NH

They just keep trying, don’t they?

by Tom June 26, 2015

In today’s Concord Fishwrap (no offense to fish), you’ll see another editorial about guns.  Yet another vapid.repetitive.attempt to imply that the backwater, 18th century Founding Fathers had no idea, when they wrote the muskets-only Second Amendment, that semi-automatic firearms would ever be invented. Had the editorial’s authors only been there to tell them, the Founders would have surely backed […]

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Will Gov. Hassan Shut Down State Government?

by Steve MacDonald June 25, 2015
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Gov. Hassan has threatened to veto the state budget but..“If you look at the past history of (New Hampshire) governors vetoing budgets…they all lost their next election.” The New Hampshire state budget gets a final vote in the Republican-majority Legislature this week, a deal hammered out between the chambers in a committee of conference. But […]

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EIEI Oh NO!

by Ed Naile June 14, 2015

The NH State Supreme Court, remember them? They had the distinction of having several members impeached back in 2001 for trying to rig a decision. But as in the Clinton style we have become so used to their antics they are still with us because too many lawyers and lawyer spouses were on the Senate […]

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Sign Of The Times

by Ed Naile June 14, 2015

As I drive around my area of NH and see the Obama Economy in action, an idea for a small business evolved in my mind. I’m thinking real estate will be the next big thing. How about this for a killer small business: long lasting “FOR SALE BY OWNER” real estate signs that are guaranteed […]

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What Does ‘Non Resident’ Really Mean in 159:6 ?

by Steve MacDonald June 3, 2015
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Great question from a reader – “How does the State Supreme Court Define ‘Non-Resident’ in 159:6?, ” which is New Hampshire’s discriminatory pistol revolver licensing law. And no, we can’t take the simple, approach.  Residency, domicile, and presence, all have multiple definitions in NH “law.”  Lawyers from Arkansas can vote absentee in New Hampshire from […]

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Governor Hassan is ignoring NH WOMEN but catering to NY billionaire Michael Bloomberg. WHY?

by Kimberly Morin June 2, 2015

Governor Hassan has decided to listen to New York billionaire Michael Bloomberg over the thousands of women in New Hampshire who have contacted her to Restore Women’s Rights and end state-sanctioned discrimination. Law-abiding women are being discriminated against for….  being women when daring to actually have the nerve to protect themselves how they see fit. […]

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One More Thing…  (About Carl Robert Gibson)

by Ed Naile June 1, 2015

Carl Robert Gibson, Occupy.com vote thief, is not an enigma – more like an enema. He just keeps on giving! As we found out today, and as Carl Robert Gibson and all his friends probably suspect we will keep finding out, Carl Robert Gibson gave a phony address as his “voting domicile” in NH – […]

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Is Governor Maggie Hassan really a champion for women’s rights?

by Kimberly Morin May 31, 2015

On Friday the New Hampshire Senate was scheduled to vote Senate Bill 116 (SB 116) aka Constitutional Carry in a conference of committee to agree with the house changes. The bill will now make its way to Governor Maggie Hassan’s desk. Hassan already stated, in kabuki theatre with Moms Demand Action of New Hampshire, that […]

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Open carry versus concealed carry: Size matters

by Kimberly Morin May 28, 2015

On Tuesday the Women’s Defense League of New Hampshire held a press conference to discuss the results of a poll they conducted. The poll proves that a majority of Granite Staters are against allowing the state-sanctioned discrimination of the current pistol license law to continue. The poll also showed that a whopping 89% of voters […]

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GrokTALK! – Meet Gov. Boon Doggle

by Steve MacDonald May 27, 2015
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Maggs Hassan signed the Boondoggle bill this week, establishing a culture of taxpayer backed greed amongst the elected class–and anyone looking for a few bucks to tie a boon to a doggle. So Kimberly Morin joins us to discuss this new nail in the coffin of the New Hampshire economy.  We also visit the lousy […]

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What ‘Bottom’ Is Senator Jeff Woodburn Suggesting We “Pinch.”

by Steve MacDonald May 27, 2015
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The New Hampshire State Senate has proposed language to lower the Business Enterprise Tax and the Business profits Tax beginning in 2017.  The proposed change would reduce the BPT by 0.4% and the BET by 0.075% (in total) by the end of 2019, but can we even call this “flirting” with tax reform? Don’t get […]

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The “professional” NH press will not pee in its own soup

by Ed Naile May 27, 2015

Awaiting arraignment at 8:30 AM, June 22, in Concord District Court, New Hampshire/Wisconsin voter Carl Robert Gibson is probably having a laugh at the expense of all of us lesser beings. Carl Robert Gibson is a smart guy. He gets away with all kinds of what the Concord Monitor call “pranks”. No “professional” news organization […]

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Where Did 11,440 NH Workers Go?

by Steve MacDonald May 20, 2015
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The New Hampshire Department of Employment Security (NHDES) released the April job numbers yesterday. New Hampshire’s unemployment rate is being reported as 3.8%.  (746,530 people in the NH labor force, 717,870 are employed, 28,660 listed as unemployed.) That sounds pretty good, but in July of 2008 there were 756,570 people in the NH labor force […]

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What Really Exacerbates Student Debt?

by Steve MacDonald May 17, 2015
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SADDLED WITH STUDENT DEBT: New Hampshire’s bailouts of and subsidies to the state university system have only exacerbated the student debt and brain drain problems. New Hampshire consistently ranks near the top for student debt and percentage of students graduating with debt.  We were number one in 2013 and number two in 2014.  And while we’ve […]

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Carl “Homer” Gibson

by Ed Naile May 16, 2015

They refer to him as a “liberal activist” in the media stories of the left wing, last minute hoax pulled on a 19 year old Republican candidate for office in a New Hampshire Special Election. A “liberal activist” is he? I don’t think so. Carl “Homer” Gibson is more than your average liberal activist. He […]

