I don’t know how a Super Bowl can be both exciting *and* a total stinker, but that’s what happened…
SiriusXM Insight 121 has taken the show on the road for a day of broadcasts from the University of New Hampshire, just one day before the New Hampshire Primary. Plus, a comedy show featuring Pete Dominick, John Fugelsang and Dean Obeidallah at The Pressroom in Portsmouth, NH. We’re calling it The Electoral Collage Tour and we hope to see you out there along the way.
Meanwhile…Today on Stand Up!
UNH Political Science professor, Stacy Vandeveer, spoke with Pete all about the Primary and New Hampshire’s unique political history.
John Carroll, UNH Professor of Environmental Conservation, joined us to talk about sustainable living, local food & farming, and climate concerns for New England.
In hour two, we held a friendly discussion between two campus political leaders: Alex Fries of the UNH College Republicans president and co-president of the UNH College Democrats, Doug Marino.
Then, comic and New Hampshire favorite, Juston McKinney stopped by to make the funny with the Pete. Juston will be at the Capitol Center for the Arts in Concord, NH April 2nd.
Hour three brought another one of our patented, one-of-a-kind, industry-leading roundtable discussions, this time on the opioid addiction epidemic that’s rotting New England from the inside out. Sitting on the panel: UNH-Manchester lecturer and clinical neuropsychologist, Daniel Seichepine; UNH law professor and Director of Health Law and Policy Programs, Lucy Hodder; and FedCap Director of Recovery Services in New Hampshire, Sandi Coyle, whose own recovery from opioid addiction greatly informed the discussion.
Last but not least, Pete welcomed Juston back to talk with local NH businessman Peter Egelston, who as President and co-founder of Smuttynose Brewing Company, has been part of the local landscape for decades.
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