Domicile

Common Sense v. Common Vote Theft

by Ed Naile August 17, 2014

How does the State of Nebraska define Domicile? Domicile, as you may recall, is the key, and only, word in the NH State Constitution that defines where a NH inhabitant votes. Here is what the Nebraska Dept. of Revenue says about Domicile: Domicile. Domicile is the place an individual has his or her permanent place […]

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Maggie Hassan’s On-going Culture of Corruption

by Steve MacDonald August 6, 2014
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NH Governor Maggie Hassan’s may be leading one of the most unethical administrations in recent history. Before she was even elected there was a large illegal campaign contribution, happily accepted by Hassan until they were told–reluctantly I am sure–that they had to give most of it back.  She was captured on video agreeing that Democrats […]

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NH Towns Need To Revolt Against Maggie Hassan’s Executive Overreach

by Steve MacDonald August 4, 2014
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How do the towns feel about the AG of the state of New Hampshire telling them that anybody who shows up at their polling place can vote for their candidates, or their ballot measures, even their budgets? Anybody? Your taxes, your teachers, your public safety, your town selectman and counselors, the representatives you send to […]

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Use That Domicile Ruling to Flush Every NH Democrat From Office

by Steve MacDonald July 29, 2014
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You may not be a Drudge fan, but they’ve been curating content since before it was cool, and they link to everyone. A casual reading of stories paints a dismal set of circumstances for the nation and the world.  Allies now hate us.  The civil and military unrest.  We have nothing short of a foreign […]

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Does Walt Havenstein Have A Residency Problem? – Probably Not.

by Steve MacDonald May 5, 2014
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Democrats are questioning Walter Havenstein’s residency because they see him as a threat to Governor Hassan.  Republicans are questioning it because they do not want a primary challenger (and they want Andrew to win/run unopposed) or maybe they think the Dems may be able to effectively sew doubt should Havenstein win the primary.  And yes, […]

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Suddenly DOMICILE Means Something!

by Ed Naile March 23, 2014

Watch the issue of “domicile” have meaning to Democrats now that they have set their teeth into a possible Republican candidate for Governor. Our State Constitution requires a person to live in NH for seven consecutive years to be a legitimate candidate for several offices. That has never bothered the Democrats, especially the former party […]

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NH Democrats Protest – Scott Brown’s Not From Here. (But He Has A Better Claim Than Many of Your Registered Voters)

by Steve MacDonald December 6, 2013
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Democrat protesters held signs outside a Republican function in Londonderry, apparently incensed about the idea of Scott Brown claiming to be from New Hampshire… Alana Biden claimed to be from New Hampshire, long enough to vote here, then she left.  New Hampshire Democrats defended her residency claims and still do. Martha Fuller Clark had a […]

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New Hampshire Democrat Cynthia Chase Turns Her “Un-Biased Eye” (Cough-Cough) on Home Education

by Steve MacDonald October 4, 2013
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Rhode Island Liberty-xenophobe (and New Hampshire House Democrat) Cynthia Chase has submitted a Legislative Service Request (LSR) “relative to accountability requirements for HOME EDUCATION programs.” 2014 – LSR 2591-R . I can see where she’d be concerned.  Home Schooled kids are not typically the kind of progressive drones a liberty-fearing Trotsky-ite like Chase has much […]

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Hannah Rivers Never Voted In New Hampshire

by Steve MacDonald September 18, 2013
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Having certified before a New Hampshire court that she, Nebraska resident and UNH student Hannah Rivers, not only sought relief to vote in New Hampshire, she indicated that she intended to vote in New Hampshire. But she never voted in New Hampshire. Despite having over 40 days, including election day, after getting a judge to […]

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Speaking of ‘Presence’

by Steve MacDonald September 17, 2013
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If a campaign worker can come to New Hampshire, live in a Senior Assistant Attorney General’s home, (Martha Fuller Clark’s Motel, Cindy Rosenwald’s vote-fraud flop-house), vote and then leave–because they’ve “established a presence,” even though they were only here for a few weeks or months, why don’t Carol Shea Porter and Ann Kuster vote in […]

