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The New Hampshire Gazette is an eight-page newspaper, published 26 times a year on alternating Fridays. Distributed for free in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, and the surrounding towns of Dover, Durham, Exeter, Newmarket, Rochester, and Somersworth, it is also available by subscription, from coast to coast and around the world.

The Gazette was founded on October 7, 1756 by Daniel Fowle, the state’s first printer. Daniel, whose only children had died as infants, left the paper to his partner and former apprentice, John Melcher when he died on June 4, 1787. Over the next two centuries the paper changed hands two dozen times. By 1810, when Isaiah Thomas’s History of Printing was published, The New Hampshire Gazette had become “the oldest newspaper printed in New England.” In 1839 The New Hampshire Gazette became The Nation’s Oldest Newspaper,™ when The Maryland Gazette, founded in 1745, expired.

In the video below, the current editor, Steve Fowle, who is Daniel Fowle’s third cousin, five times removed, explains how he acquired The New Hampshire Gazette in 1989.

For reasons we do not even begin to understand, it is necessary to scroll down quite a bit to see the video on this page. Trust us, it’s there. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Our thanks to and from Kinney Hill Media Partners.


To The New Hampshire Gazette,

Dear Steve,

I want to clear the air with all the New Hampshire Newspapers. I was a candidate for president, I am a candidate for president, and, as a candidate for president, I have been to New Hampshire many times.

The last time was October 15, 2007, in Secretary William Gardner’s Office, where I declared I was a write-in candidate seeking the nomination of both parties, so to present a united face to the world. Every thing that happened in the Secretary’s office is on the web, at .

You need to have a look at that, after you revisit what Channel 9 played for its viewership.

Channel 9 took my comments and chopped them up to appear I was mocking my religion. Channel 9 was mocking my religion, with malice. It wasn’t news. It was a fascist confusion of reality. The person who did the editing has close family that works in the pentagon. Isn’t that interesting?

Relative to the “publicity seeker” Channel 9, gave a full minute to, a few months ago, Secretary Gardner was in Florida. We got together and had breakfast, and Bill told me the fellow had been arrested later that day, and kept getting in trouble, in jail, and was still in jail.

Did even one newspaper in the state point out the TV station’s obvious anti-Semitic prejudice?

Before we get to the 700 word essay I am hereby submitting for publication to your newspaper there is another matter. As I see it, our politics in America needs renewal. I have been a registered republican my whole life, but, like so many others, have never felt comfortable with the party’s leadership or ideas.

My plan, in the event it should unfold in New Hampshire, will generate 250 million fresh tourist dollars spent in the state of New hampshire. I posted the following online at The Daily Beast yesterday:

“We need a new politics, a new Independent Party, its platform hammered out by all who join, a giant convention with 200 thousand delegates paying a 0 delegate fee (which adds up to 40 million dollars) to run as a four day open air Woodstockian convention where we advance write, and then ratify our platform all day long and have delegate’s entertainment every night – Metallica, Bruce Springsteen, The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Willie Nelson, Tina Turner every group you can imagine who believes in peace and freedom will gladly perform every night for the delegates as 40 million dollars in delegate fees can cover their expense.

We will also have the DVD rights, with HBO paying to play all the music live every night, and C-SPAN all day, and besides HBO, a giant pay per view for an additional 20-30 million dollars we can divide amongst the 435 candidates we are going to put up to run for every seat in the House of Representatives, and every open Senate seat, too!

The 435 candidates for the House can hold their first press conference at each individual PBS station where they will all be applying for studio time to give a live speech on behalf of their candidacies without a tele-prompter.

That is my plan. I have had this idea for a long time. I can take it to another state. I don’t have to offer this to your state, but I’d like to because New Hampshire is the perfect place. I will see what all the newspapers in the state do with my 700 word article on saving our automobile industry.

What follows is the same basic letter I sent yesterday to newspapers in the state of Michigan.

To the editor

The following is an op-ed for The New Hampshire Gazette. I’d like to negotiate a series of commentary pieces for a reasonable amount of money with every independent newspaper in the country, say per acceptable article per paper. Regardless, let The National Car-Lotto essay be an essay you publish!

In 1980 I was a write-in candidate for president. At that time our domestic automobile industry was being eaten alive by foreign producers. The Japanese were exporting fuel efficient cars by the boatload.

This was my program that I talked about in that 1980 election. I also did a couple of 90 minute cable-casts as a candidate – um – then coincidently, after 1980, but before 1986, the FCC pulled cable out of the access law making it impossible for anyone to run for high office without millions of dollars.

