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Bernadette left a few titles out of her list of suggested reading

To the editor,
In a recent letter to the Sun, Bernadette Loesch wanted us to do our homework and read,watch and study many left wing socialist propoganda books and movies that she has read and watched most. I am sure she means well. Good for her!
Now let's look at the rest of the story and see if she is willing to continue HER home work. I am familiar with all of what she presented. What I am most displeased with is her lack of including the greatest book of all time, "The Bible". Or one of the most important documents ever written, "The Constitution of the United States of America." It really is not a surprise.
I include in the following lists what she left out and all Socialists revere, "The Communist Manifesto" (Marx and Engels) and surprise "Mein Kampf" (Hitler). Seems a close look at where we are heading matches up with both of those books.
The following list is really not for her as I doubt she would be that open minded but rather for others that may be interested in the rest of the story and just scratching the surface.
I recommend all of them for study.
As I mentioned earlier all should read "The Communist Manifesto'', (Marx and Engels)
"Behind the Green Mask" (Rosa Koire) – All about UN Agenda 21 Sustainable Developement Initiative and the core of Granite State Futures.
"Broke" – A kind of text book and history of how Socialist Democrats got us into the mess we are in, starting with the "Roman Senate.'' (Glenn Beck)
"Common Sense" – Government out of control. Includes Common Sense by Thomas Paine(Glenn Beck).
"Control" – A complete look at gun control. (Glenn Beck).
"1984" – A novel by George Orwell looking to the future under a type complete Socialist/Communist state.
"Agenda 21" – The same result as "1984", with a chapter on what UN Agenda 21 is all about. (Glenn Beck).
"Demonic" – Chapters on psychology of liberals, historic context of liberals, comparison of the French and American revolutions and why would anyone want to be a liberal. ( Ann Coulter).
"Godless" – The liberal rejection of God and how they revile people of faith. And chapters on evolution. (Coulter).
"Treason" – Excellent chapters on McCarthyism and Communists in government, the Venona Project and the "Pumpkin Papers" ( Coulter).
"Mugged" – Racial demagoguery from the seventies to Obama. A history of Republican civil rights efforts when Democrats turned their backs including the "Southern Manifesto". (Coulter)
"Radical in Chief" – My favorite book this last year next to "Green Mask". A history of Obama from his years in college, his organizing and his "friends" in Chicago. His real socialist goal of destroying the American economy and what he means by "fundamentally transforming America". His definite Marxist beliefs. His history with terrorist Ayers and Dornan, his ties with radical preacher Wright, possible real father Davis, Acorn and much more. (Stanley Kurtz)
"Economics" – A common sense guide to the economy. Rated 4 1/2 of 5 stars. ( Thomas Sowell)
"Atlas Shrugged" (Aynn Rand) – Socialism gone wild. Who is John Gault fame.
"The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History" – by Thomas Woods, Jr., Ph.D. Part of a series with numerous subjects by Regnery Publishing.
Any books by;
Charles Krauthamer, Mark Levine, Walter Williams, Brent Bozell, Mark Steyn, Bill O'Reilly, Shaun Hannity and many others too numerous to mention.
"The Ten Commandments" – Inspirational.
"Atlas Shrugged 1"
"Atlas Shrugged 2" – Both from the book.
"The Fountain Head" – From the book by Aynn Rand. Academy Award winner about an architect and his battle with government.
"Dreams of my REAL Father" – Insights that you will not see any where else. The flip side of "Dreams" by Obama if he actually wrote it.
''2016 Obama's America" – More on his friends and his agenda to change America.
"Farenheight 451" – from the book by Ray Bradbury. About life where books are banned. Kind of like Agenda 21 on steriods. It can be viewed on Amazon instant video.
I agree with her on Lincoln and Shindlers list.
That should keep Bernadette busy this summer as well as any one else interested in the other side.
Hal & Peggy Graham

Last Updated on Tuesday, 11 June 2013 09:04

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Many thanks for help in repairing & painting Lamprey House

To the editor,
Thank you, thank you.
I would like to thank the following people for their help and contributions to the repair and painting of the barn of the Moultonborough Historical Society Museum, the Lamprey House. Thanks go to Dave Godin of David Godin Custom Building for the donation of over 100 feet of siding and handiwork, Dick Plaistead for repair help and John Haven of Solar Haven for painting the upper reaches. I would also give a special thank you to Mark Tuckerman of Aubuchan's Hardware in Moultonborough for the donation of the paint and other supplies Oh, and a thank you to Norman and Meca Atkinson for their moral support.
Sam Perry
MHS Board of Directors

Last Updated on Tuesday, 11 June 2013 08:43

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Focus of leak investigation should turn back toward government