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GrokTALK! Special – Voter Fraud with Jeff Chidester WGIR AM 610

by Skip September 3, 2013

This morning, Ed Naile of CNHT and I were on with ‘Grok friend Jeff Chidester on The Morning Buzz from 8am to 9am this morning (like I told Jeff, thanks for letting me drive down from the Lakes Region in the middle of a torrential rain / constant lightning thunderstorm – I’ll remember that for […]

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Guest post by Jeff Chidester – “Sorry, but no apology required for Fuller Clark”

by Skip September 2, 2013

Voter Fraud and its coddling here in NH – even as the NH State Attorney General’s office has issued an exoneration of NH State Senator Martha Fuller Clark (e.g., Martha’s Motel), more outlets outside of the MSM are starting to talk about it more and more.  A guest submission by Jeff Chidester which also appeared […]

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Is That Whitewash In Your Eye? You Must Work For the NH AG

by Ed Naile August 25, 2013
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So what else is new?  The New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office has “cleared” NH State Senator Martha Fuller Clark of harboring non-residents at her voter fraud mansion in Portsmouth.  Big deal! The AG has been doing this kind of stuff since 1993 that I know of. All the NH AG’s Election Division has done is […]

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Voter Fraud – We move from Martha’s Motel to the Rosenwald Rest Home for Wayward Voters

by Skip August 18, 2013

Martha’s Motel – sign in, sign out.  Sign in, sign out; a veritable revolving door of political operatives at what almost seemed to be a “political operative barracks” for those folks coming in to work for Democrats – and then voting here in NH even as their plans were to leave to return to their […]

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Home is Where The Vote Fraud Is

by Steve MacDonald August 15, 2013
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If we called Ben Rous’ home in Virginia and asked his wife where her husband ‘lives,’ do you think she’d  say 50 Adams Point Road in Durham New Hampshire? Ben is the adult son of New Hampshire Democrat Emma Rous (Former Democrat House Rep).  Emma lives at 50 Adams Point Road in Durham New Hampshire?  […]

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Why Do None of the Nathaniel Clark’s in NH Live In Portsmouth?

by Steve MacDonald August 15, 2013

New Hampshire Democrat State Senator Martha Fuller Clark says her adult son Nathaniel, voted from her home in 2012.  I guess he lives there.  (Everyone else seems to.)  Well, maybe he does.  Maybe he lives in the basement.  But I can’t seem to find any evidence of that, short of Martha Fuller Clark’s word, which […]

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Where Did Bryan Gregory Griffith Vote Absentee From?

by Steve MacDonald August 14, 2013
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The Arborist just touched on it, I’m going to beat it with a bat.  (A Democrat approved methodology, let us not forget.) Martha Fuller Clark’s memory is not terribly reliable.  So we probably can’t ask her to explain why a Lawyer from Arkansas (Bauxite AR to be exact) used her address to vote using a […]

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GrokTALK! August 3rd, 2013

by Steve MacDonald August 3, 2013

This week on GrokTalk!… Skip, Mike and Steve start with vote fraud, the .905 rifle, and how many fish and game guys does it take to ‘protect’ a fawn. Then Ed Naile joins us to talk about the law and how in New Hampshire it has been diluted, hidden, or ignored. In Segment Two David […]

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Yeah, That’d Be Great

by Steve MacDonald August 2, 2013
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Don’t Forget About Paolo!

by Steve MacDonald July 31, 2013

With all this talk about Martha’s No-Tell Motel, and while we simmer a few more OFA out of state voter-sausages on the back burner, let us not forget this winsome harbinger of vote stealing doom, Nashua Democrat Cindy Rosenwald. She has repeatedly housed a professional Democrat Campaign lackey by the name of Paolo Cozzi at […]

