The Disturbing Inevitability of Cyberattacks

The “new” battlefield continues to grow. While a systematic cataclysm is possible, targeted hacks against businesses do more harm. Source: The Disturbing Inevitability of Cyberattacks

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How Can I Make a Difference in the World Today?

Imagine if you woke up every day and asked yourself one simple question: “How can I make a difference in the world today?” As lofty as the goal may sound Continue Reading →

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Show respect: Light the Scammell Bridge

In a quiet side area of the Great Bay Estuary sits a quaint little bridge that helps to connect Durham and Dover. However, this bridge is more than just a Continue Reading →

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Wonder Woman a Positive Role Model for All

Last weekend I went to see “Wonder Woman,” if for nothing else but to escape the depressing pattern hanging over our heads, both with the weather and the obsessive news Continue Reading →

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Not All Soldiers’ Deaths Come on Battlefield

Our country sets aside three distinct holidays meant to praise the sacrifice of those who answered our nation’s call to duty in the military. Armed Forces Day honors those on Continue Reading →

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Encouraging All to See ‘The Heroin Effect’

In the land of heroin addiction every step could be your last. However, what if the next step is away from the abyss, the metaphoric step back from the edge? Continue Reading →

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Democratic Party in Chaos

The American political landscape is a mess, in large part because one of our two major political parties is not only in chaos, but has absolutely no sense of its Continue Reading →

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The 100-day Evaluation Folly

If there is one political narrative I have always despised it is the importance far too many people place on the “first 100 Days” of our chief executives, whether it Continue Reading →

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N.H. DCYF’S Accountability Sorely Lacking

Every day most of us try to hold ourselves or our direct wards whether they be family or peers accountable for our actions. We are told “To err is human, Continue Reading →

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Shaheen, Hassan, and Hollywood follies

Last week we were blessed with two seemingly different events, the Oscars telecast and the so-called town hall sponsored by NH Senators Jeanne Shaheen and Maggie Hassan. In reality, each Continue Reading →

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