We need to change that policy so your children can seek high office without compromising their integrity. I’d love the opportunity to come up with an innovative 700 word approach as to how we accomplish that.

The following is my letter to the editor essay for op-ed publication. You can run with it, edit it, whatever you want to do. I’d like it to be the first of a series. You might fax it over to a car dealership that places ads in your paper, and ask their opinion – should you push the idea with a complimentary editorial?

The National Car-Lotto

I want the car czar job. I like the rhyme. Here is my plan regardless of bankruptcy and bailout – to rejuvenate our American automobile industry without government intervention.

As car czar I will organize a national car-lotto raffle, with tickets sold nationwide wherever lotto tickets are sold. Car-lotto raffle tickets will go for one dollar. A winning ticket gets the GM or Chrysler of your choice, with taxes, tag, dealer fees and extended warranty included.

Income tax liability will be forgiven until such time as you sell or trade the car. Our goal, with an advertising blizzard on radio, and TV, is 30,000 yet to be built cars raffled every week, as soon as we clear the cars currently in stock on the lots!

The lotto-raffle winner goes to their favorite dealership. The sales commission on the sticker price is divided amongst the sales force so every buddy benefits. In this manner, the future of America’s car companies is in the hands of we, the people, not Washington, DC bureaucrats.

The Sebring convertible is the sharpest convertible in USA. Were it announced that Chrysler was finished and the last ten thousand Sebring Convertibles were being sold via raffle ticket, every ticket would be gone in an hour!

Cable TV’s blabberific squawking heads don’t get it.

Facing the demise of General Motors and Chrysler, millions of people would purchase a car-lotto raffle ticket every week to win their favorite car. Upon winning you visit the dealership with your winning ticket in hand and order exactly the car and color you want.

I hold millions of people who can’t afford to purchase a new car but can afford to operate a car would purchase car-lotto raffle tickets every week. All of the millions of people who purchase scratch offs and lotto tickets would certainly earmark a dollar or two each week for a car-lotto raffle ticket as the odds of winning a brand new state of the art car are so much better then winning a lotto!

GM would have one million Volts pre-sold before their first car rolled off the line. We should include the all-electric Silicon Valley Tesla, too, for a two dollar ticket. Instead of Obama’s bureaucrats deciding which companies survive in the shrinking world e con oh me, we, the people would be the deciders on what cars we drive.

My car-lotto national raffle program will pre-sell 30,000 new American made cars every week, the money on hold, after all the inventory on all the lots is rolled. Each and every car will be loaded with the latest state of the art features, too. The beauty in this: so many of the car-lotto winners will be people who drive but are not in the market to purchase a new car, much as they’d love to have one.

Those people who are planning on a new car, in spite of today’s e con oh me, aren’t going to hold off until they win one in the car-lotto. They will simply go around to the dealerships and negotiate their best deal. In a troubled world market, our auto industry will survive from the good faith of the car-lotto raffle ticket purchasing American public.

Here is our president, Barky ‘Good Wrench’ Obama, on TV Monday, March 30, barking his approach to killing off GM and Chrysler. I paraphrase President Obama:

“Its time we make the automobile industry dependent on the unending flow of American raffle dollars.”

So why don’t we move on this and give our car industry a chance to renegotiate fresh rolls in a permanently altered world e con oh me? I want to be industry appointed, the car czar guy on the TV ads exhorting everyone to purchase their car-lotto raffle ticket, and make the talk show rounds, pushing our new car for a dollar raffle.

The only hinderance to the above is it is my idea and I am a candidate for president. Once you get past that minor detail you have a winning program. One million jobs will be saved from this. Our whole economy nationwide will benefit.

Michael S. Levinson
8601 9th St N. #9
St Petersburg, Fl 33702

A trust betrayed?

The Chief Judge of Congress’s Court of Veterans Appeals stated that the, “Constitution, Statutes and Regulations” are “policy freely ignored” by both “The Veterans Health Administration” and the Secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA), i.e., the “STATE OF COURT” transcript PARAGRAPH 9 with the U.S. CODE, TITLE 38, SECTIONS (§) 511 and § 7252. Decisions of the Secretary; finality. This is a no teeth Congressional LEGISLATIVE vs an independent from Congress and the DVA, Judicial Branch Court. The DVA Health Care laymen, “initial adjudicators” still are not held responsible for their “freely ignored” and medically ignorant “Schedule of Ratings for Disabilities” decisions. Just one example is this veterans to date “initial adjudicators” ignored “MPerR PERMANENT” “SURGEON HQ ARRC JUN 25 ‘58 MEDICALLY DISQUALIFIED FOR MILITARY SERVICE”! Six (6) months later an “Honorable Discharge” with “Recommended for reenlistment – Yes”. A betrayal reconfirmed by the “initial adjudicators” 27 June 1996 medically unqualified and misleading no “competent medical evidence” overturning of USAF, HMO and DVA physician decisions!

