Lawsuit

Your Morning Cup of Cancer – Court Says Coffee in California Must Carry Warning Label, Starbucks Should Declare “Sanctuary!”

by Steve MacDonald April 1, 2018

Coffee is under attack. On Wednesday, a Los Angeles judge ruled in favor of a nonprofit that sued 90 coffee companies over claims that they had failed to comply with a state law that requires businesses to warn consumers about chemicals in their products that could cause cancer, Reuters reported. The lawsuit, filed in 2010 […]

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The Court Of My Opinion

by Ed Naile March 31, 2018

I went to a Senate Hearing on CACR 15 on Thursday. There was even a chance for me to testify! This the proposed NH Constitutional Amendment to restore a taxpayer’s right to sue a municipality or the State regarding taxation, a right that was stripped away by recent Superior and State Supra decisions. NH courts […]

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Breaking News: NH Voter Database, Election Integrity Commission Lawsuit Dropped

by Steve MacDonald August 7, 2017

Hot off the digital press from Tony Shinella at Patch, CONCORD, NH — Two elected officials and the ACLU who had planned to sue the state to keep it from releasing the voter registration database to the recently formed Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity have dropped their lawsuit after Bill Gardner agreed to only release pictures […]

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Clock Boy Out of Time – Discrimination Lawsuits Thrown Out by Federal Judge

by Steve MacDonald May 22, 2017

Clock-Boy Ahmed Mohammed is in the news again. His family sued his school district, the school principal, and city officials for discrimination over his “treatment” after he brought a hoax bomb (sorry, a clock) to school. A Federal judge in Northern Texas has thrown out the case. On Thursday, Judge Sam Lindsay of the U.S. […]

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Greenpeace Says You Can’t Sue Us For Accusations That Aren’t True

by Steve MacDonald March 5, 2017

Greenpeace is in court for defamation (in Canada) and RICO violations (in the U.S.). In their defense, they argue that you can’t hold them responsible because “hyperbole.” A funny thing happened when Greenpeace and allies were forced to account for their claims in court. They started changing their tune. Their condemnations of our forestry practices “do not […]

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CNN Through The Looking Glass, With [M]Alice Aforethought!

by Mike February 23, 2017

Where True is Fake, and Fake is True: Atlanta Judge Finds CNN’s Inaccuracy Malicious You can’t make this stuff up (although CNN apparently does!): CNN ran a story claiming that a Florida hospital had infant mortality rates 3x the national average, but last week, an Atlanta judge ruled that CNN had played fast and loose […]

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More Than The Harvard Law Moonbats Bargained For?

by Ed Naile February 10, 2017

The Ninth Circus Court of Bad Apples has just handed President Trump a club with which to beat them. They have ruled that a state, with absolutely no current legal standing, can sue a president if they don’t like his decisions. Even an individual with a half decent 12th-grade education can easily understand they are […]

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Clockhmed and Mohamed Mohamed get SLAPPed!

by Steve MacDonald January 16, 2017

Do you remember Clockhmed? Ahmed “Clock-Boy” Mohamed brought a ‘device’ to school that had the see-something-say-something crowd thinking bomb. He was arrested and suspended, and became the talk of the nation. Was it a misunderstanding or a ploy to tease an anti-Muslim narrative? Whatever the plan was Ahmed’s father Mohamed Mohamed launched a series of defamation […]

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Are Courts Helping Law Firms Run a Class Action Lawsuit Racket?

by Steve MacDonald October 7, 2016

Lawrence Schonbrun is a Lawyer working to educate people about Class Action Lawsuit abuse and how the courts and politicians are letting law firms milk generational wealth for themselves at the expense of those they claim to be representing. *This is something of a programming change. I am going to try to post interviews the […]

