Judge John Lewis

Screwy Lewis – In The News

by Ed Naile April 8, 2014

How about a little credit everyone. I believe I was the first one to label Superior Court Judge John Lewis as “Screwy Lewis”. Having dealt with this arrogant, self-important, over-educated progressive judge for a number of years it is wholeheartedly rewarding to have the general public catch a glimpse of what his “court room” was […]

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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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GrokTALK! Rewind Weekend..to June 20, 2013

by Steve MacDonald August 31, 2013
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We actually did a two hour show this morning and it was damn good, but for some reason or other it didn’t record so we did a show and have no show. So this week, sorry, I am reposting a previous program for our mutual enjoyment.  It comes to us from June 22nd, with guests […]

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GrokTALK! June 22, 2013

by Steve MacDonald June 23, 2013

(All links have been updated.  Previous segment post title dates have been corrected) This week on Grok Talk!… Skip and Steve open the program with the Hillary Clinton Sex scandal, Obama spying on William and Kate, Chelsea Clinton wishing she didn’t exist, Inspector Palooza and the new bureaucratic police state and the building blocks of […]

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GrokTALK! June 22nd, 2013- Guest Bill Boyd

by Steve MacDonald June 22, 2013

Bill Boyd, town councilor from Merrimack introduces us to WS4 – the EPAs new permitting rules for storm water management by New Hampshire Municipalities, and the insane amount of money it will cost taxpayers and how unlikley it is they will be able comply with outlandish federal rules and their unrealistic time tables. Listen Here […]

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GrokTALK! June 22nd, 2013- Guest Ken Eyring

by Steve MacDonald June 22, 2013

Ken Eyring, Gives us a refresher on the Federalization of state and local activity through the Granite State Futures Program and its puppet masters at HUD, DOT, and the EPA, the false perception of public acceptance, what the pre-determiend outcomes are at their so-called “listening sessions,” and how the deck is stacked against us. Listen […]

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GrokTALK! June 22nd, 2013- Guest Ed Naile

by Steve MacDonald June 22, 2013

Ed Naile drops by to talk to us about the deeper implications of the recent Judge John Lewis decision regarding New Hampshire’s Scholarship program, RSA 491:22, the ongoing drama of another Lewis decision-the mobile domicile ruling (mobile domicile for Democrat voting purposes), with a tangent onto the shift in charitable giving; away from private groups […]

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GrokTALK! June 22nd, 2013- Skip and Steve – Segment One

by Steve MacDonald June 22, 2013

Skip and Steve open the program with the Hillary Clinton Sex scandal (sort of), Obama spying on William and Kate, Chelsea Clinton wishing she didn’t exist, Inspector Palooza and the new bureaucratic police state and the building blocks of tyranny, being on “the list,” GOP Lynch-mobs, and taking the ‘free’ out of Speech. Listen Here […]

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Judge John “Lefty” Lewis Comes Through for Democrats Again [Updated and Bumped]

by Steve MacDonald June 18, 2013

The same judge who signed off on the League of Women Voters language killing sensible domicile requirements weeks before the November election–allowing almost anyone who was in the state to vote here (and they did)–has just done it again.  He’s “decided” that the Education tax credit is unconstitutional. (At least part of it–see update below) […]

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NH School Tax Credit Challenged

by Steve MacDonald January 9, 2013

I don’t have time to fisk the particulars yet but the ACLU and Barry Lynn of American’s United for the Separation of Church and State have filed a suit declaring the recently passed new Hampshire School Scholarship tax credit unconstitutional because it would (could) divert tax dollars to be spent at Religious schools. Actually. .. […]

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Guest post by Ed Naile, Chair of the Coalition of NH Taxpayers: A note to out-of-state Property Owners – Vote!

by Skip November 11, 2012

Ed Naile, long time registered Democrat and ‘Grok friend, asked us to publish this.  Given that out-of-state student “residents” took full advantage of the new Voter ID law and the Judge Lewis’s ruling on it, you should as well.  After all, you pay taxes here – they only take advantage of the taxes spent. Dear […]

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You Want The Truth? You Can’t Handle The Truth!

by Steve MacDonald November 9, 2012

Comments are often a great source of amusement, and often suitable for follow up material.  In this instance, in response to my post about Legally stealing elections with out of state voters who just happen to be in New Hampshire, an anonymous commenter using the handle “Speak the Truth” suggested that we just let it […]

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New Hampshire State Supreme Court To Fast Track Voter Registration Case

by Steve MacDonald October 3, 2012

The New Hampshire Supreme Court has agreed to assume jurisdiction over the voter registration dispute suspended by Judge john Lewis last week. For the time being the law has been suspended and out of state students who wish to vote here, do not need to promise to establish domicile in the state by obtaining a […]

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Judge Lewis To Hear Motions to Intervene to His “Dump Domicile Law” Decision

by Steve MacDonald October 2, 2012

This Thursday, October 4th, at 1:00Pm Judge John Lewis, husband of Democrat donor Cindy Lewis, and the judge who signed off on the ACLU’s “please suspend the domicile rules for the November election so we can stuff ballot boxes with out of state votes for President, governor, and that nasty constitutional amendment that would ban […]

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NH AG to Challenge Judge Lewis Decision On Domicile

by Steve MacDonald September 26, 2012

I confess I am surprised.  The New Hampshire Attorney General will appeal the decision earlier this week,  that would have suspended the new voter registration requirements for Domicile to vote in New Hampshire. One quick note: The articel suggests that the ruling had no affect on the Voter ID law, but I would take issue […]

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Is NH Superior Court Justice John Lewis’ Wife Named Cindy? (Updated and bumped)

by Steve MacDonald September 26, 2012

[Update: Yes, Virgina, Democrat donor Cindy Lewis, IS Judge Lewis’ wife.  I wonder what other left wing connections we will find if we keep looking?] Judge John ‘The Fixer” Lewis threw the State constitution under the bus when he announced Monday that, ‘Hell yeah out of state students with no plans to remain in New […]

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Where Does Hannah Rivers Actually “Live?” (Hint: It doesn’t matter)

by Steve MacDonald September 26, 2012

Domicile, Domicile, where for art thou Domicile?  Or perhaps, ” A transient Domicile by any other name would be as….whatever.”  If you are an out of state college student where you live doesn’t matter, so where you vote does not matter either, and when I say doesn’t matter, I mean it doesn’t matter where in […]

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