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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Isabella Katherine Arms – Connecticut Resident Voting in New Hampshire

by Ed Naile February 14, 2018

Ladies and gentlemen who serve on this NH jury, meet Isabella Katherine Arms, dob 4/29/1998, 63 Pine Mountain Road, Ridgefield, CT. 06877. This dean’s list CT./University of NH student is a burgeoning political activist working to forward one of the NH Democrats most dear-to-their-hearts issues – Super-enfranchisement of out-of-state college voters. Isabella writes,

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Connecticut’s Dannel Malloy Sings Progressive Siren Call That NH Democrats Should Answer

by Steve MacDonald January 9, 2018

I’d bet someone else’s money that New Hampshire Democrats are jealous of Connecticut and Dannel Malloy. Since 2011 he’s raised taxes at least three times, and instead of balancing the budget with those taxes he overspent each time creating a new deficit requiring more tax increases. If we jumped in our way-back machine to the mid-to-late […]

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How NH Discriminates Against its Own Qualified Citizen Voters

by Ed Naile September 15, 2017

Under the current unconstitutional “state law” a non-resident voter can give a “domicile address” for voting while his out of state “residence” remains exempt from New Hampshire’s RSA 91-A Right to Know Law. So, a college student using a dormitory as a “voting domicile” and who also pays out-of-state tuition to one of NH’s state colleges […]

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Connecticut Democrat Arrested on 19 Voting Fraud Charges

by Steve MacDonald November 23, 2015
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HARTFORD >> State Rep. Christina “Tita” Ayala, D-Bridgeport, was arrested Friday on 19 voting fraud charges. Ayala, 31, is accused of voting in local and state elections in districts she did not live, the Chief State’s Attorney’s Office said in a press release. The arrest warrant affidavit also alleges Ayala provided fabricated evidence to state […]

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Carl Robert Gibson – Footloose And Fancy Free – For A While

by Ed Naile July 30, 2015

Yesterday I went to the Concord District Court on Clinton St. to see what our vote thief pal Carl Robert Gibson might be driving these days – as he showed up for his Probable Cause hearing for impersonating now State Representative Yvonne Dean-Bailey. Lo and Behold it appears Carl might just be on foot! The […]

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Why suffer when Progressive Paradises are so close?

by Don May 20, 2014

Last weekend I traveled through beautiful parts of Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New York. These nearby beautiful states do all the things that New Hampshire Progressives/Liberals/Socialists complain that New Hampshire doesn’t do. It’s a shame that we have so many unhappy citizens when these Progressive paradises are so close. Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New York have huge […]

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“…governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed.”

by Skip March 24, 2014

The full line from the US Declaration of Independence is: “That to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed.”  Meaning that the American philosophy that we allow ourselves (we give our consent) to be governed by our elected Representatives.  Which also means that there […]

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It’s Worse Down South – A Letter From Connecticut

by Mike March 10, 2014

Legislators just ‘doing something’, hastily crafted laws that ban popular rifles, making lawful gun-owners into felons…… And those citizens determining to quietly ignore the faulty law and keep their guns. Cries of Molon Labe are being heard in bluest Connecticut, of all places. Police Chiefs are declining, for now, to attempt any weapon seizures. Talk […]

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by Skip February 15, 2014

Just thought I’d opine on something that Grokster Ed had already brought up (had problems the ‘Net going up and down during the storm earlier in the week, so I’ve been rather silent last few days).  One of my Samsphere buddies, WTH, had an opinion that he had sent along  via email as well: The […]

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Confiscation, Plain And Simple

by Ed Naile February 13, 2014

Connecticut has made thousands of gun owners into criminals by passing a law that criminalizes legal weapons owned by its “citizens”, or subjects. And here is a quote from the guy who intends to make a name for himself disarming Connecticut ’s subjects – much like any king, dictator, or tyrant would, and have for […]

