Have You Ever Considered Being a NH State Rep?

by Steve MacDonald March 12, 2018

Are you tired of NH Legislators who promise one thing and deliver another? Are you tired of seeing government grow, take over personal responsibilities, and infringe on our freedoms? Do you want to stop increased taxes and further restrictions of our liberties? Do you want the government to focus on enabling and encouraging people to […]

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Tales from the BudComm (sorta, sideways) – “Someone had decided to throw dirt….how quaint.”

by Skip March 11, 2018

That was my response to this: I guess the GTC mailing must have hit a nerve!! because of this (reformatted, emphasis mine): To The Daily Sun, The town has received several inquiries about a recent mailing by the Gilford Taxpayers Coalition.  Please be advised the information being distributed IS NOT AFFILIATED with the Town of […]

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Tales from the BudComm – election time edition

by Skip March 9, 2018

Yep, it’s that time of year, and in my hamlet, only the BudComm has contested races – go figure!  The “Gilford Democrats” are all up in arms thinking that the BudComm members are going to take the their School Board budget and almost all of them are on the Government payroll (or family members are).  […]

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Indict – But Do It Right!

by Ed Naile February 22, 2018

As most readers will know I was working with James O’Keefe when his excellent gorilla journalists videotaped four Australians, during the lead-up to our New Hampshire Presidential Primary.  They were paid by the Australian Labor Party to come to the US and work for Comrade Bernie Sanders. This involved working with Sanders in several states as well […]

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Is Jeanne Shaheen Really Bothered by Foreigners Involved in Our Elections?

by Ed Naile February 19, 2018

Suddenly, we are supposed to be concerned about Russian computer trolls and Russian dirty tricksters exhibiting a fake Hillary in a fake cage dressed like a prisoner, which are actions we are supposed to believe swayed an entire election, let alone a single vote. Some 13 comrades with the million-dollar skills to write articles about candidates […]

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Reciprocating Disagreement

by Ed Naile February 10, 2018

In New Hampshire, there is a so-called right of a non-resident to vote in our state, while keeping an out-of-state driver’s license. That unconstitutional right, Guare v. NH, has never been established in any law enacted by the NH Legislature, as has been the case with the law regarding reciprocating agreements for driver’s licenses.

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Tales from the BudComm – a disturbing issue with the Moderator

by Skip February 10, 2018

UPDATE: The name of the unregistered vote is Jeanin Onos. She is, from what I understand, going to mount a write-in candidacy.  Which, I am pleasantly pleased to say, is that if there is a Conservative in Gilford that wishes to do the same, you now have the same possibility.  We’d be mightly obliged and certainly […]

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Looking for Election Integrity in All the Wrong Places…

by Steve MacDonald February 7, 2018

Ed Naile joins me for some Conservative talk in ten minutes or less to discuss his testimony before the US Commission on Civil rights regarding election integrity, voter’s rights, and (yes!) Vote Fraud. Ed shares his experience and lays out the only viable option for returning the power of the ballot box back to actual New […]

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Super-enfranchised Voters Have More Rights Than Legal NH Voters

by Ed Naile February 5, 2018

I was invited to North Carolina to attend a US Commission on Civil Rights hearing by Jay DeLancy of the Voter Integrity Project, a group CNHT has been associated with for quite some time. I had three minutes, as one of 40 speakers who also got three minutes, to make New Hampshire’s case regarding the disenfranchisement […]

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When Are They No Longer Republicans?

by Steve MacDonald February 4, 2018

The Republican party in New Hampshire has a problem about which its hands are tied, but you can help. Within its ranks are individuals who have registered and run under their brand but either refuse or are incapable of living up to the ideals. On issues of free association, life, speech, taxes, elections, transparency, regulation, and […]

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Statement on NH Senate Passage of HB 372 – Statutory definitions of “resident or inhabitant” and “residence or residency.”

by Op-Ed January 4, 2018

News Release For Immediate Release: Birdsell pleased by Senate support of common sense voting laws Concord, NH – Today, the Senate passed HB 372, a bill which would clarify the definitions of residency and domicile as it pertains to voting. Senator Regina Birdsell (R-Hampstead) issued the following statement: “I am pleased to see HB 372 […]

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Part II – ACLU Article on Student Voters in NH Sets the Standard for Stupid

by Steve MacDonald December 30, 2017

For reasons we won’t go into today ruling class institutions in New Hampshire like vote fraud. They like it so much that nary a one, in their ambling defense of dirty elections, wonders why out-of-state students can’t use an absentee ballot to vote like any typical person temporarily displaced from the address the IRS will come […]

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An Offer NH Shouldn’t Refuse

by Ed Naile November 11, 2017

I was at the 603 Alliance dinner the other night when Steve Bannon was the keynote speaker. It was rewarding to see him open up his phone and announce the number of out-of-state voters who tipped the 2016 NH General Election in favor of Crooked Hillary. He hit the number right on, 6,540 voters established […]

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Where do Democrat Candidates in Manchester Election Stand on These Issues?

by Steve MacDonald November 6, 2017

There are a lot of elections tomorrow, most of them not in New Hampshire, but of those in the Granite State the municipal election in Manchester may be the most watched.  Democrats hope to unseat Mayor Gatsas and but before you go out and cast a ballot ask yourself where do these liberals stand on the […]

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Polling is Now ‘Crap’ In Germany

by Steve MacDonald September 25, 2017

The militant progressives thought they had a win in Britain until Brexit passed. They didn’t blame the Russians, but the ground was broken for voters keeping secrets from pollsters in significant numbers to avoid being harassed. Many who wanted to vote for Mr. Trump in 2016 kept silent from friends, family, the militant political left, and […]

