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Politics

Under Fire, Trump Supporters Feel Pressure to Remain Silent

Homeowners in the quiet New Hampshire towns of Milford and Brookline are receiving threatening letters for publicly supporting President Trump. “You have been identified by our group as being a Trump supporter. Your address has been added to our database as a target when we attack should Trump not concede the election,” the letter reads.

COVID-19

Months into pandemic, Iran sees worst wave of virus deaths

Iran’s capital has run out of intensive care beds as the country confronts a new surge of infections that is filling hospitals and cemeteries alike. The single-day death toll hit a record high three times this week. Eight months after the pandemic first stormed Iran, pummeling its already weakened economy and sickening officials at the

Opinion

Opinion: Why Trump’s Supporters Are Stubbornly Loyal

The coronavirus is “a good thing” the president said. He doesn’t like shaking hands with “disgusting” supporters.” That’s what Olivia Troye, the most recent former member of the Trump administration to turn on him, reported. That shouldn’t come as a surprise. The president’s deep-felt identity rests on his wealth and superior status, the very opposite

Local

Hypnotherapist offers helping hand to deal with Coronavirus uncertainties

As concerns about the Coronavirus and other national crises continues, and daily stress levels rise to new heights, one award winning hypnotherapist is doing her bit to help people cope. Prescott-based hypnotherapy expert Carrie Ann Apap has released a free download on her website designed to help people deal with the daily uncertainties they are

Opinion

Opinion: Violent Protesters Have a New Target — Average Americans

My name is Chris, I live in New Hampshire, and I’m one of the growing number of average citizens who’ve found themselves targeted in the progressive attacks on the streets of America. You may have seen me. Millions of people have viewed the viral video of anti-Trump activists circling me, screaming insults and profanity, as

Opinion

Opinion: Repairing Public’s Trust in Government Institutions

Americans no longer trust their government. The events of this year may be crystallizing this lack of trust for many, especially the nation’s young people, of whom a paltry 7 percent say they put “a lot” of trust in people in positions of power. And while a degree of skepticism is healthy in a democracy, we have reached a