Ngo in the face of threats from Antifa in New England. Ngo is best known for his aggressive reporting on Antifa and other violent organizations on the political L…
 
UNH Environmental Sustainability & Conservation student, Emily Thompson ’21, follows HB 172 establishing greenhouse gas emission reduction goals for the state and establishing a climate action plan. Emily interviews Clay Mitchell (UNH Department of Natural Resources & the Environment) Chris Skoglund (NH’s Department of Environmental Services) to ga…
 
Reporter Amanda Gokee of the New Hampshire Bulletin talks with A. J. on WKXL in the Morning about some bills in the state legislature, including energy efficiency funding, a bottle bill, and banning Native American mascots. Get more of their work at https://newhampshirebulletin.comPor WKXL - NHTalkRadio.com
 
This week on Facing the Future, we discuss the outlook for inflation with Jason Furman, who chaired President Obama's Council of Economic Advisors and is now a professor at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government. Jason's op-ed, "Four Reasons to Keep Worrying About Inflation" was published last week in the Wall Street Journal…
 
New Hampshire's teachers unions blast a proposal to end remote learning, while Sen. Maggie Hassan prepares to cast her vote to kill the filibuster. And a NH House committee considers legislation to block any state tax dollars from going to commuter rail projects like the (likely) $500 million Capitol Corridor Project. NHJournal's Michael Graham dis…
 
Martin navigates the minefield of faux pas between Margaret and Susan. Martin's son, Dustin and his wife Judy arrive seeking refuge, telling a tale of escape from sketchy men up in the mountains. Even though they brought with them what food they had, it's not enough to improve the outlook for the Simmons' household. If you've been enjoying the stor…
 
Reporter Ethan Dewitt of the New Hampshire Bulletin talks with A. J. on WKXL in the Morning about the craziness of the NH legislature opening the 2022 session and the possibility of the "divisive concepts" legislation expanding to higher education. Get more of their work at https://newhampshirebulletin.com…
 
This week on Facing the Future we look at the December jobs report and what it means for the economic outlook and the congressional agenda. Our guest is Gordon Gray, director of fiscal policy at the American Action Forum. Later in the show, Tori Gorman and Steve Robinson join me to discuss whether Congress will pass a new COVID relief bill.…
 
UNH biology student (and solid waste management enthusiast), Patrick Kaplan ’20, covers the basics of composting. Patrick also shares his conversation with UNH’s Department of Natural Resources & the Environment, Dr. John Aber, who is not only a leader in sustainable agriculture but an expert in making the most of compost. Resources: · HB 1704 (202…
 
Host Chris Ryan looks at the playoff bound New England Patriots as they play their regular season finale against the Miami Dolphins. Chris also talks with Bruins head coach Bruce Cassidy about the challenges of the COVID environment and speaks with Celtics head coach Ime Udoka.Por WKXL - NHTalkRadio.com
 
On their way to a town meeting, Martin and Susan encounter what appears to be a dead utility worker at the damaged electrical substation. At the meeting, Martin tries to explain why be believes the power won't be coming back on in a few days. The news upsets some folks. Police and fire services will be severely limited, as well room at the school g…
 
Senior Reporter Annmarie Timmins of New Hampshire Bulletin talks to A. J. on WKXL in the Morning about the desperate situation in hospitals for non-COVID-19 related departments and the busy docket at the New Hampshire legislature hitting everything from dental benefits to abortion laws. Get more of their work at https://newhampshirebulletin.com…
 
This week on Facing the Future, we kick-off The Concord Coalition’s 30th anniversary year by talking with political strategist Kitty Kurth, who worked on the 1992 presidential campaign of former U.S. Senator Paul Tsongas. Later that year she became the first employee of the Concord Coalition when it was co-founded by Tsongas and former U.S. Senator…
 