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New Hampshire’s Out-of-State-Tuition Paying Matriculating Morons

by Steve MacDonald September 13, 2017

One of the imagined hardships of being a voting age progressive social justice warrior marooned on a New Hampshire college campus is that your rights are continually being suppressed. Every election season out-of-state-tuition paying matriculators are told by New Hampshire Democrats that they can vote in New Hampshire, while Republicans in the Granite State think […]

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The Democrat Party’s Declining Electoral Options in New Hampshire

by Steve MacDonald September 13, 2017

During Hillary’s failed presidential campaign the Democrat National Party, of which New Hampshire Democrat Ray Buckley is a Vice Chair, abandoned white working class voters. Recently, New Hampshire State Party Chairman Ray Buckley labeled rural and unregistered voters as white supremacists. I presume this means that he can not allow any of his candidates to pursue […]

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A Tale of Two Types of Voters

by Ed Naile September 10, 2017

The Concord paper serves a city that has a ton of people who work for or have a family member who works for the government. They like a news source that makes them feel happy and secure. Well, they have it in spades with the local paper. Take this poorly crafted, but standard, attack article about […]

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Are Out-Of-State Voters Determining NH Elections?

by Kimberly Morin September 8, 2017

Yesterday, a report was released that there were over 6,500 voters in the 2016 election who used out-of-state driver’s licenses to vote in New Hampshire. Of that number of voters, over 5,300 had not established residency in the state by getting a New Hampshire driver’s license as of August 31, 2017. It’s actually state law […]

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Jeanne Shaheen: Leads with the Lie

by Steve MacDonald September 8, 2017

There is zero evidence that Russia hacked the “presidential election” yet New Hampshire Senator Jeanne Shaheen leads her New York Times editorial with, “The Kremlin hacked our presidential election.” It is difficult to take much she says seriously most days, but opening with an unsubstantiated talking point makes the rest of her remarks difficult to accept, […]

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Formal Submission to Trump Election Commission

by Ed Naile September 7, 2017

CNHT has been diligently documenting voter fraud since 2000. Here is Part One of our submission to the Trump Election Integrity Commission for today’s deadline. You will see it covers the statutes involved in the recent discovery of 5,300 noncitizen voters.

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NH Democrats Embarrass Themselves with Lawsuit Over Election Law Bill

by Kimberly Morin August 23, 2017

Today it was reported by WMUR that the New Hampshire Democrat Party is filing a lawsuit over Senate Bill 3 (SB3), AN ACT relative to domicile for voting purposes. The bill was passed by both the house and senate and was signed by Governor Sununu in July. The bill not only had the support of […]

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President Trump’s Election Integrity Commission Not Welcome in Virginia and California – No Surprise

by Ed Naile June 30, 2017

Several states have decided to not cooperate with the Election Integrity Commission. California and Virginia are the first states to start this method of avoiding transparency. Of course, states that promote illegal voting are not going to willingly give their election data to people who can read and understand it. That would fly in the […]

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Democrat’s Symbolic Run Against Trump Fails in Georgia, Oh!, And They Lost in SC Too.

by Steve MacDonald June 21, 2017

Republican Karen Handel is the winner of the special congressional election in GA-6. She beat Democrat Jon Ossoff (who doesn’t even live in the district in which he ran), despite having 23.6 million in campaign donations, mostly from California and Martha’s Vinyard Democrats. The Democrats pinned their hopes on the Georgia race as their chance […]

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How individual precincts have changed from Blue to Red over the last 3 Prez elections

by Skip April 11, 2017

Or as the original title said “Democrats should be scared, Very Scared” (H/T: IJR)

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Democrats Can’t Stop Losing

by Steve MacDonald March 29, 2017

Winning. Republican John Stefanski this weekend flipped Louisiana House District 42 – a seat held by Democrats since at least 1972 – after Democrats failed to even file a candidate in the race. Additionally, Republicans retained House District 92 on Saturday with a win by Joe Stagni. So for those of you keeping score, Democrats […]

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What Domicile Does One Use For An Unlawful Election At A Postponed Meeting?

by Ed Naile March 25, 2017

I have had the pleasure of watching an attorney from the New Hampshire Municipal Association (aka – Local Government Center) conclude that various annual meetings in NH were lawfully postponed by various moderators because of a snow storm. The NHMA counsel is using RSA 40:4. The NH Secretary of State takes issue with the NHMA […]

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GT Flashback – Ken Eyring & Tom Murray: Windham School District

by Steve MacDonald March 18, 2017

As Windham voters go to the polls I thought we should remind them what the school district and school board were like before Ken Eyring and Tom Murray got elected. The decreasing transparency, $600,000.00 no-bid contracts, and limiting public comment or input on issues affecting parents and taxpayers, plus a whole lot more. Ken has […]

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Thousands of noncitizens lurking on Virginia’s voter rolls

by Steve MacDonald March 2, 2017

Thousands of noncitizens are lurking on Virginia’s voter rolls. (Wash.Times) When Virginia Delegate Robert Marshall asked the state’s 133 local governments to provide numbers on noncitizens and jury pools, Loudoun County produced some hefty figures. Between 2009 and 2014, the Washington, D.C., exurb of more than 350,000 residents had disqualified more than 9,000 of them […]

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Anti-Gun Bill HB350 – A ‘Solution’ for a Problem That Doesn’t Exist

by Steve MacDonald January 22, 2017

With 400 House members, the NH Legislature sees its share of bad bills. But HB350 is not just a bad law; it creates problems where none existed in the name of solving a problem that never existed. This bill prohibits possession of a firearm at a polling place during a federal, state, or municipal election. I […]

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