ICYMI – Jane Cormier with Jack Heath This Morning on NH Today!

by Steve MacDonald June 20, 2018

Jane Cormier is a candidate for the New Hampshire Executive Council in District 4. Jane spent a few minutes on the air this morning with Jack Heath on NH Today, as reported here yesterday. If you missed it, here’s the link on WGIR AM 610’s iHeart Radio feed. The link directs you to WGIR on iHeart […]

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Could EverSource State Supreme Court Victory Mean Lower Electric Rates in NH?

by Steve MacDonald May 23, 2018

New Hampshire has a resource problem. We’ve too many ax-grinders protesting energy infrastructure projects but you can’t create electricity with those. Not legally. You need something else. Several somethings. But each and every effort to improve energy infrastructure in the Granite State is protested, blocked, or dragged out in court until the developers give up. […]

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Some Voters Are More Equal Than Others

by Ed Naile May 3, 2018

The old “loophole” argument is back at it again when it comes to voter fraud in NH. The “powers that be” who will not prosecute out-of-state voters have determined there is no law mandating a NH driver’s license to vote in NH. That is their current excuse. This simpleton argument has no merit, but it […]

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Maine Democrats Block Effort to Make FGM Illegal

by Steve MacDonald April 24, 2018

The New Hampshire legislature passed legislation last week prohibiting Female Genital Mutilation of a minor in the Granite State. Governor Sununu is expected to sign it. Maine’s majority Democrat House decided not to support similar legislation. This week, Maine House Democrats sent a clear message that female genital mutilation (FGM) performed on young girls should not be […]

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If You Like Great Food and Frank Sinatra…

by Steve MacDonald April 14, 2018

A few months ago we planned an evening out. Frank Sinatra Night at Tuscan Kitchen in Salem. Get dressed up. Dine on some excellent Italian food (4 courses) and listen to a Frank Sinatra impersonator. What could go wrong? As you’ll likely know by now, I had a heart attack Monday. I came home Thursday. But sitting and […]

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Pine Tree Ramblings – Special “Pine Tree Riot” Edition 2018

by Tom April 13, 2018

246 years ago today, Hillsborough County royal Sheriff Benjamin Whiting and Deputy John Quigley rode up to South Weare, NH from Hollis, to issue a warrant for the arrest of Ebenezer Mudgett and others, for the crime of cutting trees greater than 12 inches diameter on their own property. They stayed the night at a […]

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Jane Cormier Announces Run for Executive Council District 4

by Op-Ed April 6, 2018

Press Release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Jane Cormier Ph: 603-781-5695 Email: jane4ec@gmail.com Hooksett, NH – The Honorable Jane Cormier, has announced her run for the Executive Council District 4. “The Executive Council provides many important responsibilities to the citizens of New Hampshire, including the oversight and approval of approximately $5.2 billion dollars of the annual […]

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New Hampshire Young Democrats Phone Bank to Protect Voter Fraud

by Steve MacDonald April 3, 2018

The New Hampshire Young Democrats Facebook page has a status update seeking help to make phone calls to stop HB1264. They mean to prevent efforts that could stop “out of state students” “from voting in New Hampshire.” These are the same Young Democrats who will not phone bank to end the injustice of high-priced out-of-state […]

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Did Windham’s Dennis Senibaldi violate the state computer crime law?

by Kimberly Morin April 2, 2018

BUMPED: First posted on 3/24/15. Well, it seems that Dennis Senibaldi may have gotten himself into a peck of a place during this past election – and I’m not just talking about the blizzard we got. Our intrepid Kimberly was all over this – and it makes a great reminder of what current School Board […]

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An RSA 91-A Request To the NH Secretary of State

by Ed Naile March 22, 2018

The included documents (below) are my RSA 91-A request for information regarding the efforts the NH Secretary of State uses to keep our taxpayer paid-for Statewide Voter Database free of deficiencies. The Secretary of State’s response is also included (also below). They claim to be exempt from the National Voter Rights Act of 1993 because […]

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Women’s Defense League 2A Rally – Sen. Kevin Avard

by Steve MacDonald March 10, 2018

State Sen. Kevin Avard speaks to the crowd in front of the New Hampshire State House at the 4th Annual Women’s Defense League 2A Rally in Concord New Hampshire. Visit WDLNH.org Also Available on Google Play

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Data Point – NH unemployment rate

by Skip March 1, 2018

Reformatted, emphasis mine: The state’s unemployment rate in January stood at 2.6 percent, unchanged from December. That was lower than a year earlier, when the rate was 2.8 percent. There were 727,310 employed residents last month, an increase of 60 from December and 1,770 more than in January 2017, New Hampshire Employment Security reported Tuesday. There were […]

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Data Point – Energy costs for NH are high for a reason!

by Skip November 20, 2017

Looking at both gasoline and electric prices for the 48-contiguous states and weighting each the same shows that Louisiana and Oklahoma have the nation’s lowest prices for these two essential energy staples. Louisiana’s combined gasoline and electricity prices were 37 percent below the national average while Oklahoma enjoyed a discount of 33 percent below the […]

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NH Enters Day Six of Media Blackout on Wasserman Schultz/Imran Awan Story

by Steve MacDonald July 30, 2017

Imran Awan is Democrat Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz’ Pakistani IT guy. A man implicated in a growing scandal involving several congressional offices, computer equipment, and the data on some damaged hard drives. A man who ran the DNC chairs IT operations out of her congressional House offices, on her payroll until the day after he was arrested […]

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But Chris, if it’s THAT important…

by Skip June 15, 2017

Emphasis mine, reformatted: Sununu presses Trump officials for continued funding of NH programs In a series of meetings with top Trump administration officials on Monday, Gov. