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WNHN 5th Anniversary Party and Fundraiser
November 8, 2017, 5:00pm - November 8, 2017, 7:00pm
Join us to celebrate the 5th Anniversary of the award winning WNHN LPFM!When: Wednesday, November 8 (exactly one year after the election) at 5:15 PMWhere: IBEW #490 Union Hall 48 Airport Road, Concord, NHSpecial Guest Speaker: John Nichols, journalist, correspondent for The Nation, and author of lots of books, including his latest: The Horsemen of the Trumpocalypse: A Field Guide to the Most Dangerous People in America. Copies will be available for purchase and signing.WNHN relies on the generousity of our listeners to stay on the air. We're suggesting a $50 donation, with $15 for students.There will be finger food, beverages and cake!
Today on The Attitude
It's Texahampshire Friday!
Part One: Scott Braddock, aka The Voice of Texas fills us in on the latest from the Lone Star State. Topics include: the inmates of the Texas Corrections System donate to Harvey relief, Speaker Joe Straus, Lt.Governor Dan Patrick may have a GOP challenger, Gov. Greg Abbott, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, Ted Cruz, and more.
Part Two: State Representative Renny Cushing with breaking news about NH Speaker of the House being tapped for NH Commissioner of Agriculture, with Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter retiring, what about CD 1...and will Renny toss his hat into the ring? Also Eversource trying to become NH's largest water provider, and a whole lot more. ... See MoreSee Less
Today on The Attitude:
It's Columbus Day, and Arnie is taking the day off. We're rebroadcasting 2 interviews from the last month that are full of news you need to know. (Arnie says get a pen and paper and take notes!)
Part One: David Dayen is a contributing writer to Salon and the Intercept, and weekly columnist for the New Republic and the Fiscal Times. He speaks with us two of his recent pieces, Its not the journey, its the Destination about health care, and Break Up the Credit Reporting Racket about the three companies that our sensitive personal financial information.
Part Two: All the talk about the NFL and protest in the workplace got us thinking. We speak with John Meyer, an employment lawyer (who formerly worked for the NH ACLU) about free speech in the workplace, and what kind of rights workers have. Not many, it turns out. ... See MoreSee Less
Today on The Attitude
It’s Texahampshire Friday!
Part One: Scott Braddock with our weekly Texas update. Topics include: Las Vegas, gerrymandering, GOP tax plan, and Houston’s recovery from Harvey.
Part Two: WMUR reporter John DiStaso gives an update on the latest round of potential presidential candidates to visit NH, District 2 Congresswoman Anne Kuster has a new GOP challenger, insurance, the Kobach voting commission and more. ... See MoreSee Less