Ed Mosca

So, Governor, You Want to Talk About the Constitutionality of HB 1264? Let’s Talk.

by Ed Mosca May 27, 2018

THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE SUPREME COURT CASE NO. 2018-0267 Request for an Opinion of the Justices (Amending Definition of Resident and Residency) MEMORANDUM OF ED MOSCA IN SUPPORT OF THE CONSTITUTIONALITY OF HOUSE BILL 1264 I. INTRODUCTION – A COURT OF LAW OR A WOKE COURT? In Guare v. State, 117 A.3d 731 (2015), this […]

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Fake News Award Winner Debunks NH Vote Fraud – Or Maybe Not

by Steve MacDonald April 1, 2018

One of Ed Mosca’s latest examines New Hampshire Public Radios’s effort to gloss over the fact that New Hampshire State Law discriminates against New Hampshire residents. In his rebuttal to a piece by Casey McDermott, Ed notes that, “..what actually comes to mind are thousands of out-of-State college students who choose to remain residents of […]

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In New Hampshire, Only the Illusion of GOP Control of State Government

by Op-Ed February 10, 2018

By Ed Mosca On paper, the GOP controls every branch of State government in New Hampshire except the judiciary. But the reality is that in the aggregate the State has moved leftward despite nominal GOP control of the political branches. I discussed how Governor Sununu has moved the State leftward in this post, but there is […]

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Paradigmatic Judicial Activism in NH

by Steve MacDonald January 19, 2015
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(The Ed Mosca Blog)  “”Judge (John) Lewis’ decision in the Duncan case (Duncan v State of New Hampshire) is a paradigmatic example of judicial activism, or political judging. Essentially, what political judging involves is reasoning backwards from a political result that the judge wants to achieve. Here, the political result was to prevent application of […]

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Lesson #2 for Ed Mosca – Principles matter more than just a “win”

by Skip October 20, 2014

Changing the Paradigm: not just for a “win” but as an extremely valuable part of Speech concerning one’s values Winning is merely a precursor; it is what is done afterwards that is most important How often, as we stroll through life, are we insistent that things be “just barely good enough” or are willing to settle […]

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Notable Quote – well, MAYBE Ed Mosca can learn that Principles matter

by Skip October 20, 2014

“Always vote for principle, though you may vote alone, and you may cherish the sweetest reflection that your vote is never lost.” – John Quincy Adams, President of the United States But then again, Ed Mosca is also one that is rhetorical screaming that some of us are valuing our votes more than he (no, […]

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Did Stephen LaBonte of the NH AG’s office ” mislead viewers” of his Josh Youssef ruling to think it actually wasn’t gibberish?

by Skip August 22, 2013

Sheesh, what maroons (Er, that would be BOTH Ed Mosca and Stephen LaBonte)!  A fake internet site during a campaign – what a NOVEL CONCEPT to think of.  I…I…don’t think anyone has tried that during a campaign before!  Shhh….don’t let ANYONE outside of NH get ahold of this idea, because, well, people might think….well, LOOK! […]

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So, Ed Mosca has a bug up his **s, eh?

by Skip September 13, 2012

Full Disclosure #1: We endorsed Josh Youseff for NH State Senate District 7. Full Disclosure #2: Ed Mosca, the lawyer for Josh Youseff’s ex-wife AND the Legal Counsel for Office of the NH Speaker of the House. Full Disclosure #3: Ed used to write here at GraniteGrok.  Then he started his own site: The Ed […]

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