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Virginia Gun Group Sues Katie Couric for $12 Million Over Deceptive Editing

by Steve MacDonald September 14, 2016
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Katie Couric and her Director purposefully edited a film to advance the progressive view of guns and gun owners and now it could cost them. The Virgina Citizens Defense League is suing for damages. “the Virginia Citizens Defense League (VCDL), along with two of its members, today filed a $12 million defamation lawsuit against Katie […]

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US Government to Defend Individual Religious Beliefs…

by Steve MacDonald July 16, 2016
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US Government is finally standing up for the individual religious beliefs…of a Rastafarian. The Obama administration is spending taxpayer dollars to sue a private business for not allowing a male employee to have long, matted and knotted hair required to practice an “Afrocentric” religion in which followers also smoke marijuana (“the spiritual use of cannabis”). Known as […]

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SCOTUS Puts Clean Power Plan On Hold

by Steve MacDonald February 9, 2016
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On a 5-4 vote the US Supreme Court has blocked implementation of the Presidents Clean Power Plan while legal challenges work their way through the courts. Let us hope that the legal system drags this one out until at least the end of January 2017. If the GOP doesn’t screw this election up we might […]

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GrokTALK! – Why The Lawsuit Had To Fail

by Steve MacDonald September 2, 2015
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One of our resident NH Education Gurus, Jorge Mesa-Tejada, explains why a lawsuit filed by two towns against their School administrative Unit was doomed from the start; and it had nothing to do with the merit of the case they brought (and the taxpayers still have options…) Want the entire program? Get it here! GrokTALK! […]

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Breaking News: NH Senate Tables Buffer Zone Repeal -Taxpayers Will Now Pay

by Steve MacDonald May 14, 2015
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Republican Senators Jerry Little and Nancy Stiles sided with Democrats in a  12-12 vote on the buffer Zone repeal bill in the NH State Senate.  Jeb Bradley (a co-sponsor of the unconstitutional law this would repeal) immediately moved to table the repeal bill which will send a signal to the judge that the lawsuit against […]

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Is Someone Going To Sue Governor Hassan?

by Steve MacDonald March 16, 2015
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I get to listen to about 15 minutes of Girard at Large on my way to work and this morning in the seven-o’clock hour the subject of Governor Maggie Hassan’s illegal edict came up.  I guess she is above the law. The Duchess of Exeter has declared correspondence between herself and her Ministers (at her […]

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Stripper Sues ‘Naked Dating’ for Failing to Satisfy Oral Agreement.

by Steve MacDonald March 10, 2015
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Stripper sues Naked Dating Show for failing to satisfy oral agreement.  Judge tosses case. (Jessie) Nizewitz, 28, filed the complaint in New York Supreme Court last August, alleging she “suffered and continues to suffer severe extreme emotional distress, mental anguish, humiliation and embarrassment” from having her private parts broadcast to a national audience. Because everyone […]

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Billy Baer Brings Lawsuit Against Gilford NH Officer Who Arrested Him

by Steve MacDonald February 25, 2015
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This is what has to happen.  Officers who know the law need to be held to account for false arrest, including arresting people because some board or committee flunky doesn’t like where a public conversation is headed. (Laconia Daily Sun) William Baer has filed a suit in the United States District Court for the District […]

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The GOP Party Chair Pool Caper

by Steve MacDonald January 7, 2015
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Small business owner Brian Demyanovich has been sued by Republican State party chair Jennifer Horn for damage caused to a pool Brian installed at her home.   We’ve got news on the current status of the suit, and Brian’s story.  Listen, then tell me who you think is really at fault.   If you’d like to […]

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GrokTALK! for 1/2/2015 – The Video

by Skip January 3, 2015

Per usual, Steve has had the entire show’s audio podcast up for a while; keep watching as he breaks it out to each segment and I’m betting there’ll be a few GrokSHOTS! outa this one as well.  In the mean time, here’s the video from the show and as you can see, a new format […]