To the editor,
In an article in the Washington Post regarding NSA whistle blower Edward Snowden the writer wrote: "several officials said the CIA will now undoubtedly begin reviewing the process by which Snowden may have been hired, seeking to determine whether there were any missed signs that he might one day betray national secrets."
I suggest that rather there should be an examination of the federal governments policies, judgements and usurpation of constitutional authority. For what the more pertinent question seems to be is: is the United States government honorable as to inspire loyalty beyond it's ability to persecute, imprison or kill its citizens. For there are those "who love not there lives unto death."
John Demakowski

Last Updated on Tuesday, 11 June 2013 08:26

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There are better ways for city to spend Opechee Park House funds

To the editor,
The other side of the Opechee Park House that was not mentioned in Tuesday's article follows.
When anyone, public official or regular citizen is faced with their budget making decisions for the month or the year, they have to approach it with three questions over and above the obvious of how much money do you have and what your fixed obligations are.
First: Is this expenditure necessary?
Second: Can this wait?
Third: Will harm be done if we don't fund the item?
The answers are quite simple. It is not necessary, it can wait, and no harm will be done to the City if we don't fund this item this year. It does not meet the criteria listed above.
The Parks and Recreation Dept.'s budget this year shows an item for maintenance of grounds. That is for the parks, sport fields, etc. and is for $50,000. In fiscal year 2011-2012 this item was only $27,000.00. However, with the increase in fields and the high maintenance cost of the new fields, our Parks Dept. is stretched to the limit for money and for manpower. While the bottom line on the page shows $642,870.00 as a total for the Parks Dept. this is not strictly true.
Under the capital outlay budget there is money not only for the Opechee Park House but for Endicott Rock Park Beach which is for the erosion study at Weirs Beach and necessary to the preservation of this historic beach, and under outlay to be bonded is $850,000 for Parks. $500,000 for construction of Weirs Beach Park and then $300,000 for the repair of Smith Track. The Weirs Park has been in the works for many years, has been funded for engineering which is now complete and ready to go. Both of these projects represent good things for the city, not just the Weirs. We will all reap the benefits from an increase in tourism and upgrading of the Weirs, and therefore they qualify in my mind.
But, both these projects will once again put a burden on the crews of the Parks Dept. which are understaffed even now. Maintenance costs will rise and make it difficult to cover all our parks and fields with the present staff level and money for maintenance. When you build new and bigger things, they must be taken care of as well as all the other Parks and fields.
My thought is that the $110,000.00 for the Opechee Park House could be spent for other items needed or perhaps enable us to hire a couple of part-time Park employees to help take care of all these parks and fields in the manner they should be. We have all seen what happens when we don't take care of what we have. We have had to increase spending to restore something we have neglected.
Not knowing how the state budget is going to affect us, there may be a need to use this money and others for the increases that might come.
At the present time, this budget we have in front of us will cost the taxpayer an increase of $.39 more than last year, and last year it increased by $.44 cents.
Surely, we can do better.
Brenda Baer, City Councilor, Ward 4

Last Updated on Tuesday, 11 June 2013 08:17

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N.H. casino owner would take profits away to another state

To the editor,
"Government is instituted to provide services to its citizens." This statement by two elected state officials is quite extraordinary, the two apparently haven't read the New Hampshire Constitution or the history of its people. The government of N.H. was instituted first and foremost to protect the rights of the citizens and its Constitution written to protect the citizen from its government. Written 230+ years ago — read it.
As far as chicken charading, perhaps the state officials ought to copyright the idea, sell it, give the income to the state services they are so concerned about. Charades is a word guessing game. The form most played today is to use physical rather than verbal language to convey the meaning to another party. Charading is an app one can purchase at an Apple Store. Chicken charading might possibly be some sort of slander indicating one might give an indication of what one wants and then run from and or hide before they either have finished giving their clue or before the other party has stated their guess.
"On purely partisan grounds", a phrase often used by Democrats when non-Democrats aren't being submissive, is never heard from them when they're in control and ignore the same non-Democrats. Or to indicate they and not the other party have passed a bill meant to help the "people" — not necessarily the taxpayer.
Something every state and voting taxpayer needs to wake up to is that there is no such thing as government revenue, especially federal revenue. The government doesn't earn money, and the federal government doesn't print money, it's only authorized to coin money. It's the non government entity referred to as the Federal Reserve which prints and circulates paper money. They have in the last three years printed $2 trillion and are purchasing upwards of $85 billion of U.S. debt every month. So when we are told that the Republicans of the state are "passing up an infusion of billions of dollars" it is really being said that they refuse an illusion.
As far as the casinos go, those running and establishing the casinos will retrieve all building/operational cost, state and local taxes and fees, which will be in the billions, and then take the profits out of state. Does N.H. actually have that kind of money to dispose of? Perhaps the state liquor stores ought to be extended to build and operate casinos? At least the money would stay in state.
G.W. Brooks

Last Updated on Monday, 10 June 2013 11:16

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