It is now 15 years later without the Chief Judge’s advised Congressional oversight and accountability. Please hold your U.S. House and Senate members accountable for Congress’s perverted Veteran Care.

The complete 16 paragraph “STATE OF COURT” transcript is available on request. Previously at, and now missing from the Chief Judges and state_of_court sites: and







OCTOBER 17-18, 1994

{as it appears in Veterans Appeals Reporter}”

——————–PARAGRAPH 9 of 16 in “STATE OF COURT” TRANSCRIPT records DVA laymen ignoring medical opinion without veteran recourse.—————————–

“I believe my message is clear. There is, I suggest, no system with judicial review which has within it a component part free to function in its own way, in its own time and with one message to those it disappoints — take an appeal. That is, I am afraid, what we have today in many of the Department’s Agencies of Original Jurisdiction — that is AOJs — around the country. Neither the Court, through the Board, the Board, nor the General Counsel has direct and meaningful control over the Agencies of Original Jurisdiction. Indeed, it is also clear that the VHA — the Veterans Health Administration — ignores specific directives to provide medical opinions as directed. And this is resulting in unconscionable delays. Let us examine judicial review. Remember, the Court and the Board do not make policy, the Secretary and Congress do. The Court simply identifies error made below by a failure to adhere, in individual cases, to the Constitution, statutes, and regulations which themselves reflect policy — policy freely ignored by many initial adjudicators whose attitude is, “I haven’t been told by my boss to change. If you don’t like it — appeal it.” (Emphasis added)

The top medically ignorant “boss” is Congress’s confirmed “Secretary” of the DVA.

AND THE CONGRESS’S “policy freely ignored” UNITED STATES CODE law of the land Health Care take away from Veterans:

§ 511. Decisions of the Secretary; finality


“(a) The Secretary shall decide all questions of law and fact necessary to a decision by the Secretary under a law that affects the provision of benefits by the Secretary to veterans or the dependents or survivors of veterans. Subject to subsection (b), THE DECISION OF THE SECRETARY AS TO ANY SUCH QUESTION SHALL BE FINAL AND CONCLUSIVE AND MAY NOT BE REVIEWED BY ANY OTHER OFFICIAL OR BY ANY COURT, whether by an action in the nature of mandamus or otherwise.” (Emphasis added)

THEREFORE, NO COURT REVIEW OF THE MEDICALLY UNTRAINED laymen “initial adjudicators” “schedule of ratings for disabilities” decisions as proven by:


§ 7252. Jurisdiction; finality of decisions

“(b) Review in the Court shall be on the record of proceedings before the Secretary and the Board. The extent of the review shall be limited to the scope provided in section 7261 of this title. THE COURT MAY NOT REVIEW THE SCHEDULE OF RATINGS FOR DISABILITIES adopted under section 1155 of this title or any action of the Secretary in adopting or revising that schedule.” (Emphasis added.)

You say you are a veteren or at least very sypathetic to Veterens and Veteren’s organizations. Sypathetic to the virtue that at least Vietnam Vets should tell the truth or be told the truth about Vietnam or in any operation they were in.

You, the Editor, state that you are for the genuine virtue of the Veteren, The great Protector of Liberty.

Yet, you are really not a defender of any liberty, or any freedom of anyone. According you your words to Mr Alex Boros letters of 9/21/12 and 10/5/12, the little people should stop of forms of thinking because you are “all knowing” and we the citizens should just follow along.

The most precious of any Right we have is the Right to Vote. Everyone should go into the voting booths everytime and vote for the candidate that best reflects their morals, values and convictions. This should be sacred.

Mr. Alex Boros of Rochester wrote two letters to the Gazette, 9/21/12 ad 10/5 and you savagely marginilized him and yes, i will call it, verbally bullied him for wanting to go into the voting both this past election day and vote his conscience. What could be more American? I thought that is why we vote in the first place.

But you instead you used your suppossed right of free speech as a “journalist” to “rant” against him for wanting more choices so he could freely vote for his morals, values and convictions. He saw (and rightly so) no difference between either Romney or Obama. He is factually correct and I saw no difference between Hassan or Lamontagne or Guinta and “our Carole” this past election season.

