Grant Bosse and Paul Westcott discuss the Obama Campaign disputing the Obama Administration’s latest stimulus job figures in New Hampshire, and Phillips Exeter Academy’s decision to ban bottled water sales on campus in this week’s NH Watchdog on WGIR Podcast.
Grant Bosse and Paul Westcott discuss the Obama Campaign’s objections to the latest stimulus statistics, and why the modern environmental movement is bad for the planet. Tune into NH Watchdog on The Paul Westcott Show Friday morning’s at 7:20 on AM610 WGIR, 96.7 The Wave, through the I Heart Radio ap, or at WGIRam.com.
(CONCORD) New Hampshire has been awarded over $1.1 million in stimulus funds for every full-time job funded under the three-year old federal spending program, according to state and federal reports. The influx of federal cash also led to the creation of 56 full-time and 26 part-time positions within New Hampshire government.Read More>>
Last night, President Obama presented a nearly $450 billion Jobs Plan to a Joint Session of Congress. It calls for more federal spending, a series of tax credits, and the Congressional Super Committee to figure out a way to pay for it.
(CONCORD) The Governor’s Office of Economic Stimulus is packing boxes and unplugging computers as it prepares to close its doors tomorrow. Governor John Lynch created the Office in January of 2009 to administer and monitor the million of dollars in stimulus funds that came to New Hampshire under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. The Office of Economic Stimulus goes out of business on June 30th as Fiscal Year 2011 comes to a close.Read More>>