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Usually I hate Passive / Agressive behavior – this, not so much:

by Skip January 26, 2014

“Screw you!” In the aftermath of Newtown and the Sandy Hook Elementary school tragedy (and the tragedies before it), several states (all of them Democrat controlled)  immediately jumped to put new gun restriction laws into place.  The problem is that NONE of the passed laws would have stopped a single one of them from happening […]

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Newtown Post Sandy Hook – Pistol Permit’s up 110%

by Steve MacDonald November 13, 2013
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While Democrats and their anti-self defense cabal used the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary to advance their own ridiculous and destructive political agenda, actual people in Newtown Connecticut grasped reality by the gonads. The police cannot nor have they any obligation to protect anyone, and there will always be nut jobs who find a way […]

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When is someone going to sue the state of Connecticut?

by Steve MacDonald June 29, 2013

When is someone going to sue the state of Connecticut for public endangerment and as an accomplice to murder? Children are dead because of a policy agenda, sold to the people as a better guarantee of safety, enforced by the police state, that intentionally disarmed its citizens, and clearly identified the places where they would […]

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PTR Industries Leaving Connecticut

by Steve MacDonald June 21, 2013

Gun Manufacturer PTR Industries is leaving Connecticut for South Carolina and taking most of its’ 140 employees with it.  The move will take about three years but their gone and gone. At least Governor Dannel Malloy wont have to worry about those unemployment numbers.  Maybe that will leave him more time to think about important […]

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Zandra “Rice-Out-Of-State-Palooza” Hawkins

by Steve MacDonald May 17, 2013

Out of State funded, Colorado Model, intrusive Democrat Agenda-thumper Zandra Rice Hawkins of Granite State Progress, is a progressive mole, and paid lobbyist, planted by the out of state agenda-mill Progress Now to operate as a “local” left wing propaganda machine.  (Progress Now is an extension or partner with Democracy Alliance   both of which […]

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A Green Game of Chess

by Steve MacDonald May 9, 2013

New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan has written a letter to Connecticut governor Dannel Malloy, in objection to a legislative effort in the “Nut”-meg state, to redefine what Connecticut will view as ‘green energy’ for the purpose of meeting their renewable portfolio standard. The bill, which could be voted on this week by the Connecticut House of Representatives, […]

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Colt Manufacturing in CT – Time for a Gut Check?

by Steve MacDonald March 23, 2013

Colt Manufacturing President and CEO Dennis Veilleux penned an Editorial on March 18th in regard to Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy’s obsession with banning “assault’ rifles. Colt … manufactures the AR-15 platform rifles in a military version and a very different commercial version. Colt has manufactured the commercial semi-automatic version of the AR (one shot for each […]

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Sober Talk From New Hampshire Democrats on Assault Weapons?

by Steve MacDonald December 20, 2012

The Union Leader has an editorial out this morning that quotes some members of New Hampshire Democrat leadership as tip-toeing around the current wave of rhetoric and discussion on what to do about guns. Instead, they are asking what are probably important questions about mental health services but I suspect that their interest here is […]

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Right Left Divide on The “Knowledge of Wrongdoing.”

by Steve MacDonald August 1, 2012

Democrats and the media are all uppity about a Romney staffer yelling at the press.  I guess this is the next ‘Waterloo’ for the Romney campaign.  The fifth or sixth or fiftieth beginning-of-the-end for the GOP (presumptive) nominee.  Clearly a guy with a staffer who would insult the media is unfit for public office? Meanwhile, […]

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How Do You Create A Job?

by Steve MacDonald October 6, 2010

How do you create a job? Easy question, unless you are a liberal democrat like Dick Blumenthal.  Linda McMahon asked this question in her debate last night with Dick whom she is running against for the a Senate Seat from Connecticut.  He didn’t seem to know how. (See Red State for the video). Oddly enough, […]

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Cost of Government Day

by Steve MacDonald August 22, 2010

According to the Center for Fiscal Accountability, New Hampshire residents work 226.8 days to pay for the cost of government this year. So go ahead and celebrate. Everything you earn after August 14th is technically yours to keep.
Who would have thought they’d let you keep 138.2 days worth of income from a years worth of work? What a bargain.

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