Roy Morrison


Democratic Hopefuls Parade Through New Hampshire

By Roy Morrison

MERRIMACK, N.H. — It’s one of the oddities of American politics that this most parochial and atypical of states has so much to say about selecting presidents.As such, one would imagine that local parades — especially local July 4th parades — would be teeming with contenders for the job. But they won’t have them in Warner. NotRead More


The Stuff Stump Speeches Are Made Of

By Roy Morrison

I’m standing with my son Sam outside of Bookends, our local bookstore, on Main St. in Warner, N.H. A man on a mission, my book “Tax Pollution, Not Income” under my arm. We’re waiting for former Vermont governor Howard Dean. The candidate is late. The rain’s just stopped, and it’s almost sunny.The place is packed, 200 people jammed intoRead More


The Old Man Of the Mountain

By Roy Morrison

It was a big game for the Warner team in the Kearsarge Mountain League. The first against the Hopkinton Yankees. My son Sam had a good day. Three singles, two walks, played first without an error. Batting second, he stood at the plate with style, a nice rhythmic hip wag as the pitcher wound up. Afterwards, he told me, the first time at the plateRead More


Sunday Afternoon at the Three Tomatoes With Howard Dean

By Roy Morrison

In New Hampshire, it’s the season. Snow in the mountains. Ice on the roads. Skiers on the lifts. Presidential candidates trying to romance and recruit the political people and activists that can still make the difference in New Hampshire. The battle’s begun. Not the war to topple Saddam Hussein, but the bloodless political conflict between theRead More



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