College Students

Illegals Crossing Border Have More Rights Than College Students Accused of Rape

by Steve MacDonald July 18, 2014
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Instapundit Illegals Crossing Border Have More Rights Than College Students Accused of Rape WASHINGTON, D.C.: Tens of thousands of illegal immigrants, both children and adults, now streaming across the border, have more procedural protections – like the right to an impartial hearing, to require the production of documents, to present evidence, to cross examine those […]

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Well next time, don’t get on that Democrat / OFA bus!

by Skip March 18, 2014

Stories abound about how the college kids were turned out on election day for Obama – and the down ticket Democrats as well.  Send the vans!  Send the buses!  Getting the college kids on board (literally and figuratively) for voting for Obama was a big part of their game plan and they did NOT disappoint.  […]

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It’s Not Vote Suppression If They Can Vote Absentee Where They Actually Live.

by Steve MacDonald February 23, 2014
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Yesterday, while speaking with Ed Naile on GrokTALK!, I brought up the Democrats claims that we are suppressing votes.  That objecting to out-of-state Democrat operatives or out-of-state-rate-tuition-paying college students voting in New Hampshire is a form of vote suppression.   These are people with multiple “domiciles,” a duplicitous “presence,” in multiple states.  (Many of them are […]

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What is More Likely To Intimidate Voters…

by Steve MacDonald September 12, 2013

What is more likely to intimidate voters and create vote suppression? Asking college students and campaign workers to complete an absentee ballot for their home state, or… …a cabal of OFA campaign workers, college students, Democrats, judges, and the AG’s office institutionalizing ballot box stuffing by out of state residents that makes your vote meaningless. […]

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Why The Town Of Durham Is Arbitrary To Landlords

by Rick Olson March 20, 2013

“Even in Hell the peasant will have to serve the landlord, for, while the landlord is boiling in a cauldron the peasant will have to put wood under it” —Russian Proverb The Union Leader featured a story on Monday night, “Durham to landlords: Safety standards stand.” Landlords (or to use the contemporary term) Property Owners, […]

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So College Kids Should Be Allowed to Vote In NH, Even if They never Went to College in NH?

by Steve MacDonald February 1, 2013

Meet Emanuel Yekutiel.  Emanuel left Los Angeles, where his parents live, to go to College in Massachusetts.  According to Ed Naile at NH Insider, Emanuel is listed as living at 33 Stetson Ct., Williamstown, Ma. 01267. But in 2012 he voted from 3 Woodley Rd in Lebanon New Hampshire, more than 100 miles away from […]

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How About a Cocktail Tax?

by Steve MacDonald January 19, 2013

A social services advocacy group called New Futures recently promoted a study that suggested a cost recovery tax per drink on all cocktails in New Hampshire.  They (or the study they promoted) claim that excessive drinking costs the state as much as 1.15 billion per year.  The tax could/would, help offset those costs. New Hampshire […]

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Are We at Their “Collective” Mercy?

by Steve MacDonald November 20, 2012

The State Constitution says that you must be domiciled in New Hampshire to vote here. The legal definition of domicile is your residence.  By law you can only have one of these. But Judge Lewis allowed the ACLU’s “love the one you are with” definition of domicile to supersede the common law definition.  Anyone can […]

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Bipolar Domicile Syndrome…For Voting Purposes…

by Steve MacDonald August 14, 2012

The New Hampshire TEA Party Republican Legislature did a lot more than just eliminate the 800 Million dollar deficit Democrats willingly left behind, while writing a balanced budget, and estimating revenues that came in on target.  They also managed to repair some damage to election law in regard to domicile. SB318, vetoed by Governor Lynch, […]

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