There is Nothing Worse Than Self-righteous Leftists – Especially in Keene

by Ed Naile July 10, 2017

Keene City Councilors Terry M. Clark and Randy L. Filiault are asking Keene Mayor Kendall Lane if the Keene City Council can vote on a publicity stunt resolution. They are all about pronouncing to the World their Keene City Council’s objection to a lawful request for voter information from the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election […]

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On Paris The NH Democrat Delegation Sides With Big Oil

by Steve MacDonald June 19, 2017

When Donald Trump announced his administration’s departure from the Paris Climate Accords the usual suspects came out and said the usual things. The Democrats, environmental left, and the media have been grinding their anti-Trump axes on this for weeks, all the while forgetting to mention how they are also siding with Big Oil. Big Oil does […]

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NH State Rep Gladys Johnsen (D-Keene)

by Steve MacDonald December 9, 2015
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Back in July Free Keene captured NH House Rep. Gladys Johnsen during a traffic stop. She didn’t like being recorded. Well that’s just too bad isn’t it? Public official, police officer, public area, no matter, Gladys wasn’t very Kravitz. She was more into the public display of either ignorance or arrogance. Could be both but […]

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New Hampshire Democrat Party Should Pay For Keene Pumpkin Fest Riot

by Steve MacDonald December 23, 2014
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Keene is run by Democrats, you can just tell… (From KEENE, N.H. (AP) — Officials in a New Hampshire city want the organizers of an annual pumpkin festival to pay $90,000 in costs incurred after violent disturbances broke out this year. WMUR-TV ( ) reports that city officials say additional security and overtime for […]

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All In The Voter Fraud family

by Ed Naile January 14, 2014

Adam G. Kumpu of Milford, possibly 46 Dearborn Street, or 48 Noon’s Quarry Rd, or a dorm in Keene, conspired with his mother, Janine F. Kumpu, of one or both of the two above listed addresses in Milford – but voting from 46 Dearborn Street, to cast TWO votes in the November 2012 Election. With […]

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City Suit Against Keene Robin Hooders Dismissed by NH Superior Court Judge

by Steve MacDonald December 5, 2013
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Back in May of this year the People’s Republic of Keene, the city of Keene New Hampshire, filed a lawsuit against six members of Free Keene for “taunting and intimidating” parking enforcement officers. These six members of Free Keene were moving around the city putting change in expired meters to prevent the drivers from getting […]

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Robin Hoods vs. Parking Enforcement Officers!

by Tim Condon May 23, 2013

Robin Hoods win. Heh: The Free State Project’s “Keeniacs” are at it again. It seems that a bunch of libertarians down in Keene have become modern-day Robin Hoods. They roam Keene searching for cars where parking meters are about to expire…and then pop in some more coins. Great fun! (And, not incidentally, less money for […]

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Because They Voted Where It Matters

by Steve MacDonald November 11, 2012 has an article today observing that pro-obama turnout in New Hampshire’s college towns is less than it was in 2008.  There is very intentional mention of concerns (from folks like myself I assume) about out of state students being used to tip the election; but how no one could ever know how they’d vote, […]

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Soft Underbelly

by Steve MacDonald June 8, 2010

  NH House Rep Kris E Roberts, in a comment made over on the Marchand Group web site (a democrat campaign and advocacy consulting group) we see evidence of what I’ve suggested all along; that a vote for any democrat is a vote for the leadership’s agenda and little else.  Kris is commenting at the […]

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