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  • Benefits Of The New Hampshire Primary

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    voted 23-2 last Saturday, to diminish the New Hampshire Primary's role in choosing future party standard bearers by adding more state caucuses immediately before the New Hampshire Primary and by adding additional state primaries right behind the New Hampshire Primary. Why whack New Hampshire? Well, according to the DNC, its because we're, well, just "too white." If the Republican National Committee had acted similarly and voted to dead-end the New Hampshire Primary because we were just, "too black

  • “New Hampshire” By Robert Frost

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    Robert Frost’s “New Hampshire” is not only is one of his longest poems but it also shows many different ideas that Frost may have had during his time in New Hampshire. The ideas presented in this poem range from poem styles to differences between states, advantages of being in New Hampshire, and even glimpses into the life of Robert Frost. The differences between the states Frost describes is obvious in this poem. Frost “[switches] back and forth between people the speaker has met and the conclusions

  • Portsmouth, New Hampshire

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    When I finally placed my car into park, I thought I heard a long sigh from its engine, which was exhausted from the lengthy trip beginning in Boston, traveling North on 95 to the tip of Maine, then South again, finding the way to Portsmouth, New Hampshire, on the most redundant route possible. I stepped out of my vehicle and inhaled, tasting the water that I heard, milliseconds later, pounding against the assortment of wooden docks that I had spotted from the highway. Seeing these docks from the

  • New Hampshire Car Insurance

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    New Hampshire Car Insurance Searching for cheap car insurance in New Hampshire? The “Live free or die” State is actually one of the two States that don’t have any mandatory auto liability coverage for their motorists. But it doesn’t mean that you wouldn’t get one. Regardless if it’s required or not, insuring your vehicle is important to protect you from financial constraints when car accident happens. For people in New Hampshire who plan to purchase car insurance, there are many ways on how to get

  • Food Networks on The Coast of New Hampshire

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    The Seacoast of New Hampshire and the surrounding regions are full of a vast amount of local food resources. In my town of Portsmouth, New Hampshire, people are making it their life’s work to spread awareness about the importance of locally grown food. The Seacoast Growers Association is one organization that has been holding farmers’ markets since the 1970s. Besides just working to make local food available on the seacoast, “…this Local Food Network also offers great educational and awareness building

  • It's Time for States to Secede from the Union

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    event liberties lost are seldom regained but there is an outside chance to regain them if enough liberty-minded Americans were to pursue Free State Project's proposal to set up New Hampshire as a free state. Free State Project ( intends to get 20,000 or so Americans to become residents of New Hampshire. Through a peaceful political process they hope to assume leadership in the state's legislature and executive offices and reduce burdensome taxation and regulation, reform state

  • Robert Frost

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    such a tender age, that Robert's poetic niche began. Robert's father died in 1885 of Tuberculosis, when Frost was only 11 years old. His remaining family moved to the east to be with his grandparents (Angyal 557). This was the beginning of his famous New England themed poetry. They were located in Lawrence, Massachusetts for much of Frost's late childhood and teenage years (Angyal 557). To support the family, Bell began teaching at a local elementary school. Robert helped out with expenses with small

  • Biography of Robert Frost

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    tuberculosis in 1885. While their mother taught at a variety of schools in New Hampshire and Massachusetts, Robert and Jeanie grew up in Lawrence, and Robert graduated from high school in 1892. A top student in his class, he shared valedictorian honors with Elinor White, with whom he had already fallen in love (Frost 1). For several years, Robert Frost’s mother earned a living by teaching in various schools; starting in Salem, New Hampshire undoubtedly she had a profound affect her son’s development (O’Neill

  • the devil and daniel webster

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    about a character named Daniel Webster, which was from Marshfield, but, later the story begins to unravel and they begin speaking about a character named Jabez stone. Jabez Stone was from Cross Corners, which makes both Webster and Stone from New Hampshire. As you read you see that Jabez has had the worst luck if he was to grow corn they would get borer. If he was to get horses he it would get spavins then trade it in to get one that had staggers. Also say the neighbors had rocks in their soil he

  • I Enjoy Public Speaking

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    to practice my oratorical skills: I was selected, out of all the students entered in New Hampshire, to write and read a four-minute speech on national television. My job was to introduce Elizabeth Dole, who at the time was interested in running for president. I was notified the day before the event and so had only one night to write and memorize my speech. When I arrived the next morning in Bedford, New Hampshire, I was greeted by photographers, camera crews, and newspaper reporters! Then I was