I will never apologize and will never be remorseful for my Nader vote in 2000 (or in 1996 or 2004 for that matter). I did what every American should do every election day. Vote for the best candidate they feel could be preside over this country. The candidate that most reflects our morals, values, convictions hopes and dreams for America. Our most freeist form of political participation.

Oh I am very sorry that it may offend you that people actually should vote their morals, condictions, values and conscience. That voting for two evils still brings you evil. If you vote for evil, you will get it every single time. We are after all a representative democracy. That sacred liberty and right we have to vote should be used to vote FOR someone instead of voting for someone to block against someone or something else.

You owe Mr. Boros a public apology for suggesting he eat marshmellows and even move to another state where is vote in NH would not count.

These kind of cruel statements, made in public, to a citizen who may frequent one of your advertisers, shows the treatment you may of received when you came home from Vietnam was well deserved. Ridiculing, in public, one’s voting intentions based on conscience does not make you a patriot. It certainly does not make you worthy of any parade attendence because it is obvious you forgot what the military code actually stands for and what you are obliged to defend……..The Constitution.

Mr. Boros is much more a patriot then you will ever be regardless of how many bullets you may of dodged. You Mr. Fowle have shown your true colors.

Mr Boros was right. If you have the testicular fortitude left in you, I suggest you read these arcticles as to why Mr. Boros and I have been right for years.

Nadar said it 2000 and Mr. Boros was just reminding everyone in his two letters, there is no difference between the parties. You consistantly in your pages blame the Democrats of having no backbone but for some reason we have this “obligation” to re-elect them because who knows what kind of evil may come if we do not. Evil is what we have had the last 40 years and evil remains. Happy now? Welcome home Mr. Fowle. Thank you Mr. Boros for pointing out “inconvenient truths” that some people just don’t appreciate…


Hi New Hampshire Gazette —

Roy Zimmerman is a nationally known satirical songwriter, often compared to Tom Lehrer and Phil Ochs. Think “Daily Show with a guitar.” I wanted to let you know about two of Roy’s upcoming shows, one in Exeter and one in Portsmouth.

In 2012, Roy traveled 47,000 to do 161 shows in 49 states. He claims responsibility for Barack Obama’s reelection, a claim which is somewhat exaggerated. So you can see what Roy’s up to, here’s a link to his “Chickenhawk,” a song inspired by your Chickenhawk Hall of Shame – . Here’s “I’m In” – .

And here’s a press release. Thanks for taking a look and a listen,

Lee Martin

Metaphor Records


– 415-722-9270 – (photo available)


“It’s a big, big country full of all kinds of people,” says satirical songwriter Roy Zimmerman, “but there’s one thing we can all agree on. And when I find out what that is, I’ll let you know.” He’s bringing his funny songs about Peace and Justice to New Hampshire for two performances.

Sunday, April 21 at 7 pm, Roy will perform his show “Wake Up Call” at the First UU Society of Exeter, 12 Elm Street. Tuesday, May 7 at 7 pm, Roy’s “Wake Up Call” comes to the UU Church of Portsmouth, 292 State Street. Admission for both shows is or pay what you can.

The world is full of funny songs, but Zimmerman’s hilarious, rhyme-intensive originals are also incisive calls to action, smart, savvy and undeniable. “Wake Up Call” is ninety minutes of these songs – funny songs like “Abstain With Me” and “I Want a Marriage Like They Had In the Bible,” heartfelt songs like “Hope, Struggle and Change” and “I Approve This Message,” and impassioned comic commentary.

In thirteen albums over twenty years, Roy has brought the sting of satire to the struggle for Peace and Social Justice. His songs have been heard on HBO and Showtime. He has recorded for Warner/Reprise Records. He’s been profiled on NPR’s “All Things Considered.” Zimmerman’s YouTube videos have amassed over seven million views, and he’s a featured blogger for the Huffington Post.

In 2012, Roy and his wife and co-writer Melanie Harby traveled 47,000 miles to 161 shows in 49 states. “Even in the Reddest of states,” Zimmerman reports, “we found Bright Blue Dots — groups of people huddled together to do Progressive work where it most needs to be done.”

In every state Roy and Melanie visited they wrote a new verse to their song, “Vote Republican” (), each one taking a different satirical slant on the GOP election year agenda. In the version recorded in Hyde Park, NV, for instance, Roy sits down with the statues of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt and teaches them how to save a faltering economy in words taken directly from Mitt Romney’s website ().

