Day: September 7, 2017

Formal Submission to Trump Election Commission

CNHT has been diligently documenting voter fraud since 2000. Here is Part One of our submission to the Trump Election Integrity Commission for today’s deadline. You will see it covers the statutes involved in the recent discovery of 5,300 noncitizen voters.

“Honestly, I wish she’d just shut the **ck up and go away.”

On Mrs. Bill Clinton and her new book. “The best thing she could do is disappear,” said one former Clinton fundraiser and surrogate described as having an active role at the party’s convention. “She’s doing harm to all of us because of her own selfishness. Honestly, I wish she’d just shut the **ck up and …

“Honestly, I wish she’d just shut the **ck up and go away.” Read More »

NY High Court: No state constitutional right to assisted suicide

New York’s Highest Court says there is no constitutional right to assisted suicide. An Excerpt of the Decision care of the Volokh Conspiracy. We have consistently adopted the well-established distinction between refusing life-sustaining treatment and assisted suicide. The right to refuse medical intervention is at least partially rooted in notions of bodily integrity, as the right …

NY High Court: No state constitutional right to assisted suicide Read More »

Democrat Party Chair Ray Buckley’s Hypocrisy On Extremism

New Hampshire Democrat Party Chair Ray Buckley doesn’t even have the decency to apologize for implying that thousands of likely New Hampshire voters are white supremacists. Instead, he has a spokesman spin his treachery to blame Republicans. “The Republican outrage apparatus is expectedly taking this comment out of context to manufacture controversy,” Ronan said. “Chairman …

Democrat Party Chair Ray Buckley’s Hypocrisy On Extremism Read More »

Irma – the most fantastic (to date) of a hurricane eye wall

“This was taken earlier today by the new GOES-16 weather satellite, which has been producing some fantastic hi-res imagery of Hurricane Irma, This video, from NASA’s Short-term Prediction Research and Transition Center (SPoRT) in Huntsville, AL, tops anything I’ve ever seen.” (H/T: Watts Up With That)

Our Federal politicians never think that the money they spend isn’t theirs’

SHOT: House Overwhelmingly Passes $7.9 Billion Harvey Aid Package By a 419-3 vote, the House of Representatives passed an initial $7.9 billion aid package to help victims of Hurricane Harvey in Texas and Louisiana. The bill is now on its way to the Senate — where some have said an increase to the nation’s debt ceiling …

Our Federal politicians never think that the money they spend isn’t theirs’ Read More »

Data Point – Private guns in the US

The number of private firearms in the United States continues to soar. According to Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, (ATF) figures just released, the number of firearms added to the private stock in 2015 was 12,945,416…The 2015 numbers bring the total number of private firearms in the United States to 388.5 million… And …

Data Point – Private guns in the US Read More »

Where’s the “…Need Not Apply” Sign?

Not saying they got the idea from Councilor Volinsky, but it seems a pair of U.S. Senators think the no-religious-test thing in the Constitution has been quietly deactivated. From a commentary by Tiffany Bates in The Daily Signal: “Do you consider yourself an orthodox Catholic?” is an unusual and inappropriate question for a senator to ask …

Where’s the “…Need Not Apply” Sign? Read More »