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Seventeen States are Suing Obama over Executive Amnesty

by Steve MacDonald December 4, 2014
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Seventeen States are Suing Obama over Executive Amnesty Texas Governor-Elect Greg Abbott is leading a 17-state coalition in a lawsuit challenging the legality of President Obama’s plan to grant executive amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants currently residing within our borders. There are three main parts to the lawsuit: first, that Obama’s Executive Action violates […]

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Rush Limbaugh Threatens to Sue DCCC

by Steve MacDonald November 10, 2014
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The DCCC stated in a September fundraising letter that “Rush Limbaugh is advocating for the tolerance of rape.” Mr. Limbaugh’s legal team has notified the DCCC that they intend to sue them for defamation. Limbaugh retained the services of lawyer Patty Glaser and demanded that the DCCC “preserve all records in anticipation of a lawsuit […]

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C4NH is Suing the IRS

by Steve MacDonald October 30, 2014
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Go get ’em. Contact: Derek Dufresne Derek@RightOnStrategies.com 202-809-6013   (October 30, 2014) – Today, the American Center for Law & Justice (ACLJ) filed a federal lawsuit in New Hampshire against the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) on behalf of Citizens for a Strong New Hampshire, claiming the IRS is unlawfully delaying the release of records between the […]

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Is NH GOP Chair Jennifer Horn harassing a small biz owner – because she can?

by Skip October 2, 2014

Update: from an email commenter:  “Shared. Having been involved in all areas of construction for over 30 years, also with pools, sounds to me this guy isn’t bull shitting and sounds like something Jennifer would pull. It’s very important when putting anything attached to, above or aside the lining walls of an in ground or […]

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Has SB 120 – “The Incumbent Protection Act” – become law or not?

by Susan Olsen June 27, 2014

Seems the Democrat Governors’ Association (DGA), of which NH Governor Hassan is vice chair, has sued the state of Connecticut this past April alleging that its campaign finance restrictions violate free speech. Could this be why NH’s own SB 120 , the “Incumbent Protection Act”, enrolled on June 4, 2014, has either not literally been signed […]

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GrokTALK! Interview – Jason Bedrick on School Choice

by Steve MacDonald December 29, 2013

(Note: Audio links have been ‘refreshed.’ Everything should be working properly now. Enjoy.) We are not doing a two-hour show this week–our next full program in on Jan 4, 2014– but I found myself in Concord and took the opportunity to do a phone interview on the topic of School Choice with Jason Bedrick. Jason […]

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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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Do You Have Any Idea Just How Good This News Is?

by Steve MacDonald October 23, 2013

Stay with me….(From the Union Leader) The House Commerce and Consumer Affairs Committee on Tuesday recommended killing a bill that would have allowed the state to discuss running its own health insurance exchange under the Affordable Care Act. House Bill 544 would have removed a prohibition in a 2012 law forbidding the state from running […]

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Asiana PR Disaster: Tells KTVU “Wi Su Yoo” Over Fake Names!

by Mike July 15, 2013

In “Bad-Lee Had“, I explained how KTVU San Francisco had gotten itself into hot water by taking some rather strange pilot names from a mischievous intern at the NTSB, without even sounding them out before putting them on air – dumb! (click graphic for a closer look) Compounding the problem, for which KTVU and the […]

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When is someone going to sue the state of Connecticut?

by Steve MacDonald June 29, 2013

When is someone going to sue the state of Connecticut for public endangerment and as an accomplice to murder? Children are dead because of a policy agenda, sold to the people as a better guarantee of safety, enforced by the police state, that intentionally disarmed its citizens, and clearly identified the places where they would […]

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City of Keene Files Lawsuit Against Robin Hood

by Steve MacDonald May 14, 2013

Six members of Free Keene have been wandering the city with pockets full of change, looking for expired parking meters to feed.  When they find one they drop in some coins and leave a calling card. Union Leader Members of the group place cards under windshield wipers that read, “Your meter expired; however, we saved you from […]

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