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The NH Supreme Court Guts ‘Legal Standing’

by Steve MacDonald August 31, 2014
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We intend to address this aspect of the recent NH supreme court decision that vacated judge Lewis on the education tax credit.  The impact of the courts ruling on legal standing is enormous, and needs more detailed exploration. For now, I’ll share this from Gary Rayno. On Friday, there was scant mention of the court […]

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NH Supreme Court Upholds NH Education Tax Credit -Kids Win, Maggie Hassan And Democrats Lose

by Steve MacDonald August 28, 2014
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The NH State  Supreme Court Upholds NH Education Tax Credit.  The ACLU, Bill Duncan, Maggie Hassan, Barry Lynn and others…lose. Kids and parents who want their kids to have a shot at attending the better schools or just having more choices – Win! Court (Lewis, J.) ruling in favor of the petitioners, eight individual New […]

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Hannah Rivers Never Voted In New Hampshire

by Steve MacDonald September 18, 2013
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Having certified before a New Hampshire court that she, Nebraska resident and UNH student Hannah Rivers, not only sought relief to vote in New Hampshire, she indicated that she intended to vote in New Hampshire. But she never voted in New Hampshire. Despite having over 40 days, including election day, after getting a judge to […]

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Where Did Bryan Gregory Griffith Vote Absentee From?

by Steve MacDonald August 14, 2013
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The Arborist just touched on it, I’m going to beat it with a bat.  (A Democrat approved methodology, let us not forget.) Martha Fuller Clark’s memory is not terribly reliable.  So we probably can’t ask her to explain why a Lawyer from Arkansas (Bauxite AR to be exact) used her address to vote using a […]

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NH School Tax Credit Challenged

by Steve MacDonald January 9, 2013

I don’t have time to fisk the particulars yet but the ACLU and Barry Lynn of American’s United for the Separation of Church and State have filed a suit declaring the recently passed new Hampshire School Scholarship tax credit unconstitutional because it would (could) divert tax dollars to be spent at Religious schools. Actually. .. […]

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Liberals Lie about Guns … and frankly just about everything else

by Don December 21, 2012

We can always count on James Veverka (on 12/19/2012 in the Laconia Daily Sun, laconiadailysun.com) to respond irrationally (hopefully he doesn’t have a gun), and suppress some, and misstate other, facts. First. No “rightwinger”, no second amendment supporter believes there should be no controls on access to guns. But, they do believe criminals who use […]

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GrokTALK! Special Interview: Ed Naile of CNHT on his Motion for Intervention in the ACLU Voter ID lawsuit

by Skip September 30, 2012

Ed Naile, Chair of the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers (CNHT) filed a motion of intervention in the ACLU lawsuit against the new Voter ID act (passed by both the NH House and NH Senate, vetoed by Gov John “Do Nuttin’” Lynch, and then overridden by both the NH House and Senate to become law.  […]

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Where Does Hannah Rivers Actually “Live?” (Hint: It doesn’t matter)

by Steve MacDonald September 26, 2012

Domicile, Domicile, where for art thou Domicile?  Or perhaps, ” A transient Domicile by any other name would be as….whatever.”  If you are an out of state college student where you live doesn’t matter, so where you vote does not matter either, and when I say doesn’t matter, I mean it doesn’t matter where in […]

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NH Voter ID Law Challanged by Democrat Front Groups Too Stupid To Be Able To Breathe on Their Own

by Steve MacDonald September 12, 2012

This is really just too good to be true, right?  The Left Wing League of Women Voters and the American Uncivil Left-Wing-Liberties Union, have filed suit in New Hampshire on behalf of four “out of state college students” who want to vote here, but don’t want to be subject to any other laws pertaining to […]

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Revisiting Censorship In the Wake Of “Nickel And Dimed..”

by Steve MacDonald December 19, 2010

Most claims of censorship tend to focus on the presumption that any particular limitation violates our constitutional right to free speech. This is of course entirely the fault of the ACLU which has fought to expand the umbrella of what is meant by “free speech” to things that have nothing whatsoever to do with protecting the right to publicly object to the acts or interests of government without fear of oppression

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