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Presumption of Guilt – Another Reason to Oppose The Left

by Steve MacDonald September 22, 2018

Differing on matters of policy is one thing but the New Left’s presumption of guilt, at least as it applies to presumed political opponents, is despotic. It must be opposed as should be any member of the Democrat Party who condones it. From the Wall Street Journal c/o Instapundit. As Ms. Hill and Sen. Hirono […]

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Republicans must not cower in the face of Democratic treachery

by Peter Lemiska September 21, 2018

From the very beginning, Democratic lawmakers made it clear they intended to oppose Judge Kavanaugh’s appointment to the Supreme Court. Deeply enmeshed in the resistance movement and anti-Trump hysteria, the rationale for their opposition is clear. Kavanaugh is a conservative judge, nominated by a president they revile. Their desperation to derail his nomination was made […]

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Searching for Justice Frodo

by Ian Underwood July 11, 2018

It never ceases to amaze me how many people find it reasonable to think that we need to go to court to get an answer to a question like:  Can a state enact a law banning the ownership of semi-automatic rifles? Textualism says that when applying a statute or constitutional provision, we should look only […]

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To Where Does NH’s Policy Of Accepting Voter Fraud Lead?

by Ed Naile June 22, 2018

New Hampshire’s policy of violating the State Constitution by letting non-residents vote here has just expanded to – non-citizens can sit as jurors in Federal cases. This is just what Judge Barbadaro concluded in this recent case, The United States of America   v.   Alfredo Gonzalez – Case No. 16-cr-162-12-PB  Opinion No. 2018 DNH 086

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Iowa Supreme Court Rules Civil Forfeiture Laws Violate Fifth Amendment

by Steve MacDonald May 31, 2018

From Forbes.com care of Kevin Bloom, the Iowa Supreme Court has ruled that the state’s Civil Asset Forfeiture laws violate the Fifth Amendment to the constitution. Under state law, property owners who want to reclaim their seized property must fully disclose “the nature and extent” of their interest in the property, as well as “the date, the […]

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DACA finally gets its due?

by Skip August 19, 2017

DACA – the Obama self-declared law (“Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals”) was an Executive Order that basically violated the existing immigration Law duly passed by Congress.  It made a “safe space” from keeping kids, these DREAMERs, that were brought here illegally by their illegal immigrant parents free from being deported.  As I have said before, […]

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Civil Obedience

by Steve MacDonald July 1, 2015
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The New Hampshire cell phone ban went in to force today. It is a complete ban on handheld electronic devices in the hands of drivers with very few exceptions. State and local police have voiced their plan for months. Aggressive enforcement. No tolerance.

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Carl Robert Gibson – Democrat Activist – Loser

by Ed Naile June 27, 2015

Last Monday I had an out of body experience in Concord. It was at the Concord District Court on a bench in front of Court Room #3. I went to Concord to watch the arraignment of Carl Robert Gibson the low life scum vote thief and Democrat political operative sent here to NH, as many […]

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Carl Robert Gibson v. State of New Hampshire

by Steve MacDonald June 22, 2015
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Vote suppressor Carl Robert Gibson goes to court today.  In fact, he is at the Concord district court, at this very moment, with his attorney.  I know this because they walked in at sat down within inches of Ed Naile who was already there, and proceeded to discuss their case. The plan is to fight […]

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Ian Underwood – Courcruxes

by GrokWatch News Desk April 14, 2015

Ian Underwood | GrokWatch News Desk Suppose you buy a car made by General Motors.  And there is a problem with the car — the brakes aren’t designed properly, and you’re severely injured in a car crash.  So you want to sue GM. And suppose you’re required to do that in a court that is […]

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30 Second Ad – Joanne Kloppenburg (Wisconsin)

by Steve MacDonald April 5, 2011

Something From Wisconsin to start your morning…

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