Suggestion Box – How to Make ‘Legislating’ Easier c/o Ian Underwood

by Steve MacDonald August 4, 2016
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“Anyway, until we stop combining common law and statutes, it seems to me that there is very little point in creating new statutes, or in trying to amend constitutions. In fact, it would save everyone a lot of time and trouble if the legislature, instead of drafting a bill and holding hearings, would just write […]

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After 200 years, the Crown would Feel at Home Here Again

by GrokWatch News Desk December 16, 2015

by Charles G. Douglas, III  Where Do You Go To Challenge Illegal Government Decisions When The Courts Close You Out? China and Russia have an approach to government responsibility that places the powers of government above and over the people.  Our system is the reverse.  Our 1784 Bill of Rights in Part I, Article 8 clearly […]

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The Most Corrupt Judicial System?

by Steve MacDonald June 1, 2015
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We continue with Max Abramson on the state’s’ Judicial system, corrupt courts, and the problem of police accountability. Listen to the entire program here Follow us on YouTube,USTREAM, Facebook, and Twitter …and take us with you oniTunes, iHeart Radio, Spreaker,TuneIn, or Stitcher.

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Apparently He Had No One To “Tip Him Off” Before The Cops Arrived

by Ed Naile February 5, 2014

Its not often a selectman gets arrested in NH so I keep track. Bartlett, NH has lost a selectman due to an arrest for possessing kiddy porn -RSA 649-A.  The Concord paper “covered’ the story with an AP piece. Not much of a detailed story, but when I looked for a past history on the […]

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Op-Ed by Carolyn McKinney (Chair, RLCNH) “The Legislature must reestablish its place above the courts”

by Carolyn May 14, 2012

The Legislature must reestablish its place above the courts By Carolyn McKinney, chairman of the Republican Liberty Caucus of New Hampshire. While many in Concord are clamoring over language for an educational-funding constitutional amendment (CACR 12), what’s being lost in the final debate of the 2011-2012 session is a constitutional amendment proposal far more important […]

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Inebriated William Jasmin Who Fell Out Of A Tree Stand Drops His Lawsuit

by Rick Olson November 21, 2011

“A lawsuit is a fruit tree planted in a lawyer’s garden.” —Italian Proverb William Jasmin of Manchester, the drunk, non-licensed hunter who sued a landowner following his own demise in falling from a tree stand, has dropped his lawsuit. Jasmin suffered partial paralysis when the tree stand he attempted to enter failed, causing him to […]

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by Rick Olson October 20, 2011

“Liars are always ready to take oaths.” —Vittorio Alfieri Brendan Bisbee, love interest of the infamous shrew Kristin Ruggiero is presently on trial answering to seven counts of Perjury where prosecutors allege he lied for Kristin during her trial. Also under indictment are Elizabeth “Kim” McDonald, Kristin’s mother, Daniel Ruggiero, Chief Petty Officer Jeffrey Ruggiero’s estranged […]

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by Rick Olson October 5, 2011

“Liars are always ready to take oaths.” —Vittorio Alfieri On Wednesday, September 21, The New Hampshire Supreme Court heard from Kristin Ruggiero. Kristin seeks to overturn her convictions arguing that the court should have excluded a photo of her cell phone number, and an intercepted telephone conversation that served as the evidence that brought her […]

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The First Circuit Videotape Opinion and House BIll 145

by Rick Olson August 31, 2011

The fact that the officers were unhappy they were being recorded during an arrest . . . does not make a lawful exercise of a First Amendment right a crime

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by Rick Olson August 5, 2011

“A witch and a bitch always dress up for each other, because otherwise the witch would upstage the bitch, or the bitch would upstage the witch, and the result would be havoc” ~Tennessee Wiliams, American Playwright The Union Leader’s James A. Kimble reports this morning that convicted liar Kristin Ruggiero’s divorce attorney, Linda Theroux, is being […]

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William Jasmin: A Man Without A Hunting License

by Rick Olson July 21, 2011

In my previous entry about a “Hunter” who was seriously injured when a tree stand that he climbed into collapsed, causing him to fall, there was a presumption that the “Hunter” was lawfully engaged in the activity of hunting upon the land of Charles Corliss. That is not the case. WILLIAM JASMIN HAD NO LICENSE TO HUNT.

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New Hampshire’s Hunting Tradition Under Attack From Within

by Rick Olson July 5, 2011

This is the litigation lottery…nothing more.  Despite the laws limiting liability, Jasmin probably lawyer-shopped, finding Mr. Branch to shake down the owner of the property. And more than likely, William Jasmin could care not one lick. He could care less that more property owners will now post their land and preclude hunting for countless others….preclude hikers, bird-watchers…mountain bikers.

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What Will The Weare NH Police Budget Look Like?

by Rick Olson May 17, 2011

  “It is poor civic hygiene to install technologies that could someday facilitate a police state.” -Bruce Schneier, American cryptographer, computer security specialist, and writer. Today, the Union Leader’s Dan O’Brien informs us that, Weare Police face more federal lawsuits. Free-stater Carla Gericke is the most recent filing on the heels of a suit filed […]

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Angry Shrew? Or Unjustly Treated Mother?

by Rick Olson May 9, 2011

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Uncle Peter Says I Am ‘Backing the Wrong Horse!’

by Rick Olson April 29, 2011

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A Road Trip for Kristin Ruggiero

by Rick Olson April 26, 2011

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