Roy’s songs take aim at politics, of course; there’s a plaintive lament about how hard it is “To Be a Liberal,” a rollicking indictment of the “Socialist” policies of George W. Bush and Richard Nixon, a tender ode to “Citizens United.” There are social targets as well; a lesson in “Creation Science 101,” a lambasting of the “Defenders of Marriage” who oppose same-sex unions, a “Sing-Along Second Amendment.”

At times though, Roy wears his heart on his Left sleeve. “Hope and Change is what you voted for,” he sings, “…but you know the slogan always needed just one more word: Hope, Struggle and Change.”

“He simultaneously inspires me and makes me laugh my ass off,” says comedian/author Paul Krassner.

Sing Out! Magazine writes, “Zimmerman is a guy on the left skewering folks on the right with rapier-sharp lyrics … underneath the caustic satire is a man who is surprisingly optimistic.”

“Zimmerman lifted the evening,” reports Stephen Holden in the New York Times, “squawking and clucking his scorn with a contagious irreverence.”

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New Hampshire Community Rights Network (NHCRN) OP-ED on the Northern Pass

Representatives from the Northern Pass will be courting New Hampshire people over the next few weeks to convince us that, “the project is a done deal” and that, “we’ll get used to it”. They’ll inflate the job story. Talk about tax benefits to the community. Spin the project as renewable energy and claim their vision is in our best interests.

A good salesman can convince consumers to buy stuff – that’s his job. Our job is to sit up and pay attention. To spot a good deal when we find it and a lie when we hear it. The skill of deception can be overcome by an examination of the facts.

The land and the reputation that we’ve inherited from our ancestors have been built from strong stock. Whether we’ve lived close to the land here for generations or have come “from away” to escape the industrialization of our former homes, we have learned how to adapt to a climate that changes practically every ten minutes. The one thing that will never change is our love for the mountains, rivers, streams, and rural communities that is more than a backdrop picture for our lives.

We’ve been sending a strong message to Hydro-Quebec, Northern Pass and the corporate partnership built on the promise of more, for over three years. We understand that it takes people seven times before they can hear and internalize new material. We wonder if there is a learning impairment involved that prevents the corporate ownership of one of the most destructive hydroelectric projects on the planet from comprehending the meaning of “no”, or the message of, “not now, not ever.”

The New Hampshire of our grandparents’ time is not the New Hampshire of today. We’ve accelerated our way of life with technologies that exceed the dreams (and nightmares) of our forerunners. We’ve inherited a beautiful countryside and a way of life that harkens back to simpler times and holds the potential for better times to come. We have a responsibility to protect that way of life from utter ruin and to answer for it to our grandchildren when they ask us, “What did you do to preserve New Hampshire?”

There are some corporate executives whose vision of New Hampshire is built on the hope that the towers and transmission lines planned in their dreams will appear as real dollars in their bank accounts. The vision of New Hampshire people looks altogether different. It does not include supporting corruption, lies, or the displacement of people from their ancestral homelands to profit corporate shareholders, wealthy executives and the Province of Quebec. We do not feel obligated out of any sense of fairness to comply with a corporate design built on the personal sacrifices of our neighbors, friends and family members.

If New Hampshire needs more energy, we should create statewide initiatives to support and allow local communities to replace fossil fuel consumption with sustainable energy solutions that reflect our way of life. We never asked for, nor do we require, any foreign or corporate entity to create and impose policies on our people without our consent. In fact, we wonder at the capability of any federal or state policy makers to develop anything beyond a good deal for industry that is a bad deal for us.

We’re greater than the sum of all of our parts. It’s time to stand up for our communities and our values. To not back down, never apologize and never compromise on rights. Government of right originates in the people and operates by consent. The State operates at the peoples’ behest, not the other way around. This is not an argument about electricity it’s an argument about rights. No permit for the project, no compromise on rights and no Northern Pass. Not in my backyard, not in anyone’s backyard. Not now, not ever.

The New Hampshire Community Rights Network (NHCRN)
Barnstead, NH 03225

Local representatives:
Gail Darrell, Barnstead
Peter Anderson, Sugar Hill
Pam Martin, Plymouth
Cindy Kudlik, Grafton
Alexis Eynon, Thornton
Emily Eynon, Thornton
Nancy Martland, Sugar Hill
Dorothy MacPhaul, Sugar Hill
Elizabeth Terp, Thornton
Pete Martin, Plymouth


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