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Two-State Voter Jared Cram: More Proof That There is No Ballot Integrity In NH.

by Steve MacDonald April 27, 2015
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You may recall Democrat Jared Steven Cram.  He’s a lawyer in Pennsylvania, where he has been living, working, and voting continuously since 2005 (with the exception of 2008).  He has been registered in PA since 2002 as a student at PSU.  This is the same Jared Steven Cram who has also been continuously registered to […]

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Hannah Rivers Revisited – 2015

by Ed Naile April 27, 2015

The case before the NH State Supreme Court May 22, 2015 is about an offensive, to non-resident voters, legislative addition to our NH Election law, RSA 654:7, that informs a registering voter that they must follow all NH statutes when declaring NH their domicile to vote. Domicile is the requirement of our State Constitution for […]

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A Case Of “Let’s Pretend”

by Ed Naile April 22, 2015

Today I went to the embarrassment that is the NH State Supreme Court and watched the NH Attorney General’s Office representative, in the most recent incarnation of the “Mobile Domicile” case, stutter and hem and haw his way to its illogical end. This NH AG lawyer, a Mr. Labonte, stood there as Justice Hughes said […]

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NH State Supreme Court to Hear Vote Fraud Case Wednesday

by Steve MacDonald April 21, 2015
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This is all I’ve got on the hearing but if you can, take Ed’s advice and go see it for yourself. CNHT FRIENDS, Wednesday at 10:00 AM the NH Supreme Court will hear the original Hannah Rivers case about “mobile domiciled” student voters. Show up and watch what our court does to your right to […]

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603 Alliance Grassroots Summit Live Stream

by Steve MacDonald April 19, 2015

We are streaming live from the 603 Alliance Grassroots Summit at the Crowne Plaza in Nashua NH. (List of speakers here) Event is from 9:30 am to 3pm EST Video Live Stream Live broadcast by UstreamIf you don’t see it here, you can always watch it at USTREAM.tv here.  

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2015 Economic Outlook Rankings

by Steve MacDonald April 17, 2015
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Where does your state rank for #economic outlook in 2015? Find out in our newest #RSPS report, http://t.co/qPWKvd5qfb pic.twitter.com/VHr95ixQU4 — ALEC (@ALEC_states) April 8, 2015

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Candidate Rand Paul in Milford NH

by Tom April 11, 2015

For those who couldn’t make it, Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) held his first event as a Presidential Candidate in the Milford, NH Town Hall this past Wednesday, April 8, 2015. A crowd of about 500 was on hand to listen to the Senator-candidate, who was introduced by NH Senator Andy Sanborn. Watch for yourself.  

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Conway Daily Sun doesn’t get the facts straight on Senate Bill 116

by Kimberly Morin April 9, 2015

Yesterday Daymond Steer of the Conway Daily Sun wrote an article about the House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee’s vote on SB 116 also known as ‘Constitutional Carry’. That vote happened today and the bill passed out of committee with the recommendation of ‘Ought to Pass’. Steer did his due diligence by interviewing both […]

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Do NH legislators Want A Legal Battle On Buffer Zone Law?

by Steve MacDonald April 8, 2015
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“If the New Hampshire legislature refuses to repeal its buffer zone law, a court challenge will move forward, costing taxpayers.” Last spring, the U.S. Supreme Court was preparing to rule on a challenge to a Massachusetts buffer zone law.  In New Hampshire, three Republican state senators and a handful of Democrats proposed and shepherded a […]

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GrokTALK! The Vote Fraud ‘Cliffs’ of Dover

by Steve MacDonald April 6, 2015
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CNHT Chairman Ed Naile provides an up to date look at the vote fraud situation in Dover, New Hampshire, the recent hearing with the state Ballot Law Commission, and how their thinking they didn’t give him anything gave him everything he needs. You can listen to the entire podcast here Follow us on YouTube, USTREAM, […]

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Democrats think you are SELFISH if you want to KEEP more of your own money

by Kimberly Morin April 1, 2015

While torturing myself listening to this morning’s painful budget session in the House, I also was watching Twitter. You wouldn’t believe (actually you probably would) the Democrats and ‘gimmie, gimmie’ more tweets that are being put out there.

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Updated – Yvonne Dean-Bailey Wins Special Election Primary

by Steve MacDonald April 1, 2015
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Update – Added vote totals Yvonne Dean-Bailey, who was a GrokTALK! guest back on Feb 27, has won her primary in Rockingham County District 32 (Candia, Deerfield, Northwood, and Nottingham). Yvonne now advances to the special election on May 19th against Democrat Maureen Mann. GOP Press Release Our earlier interview with Yvonne

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New Hampshire “Budget Cuts”

by Steve MacDonald March 31, 2015
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This needs some work, but I think you get the point.  The budget is growing, not shrinking.  We are spending more. Spending “less” more is NOT a budget cut.    

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Shouldn’t NH Move the RGGI Money to the Road Repair Budget?

by Steve MacDonald March 30, 2015
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Back on Feb 17 I made what I thought was a very sensible suggestion. If Global warming still causes increased snowfall… …seems to me the tens of millions in RGGI emissions reduction plunder we get annually would be  better spent offsetting the cost of snow removal. I don’t think they listened, but I have another, […]

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Dennis Senibaldi: An example of why Public Officials should NEVER comment on Facebook if they can’t back themselves up

by Kimberly Morin March 29, 2015

I almost feel a little sorry for Dennis Senibaldi. The first rule any public official should follow is to never use intimidation or bullying against a writer or blogger with a fairly decent-sized audience. The second rule any public official should follow is to never comment on articles or blogs that show them in a […]

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