Host Chris Ryan checks in on the Patriots as they look to end their two-game slide with a win over Jacksonville. The Bruins return to play and Chris chats with head coach Bruce Cassidy. The Celtics lost a legend in Sam Jones, hear one if his last interviews, as he spoke with Chris in 2020.Por WKXL - NHTalkRadio.com
 
Martin made it home but the power is still out. He, his wife Margaret, and their new houseguest try to get as ready as they can to face the prospect of a long winter with no more new groceries, gasoline, or other supplies. Martin finds the situation with 'two hens in a nest' to be more fraught than he expected.…
 
Brigadier General and 2022 candidate for U.S. Senate Donald Bolduc. General Bolduc served 10 tours of duty in Afghanistan during his distinguished military career and now serves as a police officer in Hampton, NH.Our resident movie critic, Kitty Rae, has some thoughts on the new Spiderman offering and the quirky “Licorice Pizza”.…
 
After attending public hearings held by the NH House Committee on Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs and the House Committee on Resources, Recreation & Development, UNH Nutrition student, Max LaPointe ’21, leads a conversation on how dental health influences our overall health. Max interviews Dr. Maggie Dylewski Begis, Clinical Professor in…
 
This week on Facing the Future, we’ll have an all-star cast from the Concord Coalition join us to look back on the budget and economic developments of 2021 and what they all mean for the policy debates of 2022. We'll discuss the biggest surprises, what gives us the most concern for the new year and what gives us some hope.…
 
Reporter Amanda Gokee of New Hampshire Bulletin talks to A. J. on WKXL in the Morning about the contentious NH Executive Council vote on COVID-19 vaccination sites, the situation around the new ‘special commissioner’ of the energy efficiency program, and the difficulty starting a new farm. Get more of their work at newhampshirebulletin.com…
 
After attending public hearings held by the NH House Committee on Executive Departments and Administration, UNH Sustainable Agriculture student, Allie Pisano, ’22, leads a conversation on how a potential change in time zone might affect day to day life in the northeast. The group is joined by chronobiologist, Dr. Joanna Chiu, University of Californ…
 
Tom Raffio, President and CEO of Northeast Delta Dental and the author of the new book, “Prepare for Crisis Plan to Thrive: The Inside Story of How One Company Did It Right” plus our film critic Kitty Rae who takes a look at the re-make of the legendary film “West Side Story."Por WKXL - NHTalkRadio.com
 
This week on Facing the Future, we talk with Richard Jackson, president of the Global Aging Institute, about his new paper, “The Vital Role of Immigration in an Aging America.” The paper explains that even as immigration to the United States has been declining, its importance to the nation’s demographic and economic growth has been increasing. Then…
 
In this double-barreled edition of the New Hampshire Journal podcast, Dr. Jay Kennedy of Michigan State University talks about how the surge of 'smash-and-grab' robberies and mass shoplifting events are actually being fueled by shoppers like you. Kennedy, who is part of the USA-IT effort to fight organized retail crime and the black market economy,…
 
Jeff Feingold of NH Business Review with WKXL in the Morning's A. J. Kierstead talk about the New Hampshire 200, public-private partnerships for transportation resources, and new medical residency opportunities in Coos county. More from NH Business Review at nhbr.comPor WKXL - NHTalkRadio.com
 
The Trafalgar Group is probably best known as one of the few polling firms that predicted the Trump surge in 2016. They also spotted the GOP's surprisingly strong performance in 2020. Now, Trafalgar's CEO Robert Cahaly is on the New Hampshire Journal podcast to talk about his new poll of Granite State voters, as well as the trends for 2022 he's see…
 
Senior Reporter Annmarie Timmins of New Hampshire Bulletin talks to A. J. on WKXL in the Morning about the desperate situation in New Hampshire hospitals due to the COVID-19 spike and the impact of discontinuing remote testimony for the NH legislature. Get more of their work at https://newhampshirebulletin.comRead Annmarie's article on the hospital…
 
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