Laws

GrokTALK! – The Administrative State

by Steve MacDonald December 19, 2014

In segment four we explore the administrative state and how you can’t do anything anymore without violating a regulation or a law; you can’t even feed the homeless without permission from the state.  You even need a sticker on your dinghy! It is the ongoing inversion of responsibility from the citizen to the government. And […]

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January One, 1850

by Ed Naile October 22, 2014

As state by state voter fraud schemes created by lawsuits, rigged court cases, and leftist legislatures take hold you will see more stories like this one from New York state where some voters are “164 years old”. A single Bronx voter listed in official records as being 164 years old led Board of Elections officials […]

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David Hart inspired my letter to Senator Ayotte

by Don April 17, 2013

Dear Senator Ayotte, My letter is inspired by David B. Hart’s letter to you in Friday‘s (April 12, 2013) The Citizen of Laconia. Apparently thinking you were unaware, Hart told you that the Senate will soon consider “common sense limitations on gun violence“, which he apparently thinks would have avoided the Newtown massacre. The Newtown […]

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18 USC 922 – Prohibited Persons

by Susan Olsen February 4, 2013

Cross-posted in its entirety: H/T Ace of Spades 18 USC 922 – Prohibited Persons “There’s all sorts of “discussion” about firearms law in this country, 99.99% of which is nonproductive blather not worth paying any attention to because of all the intentional distortions being spread by participants propagandists. I use the word “intentional” here very […]

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Jury Nullification Bill In NH Senate

by Steve MacDonald May 31, 2011

The New Hampshire Senate will be voting on HB 146 this week, a bill that would give the jury in any trial the power of nullification.

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