To: New Hampshire State Supreme Court, From: Coalition of NH Taxpayers Chairman, Ed Naile

by Ed Naile June 6, 2018

To: New Hampshire State Supreme Court From: Coalition of NH Taxpayers Chairman, Ed Naile 8 North Main St. Concord, NH 03301 Re: Court Review of NH Election Law Legislation Date: May 29, 2018 M E M O R A N D U M    OF    L A W Statement of Facts: New Hampshire has […]

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What Ed Naile Found in The Manchester Voter Checklist

by Steve MacDonald March 29, 2018

Ed Naile got his hands on a copy of the Manchester, New Hampshire voter checklist. He joins me to explore some familiar names he discovered that are still in there.   Follow this program on iTunes Also Available on Google Play

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More Tales of Local Government Malfeasance

by Steve MacDonald March 22, 2018

Everyone talks about big government incompetence and malfeasance, but it starts at the local and town level. Ed Naile is back to touch on a handful of local issues some of which you may be having (or have had) in your town and might not even know it.   Follow this program on iHeartRadio Also […]

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Have a Bridge I Want to Sell Ya

by Ed Naile March 18, 2018

Back in 1991, I was the Clerk of the Works for a new fire station in the Town of Deering. This means I was at every Selectman’s meeting giving them updates. We put up a two-story, two-bay fire station in seven weekends, with a well and septic, including land purchase, for $30,000.00. At the same […]

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Ed Naile Presents a Classic Case of Compelled Speech by Local Government

by Steve MacDonald March 16, 2018

Ed Naile, Chairman of the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers explains the how, what, where, and why of a clear-cut case of compelled speech by the Town of Newbury, New Hampshire and it doesn’t get any more damning than this. Listen to the evidence and find out what Ed plans to do next. Follow this […]

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Ed Naile Explains The FEC Complaint and Ruling Against Bernie Sanders

by Steve MacDonald March 8, 2018

CNHT Chairman Ed Naile walks me through the backstory leading up to an FEC complaint that resulted in a $14,500.00 fine levied against Bernie Sanders for colluding with Australian Socialists in his 2016 Presidential Campaign. We also discuss the FEC ruling and what it means for New Hampshire Elections. Follow us on Google Play Also Available on […]

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Bill O’Brien to Request a Criminal Investigation Into the Sanders 2016 Pres. Campaign

by Steve MacDonald March 4, 2018

Yesterday former New Hampshire House Speaker Bill O’Brien, in a public Facebook post, released a letter he is sending to the U.S. Department of Justice, requesting a criminal investigation into the Bernie Sander’s 2016 Presidential campaign based on the Federal Election Commissions fine which we reported here.

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A Connecticut Voter in Ed Naile’s New Hampshire ‘Court’

by Steve MacDonald March 1, 2018

Isabella Arms is an out-of-state tuition paying UNH student who registered and voted in Connecticut’s presidential primary and then voted in the general election in New Hampshire. Ed Naile has all the details. Also Available on Google Play

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Fake News, Junk News, NO News

by Ed Naile February 7, 2018

A funny thing happened on the way to the junkyard story in New Boston – the story disappeared from WMUR. Set the “Way-Back Machine” for the second week in January when CNHT started helping John and Mona Winslow, owners of Duke’s Garage in that town. I went to meet them and was sitting in the […]

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Requiring Legislative Approval Before RPC’s Can Accept Federal Funds.

by Steve MacDonald January 23, 2018

There will be a public hearing tomorrow, 01/24/2018 at 02:00 PM in Legislative Office Building (LOB) Room 301 on HB 1616 that would require legislative approval before regional planning commissions could accept federal money. If you cannot testify in person, please write to the Municipal and County Government Committeeand ask them to support this bill. HOUSE BILL […]

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International Right to Know and The New Hampshire Connection

by Ed Naile September 29, 2017

For several years, The Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers has been offering workshops on the Right to Know Law, RSA 91-A, its foundation in our State Constitution and how a taxpayer group can use it in uncovering municipal corruption. Granite Grok filmed one such workshop. So far, CNHT has had attendees from South Korea, the […]

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Formal Submission to Trump Election Commission

by Ed Naile September 7, 2017

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.

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Get Local NH Taxpayer Group Town Domain Names Cheap!!!

by Steve MacDonald August 2, 2017

CNHT has been holding on to a list of abandoned or likely taxpayer or local activist group domain names by New Hampshire town. If you’ve considered starting or re-starting one or would like to hang on to an available name just in case, they’ve got a list of 79 domain names for towns from Amherst, Atkinson, […]

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The Election Law Commission Is Coming To Town

by Ed Naile July 11, 2017

In a few months, maybe weeks, the President Trump Election Commission will start taking public testimony. This has the leftist, progressives, Marxists, college professors of gibberish, and our star media all in a panic, to say the least. They will plead there is no need for an election commission to investigate how Federal Elections are […]

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CNHT Picnic: Andy Sanborn is Running for Congress in NH CD-1

by Steve MacDonald July 10, 2017

State Senator Andy Sanborn, speaking at the CNHT Picnic this past weekend, took a few minutes to offer a short, simple set of reasons to support him for Congress in New Hampshire CD-1 in 2018. Audio 5 min 14 sec. GrokTalk! and GraniteGrok contribute to the New Media Militia

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Kimberly Morin: Democrats are Lying

by Steve MacDonald July 9, 2017

Recorded live from the CNHT taxpayer Picnic, our own Kimberly Morin from NH Political Buzz and Girard at Large, emphasizes a few important points we all need to remember. New Hampshire Democrat leadership is lying about the Trump election commission. Democrats are making their voters look like idiots. In case you forgot, Obama had an […]

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Should John Burt Run Against Dem. State Sen. Lou D’Allesandro?

by Steve MacDonald July 9, 2017

House Rep. John Burt talks about the media, constitutional carry, what a waste of space Washington DC is, and his next run for public office. Should he run for Congress, challenge Democrat Lou D’Allesandro for the NH State Senate, or how about staying in the NH House and running for Speaker? 7′ 33″ Recorded live […]

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Election Fraud is Real

by Steve MacDonald July 8, 2017

From the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers Annual Taxpayer Picnic, CNHT Chairman Ed Naile talks about voter fraud, the Trump Election Commission, and cases of actual vote fraud in New Hampshire.  

