As we endure this odd New Hampshire winter, one thinks of warmer climates where distant friends or family members send emails with pics of their loved ones splashing in the pleasant waters of that far-off land. These destinations usually include names such as San Diego, San Francisco or any other San name from sunny California.
Day: February 18, 2016
by John J. Metzler Weirs Times Contributing Writer New York – Reversing the trend of economic mismanagement, ending a fifteen year debt impasse with foreign lenders, calming a percolating political crisis over the disputed Falkland/Malvinas islands in the South Atlantic, and overcoming the image of unpredictability, Argentina’s new conservative government faces serious obstacles in reintroducing
by Ken Gorrell, Weirs Times Contributing Writer The political circus we call the “First in the Nation Primary” has packed up and moved on. Good riddance, I say. At the risk of losing my New Hampshire-born-and-raised membership card, I would shed no tears if the “honor” of casting the first ballots in the most expensive
A friend of mine recently commended me on being able to come up with a new column every week. She claimed she could never do it herself; I would have to disagree. You see, writing a column is not really as hard as it may appear. All it takes is understanding the formula that is