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GrokTALK! July 27th, 2013

by Steve MacDonald July 29, 2013

This week on GrokTalk!… Skip, Mike and Steve open the program with who in Maryland District 8 might be interested in knowing about how much taxpayer money Democrat Congressman Chris Van Hollen paid a DC resident staffer to “live” in Martha Fuller Clark’s House so she could vote in New Hampshire.  We also cover defunding […]

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GrokTALK! July 13th, 2013 Guest Segment – Andrew Hemingway

by Steve MacDonald July 28, 2013

In segment Four Andrew Hemingway help us close up the last half-hour talking about his data project, to provide data, technology and training, insight into data infrastructure for electoral politics, data mining, making that information accesible, sortable, and relevant, and putting it to use helping Republicans who are running for elected office. Listen Here Download […]

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GrokTALK! July 13th, 2013 Guest Segment – Ed Naile

by Steve MacDonald July 28, 2013

Ed Naile pays us another visit to explore vote fraud, Martha’s Motel guests, how an ACLU Lawyer might sustain himself so far from home, how New Hampshire’s voter registration, record keeping, and data collection process is a joke, what ‘Discovery’ and voter intimidation are not, what the word mobile domicile really means, the side-effects of […]

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GrokTALK! July 27th, 2013 Guest Segment – Jim Rubens

by Steve MacDonald July 28, 2013

In Segment Two Jim Rubens joins us to talk about his exploration of a run for US Senate to challenge Jeanne Shaheen, Gambling, Health Care, Debt, Deficits, Trust, the Taxcode, and what he might put in a letter to the IRS were he a US Senator from New Hampshire. Listen Here Download This Segment here […]

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GrokTALK! July 27th, 2013 Opening Segment – Skip, Mike, and Steve

by Steve MacDonald July 28, 2013

Skip, Mike and Steve open the program with who in Maryland District 8 might be interested in knowing about how much taxpayer money Democrat Congressman Chris Van Hollen paid a DC resident staffer to “live” in Martha Fuller Clark’s House so she could vote in New Hampshire. We also cover defunding ObamaCare, States Rights, talk […]

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Facebook Needs to Add Another Detail to Their ‘About’ Feature

by Steve MacDonald July 27, 2013

This is from the Facebook page of one of the “young people” (she’s 26) that was staying at Martha’s Motel in Portsmouth; the congressional staffer who was paid by her Congressman while she voted in New Hampshire and claimed to live in Democrat State Senator Martha Fuller Clark’s home, but whose commitment to New Hampshire […]

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Just a Heads-Up To The Lefties Pretending to “Work” the ‘Other Side’ of the Mobile Domicile Voting Issue…

by Steve MacDonald July 26, 2013

Democrats watered down the voter ID and domicile laws  in the naughts to give them a big pool of college kids to vote for them.  They watered down what you had to put on a same day registration card as well, so someone would have a harder time tracking down transient same day voters after […]

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This Week on GrokTALK! (For July 27th, 2013)

by Steve MacDonald July 26, 2013

This week on GrokTALK! our guests will be… Jim Rubens, a long time activist, the head of the Granite State Coalition Against Expanded Gambling, and a potential candidate to challenge a NH US Senator Jeanne “my daughter lives and works in LA but she voted here” Shaheen. Ed Naile from CNHT returns to the program […]

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Out of State Democrats Paid to Vote In New Hampshire

by Steve MacDonald July 26, 2013

Andrea Riccio had a sweet gig.  While she was “living” at New Hampshire Democrat Senator Martha Fuller Clark’s flop house, sorry, uh,  unlicensed 5 bedroom motel, with 8 people staying at it, trying to decide if she was committed to staying in New Hampshire, her boss, Democrat congressman Chris Van Hollen of Maryland, was still paying […]

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Part 3 – Staying At Martha’s Motel and School of Drive By Voting: Bryan Gregory Griffith

by Skip July 26, 2013

As Grokster Steve pointed out here: When asked about the legitimacy of their domicile status, Clark said: “By and large, the young people who stayed with me were committed to New Hampshire, but given their age, whether they intended to stay is impossible to predict.” Talk about a total BS answer.  State Senator Clark was […]

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