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94,610 Potential Out-Of-State Double Registrants on NH Voter Rolls

by Steve MacDonald May 31, 2017

CNHT has released the results of Hew Hampshire’s participation in the Interstate Crosscheck Program, before, as they point out, the Secretary of State – who is probably crafting a carefully worded explanation or a means to dismiss the obvious. Back in November of 2016, NH joined the Interstate Crosscheck Program which matches the First, Middle […]

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Press Release: CNHT – The New Hampshire Budget

by Steve MacDonald March 30, 2017

For Immediate Release Coalition of NH Taxpayers 8 North Main St #4 Concord NH 03301 March 29, 2017 Concord, NH — The House deadline to pass a budget is April 6th, and the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers is very concerned. Over the past four years, we have seen a net increase under Gov. Hassan […]

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Opening a Can of Voter Fraud Worms

by Ed Naile October 5, 2016

The Public Interest Legal Foundation, representing the American Civil Rights Union, has opened up a can of voter fraud worms in the City of Philadelphia, specifically convicted felon voters voting illegally. Philly is known for letting uniformed Black Panthers patrol election stations and zero Republican votes cast in many wards in the city. You can […]

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Live from the CNHT Picnic

by Steve MacDonald July 9, 2016
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Mike is was Live from the annual CNHT Taxpayer Family Picnic in Manchester New Hampshire. Full video to be posted later. Straw Poll results: Governor Edelblut: 113 Sununu: 46 Gatsas: 24 Senate Ayotte: 79 Rubens: 78 Day: 15 CD1 Guinta: 81 Ashooh: 77 Kelly: 15 CD2 Lawrence: 112 Babiarz: 15 Flanagan: 13

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Whereby NH GOP Chair Jennifer Horn proves herself to be a political opportunist – again

by Skip February 15, 2016

If this was true, the NH GOP really WOULD have been all over the Voter Fraud issue for years.  So, do a Nexus-Lexus search and you’ll see the hollowness of her claim – nada, zilch, zero. Why? I have been told by high ranking NH GOP officials that the reason why this ready made issue […]

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Palate Cleanser – This is for Ed Naile

by Skip February 10, 2016

Ed is a Grokster but more importantly, as Chair of CNHT, he fights for NH taxpayers in kinds of ways – including Voter Fraud.  But he is a professional arborist and stages the Stihl sponsored Lumberjack competitions.  When I saw this, I immediately thought of Ed KNOWING he could be doing this breakdown in his […]

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Derek Castonguay Hits The DOMICILE Lottery!!!

by Ed Naile November 7, 2015

Manchester resident Derek Castonguay (domiciled in Manchester for voting and legal purposes) has turned himself in to authorities on, November 6, 2015, for knowingly making a false material statement regarding his qualifications to vote in the town of Salem . Seems he knowingly used a fake address to vote in Salem instead of Manchester . […]

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GrokTALK! for the week of 10/24/2015 the video!

by Skip October 24, 2015

Finally, back in studio and only had to schlep the equipment from around the corner (for some reason, all the parking spaces in front of the building were taken – must be the yoga lady class starting earlier.  Be glad when “their” part of Concord’s Main Street reconstruction is finally finished…). A lively show: Segment […]

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NHCCS Constitution Day – Ed Naile, Chair of CNHT: The Left’s Assault on American Freedom: Voter Fraud

by Skip September 22, 2015

Before the main Ballroom events at the Portsmouth Harborside Sheraton started, there were four breakout sessions held in other rooms.  One of the speakers was Ed Naile, Chair of the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers, and his topic was an update on Voter Fraud.    Part 1                                    Part 2 Part 3:                                    Part 4:

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CNHT Picnic – Health Compact, National Heritage Center for Constitutional Studies, and Max Abramson

by Skip July 28, 2015

Almost to the end of the videos (yes, it has been a bit of time since the last one – Life, folks!). This installment has: Keith Carlson for the Health Compact legislative movement Peter Hinkle for the National Heritage Center for Constitutional Studies Max Abramson Keith Carlson, Health Compact

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CNHT Picnic – NH Families for Education / School Choice NH and the John Birch Society

by Skip July 22, 2015

Like I said, a lot of small organizations laser focused on specific issues here in NH and the march continued at the CNHT Annual Picnic. Two of those came up at the same time:  NH Families for Education and School Choice NH represented by Michelle Levell and Doris Hohensee.  Both on the issue of education […]

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CNHT Picnic – NH Liberty Alliance and Claremont Citizens for Lower Taxes

by Skip July 21, 2015

One thing about NH is that there are all kinds of advocacy and educational groups of just about any issue people are talking about.  No, not generally all that large but they are passionate about what they do and what they are about. On the political side is the NH Liberty Alliance – a group […]

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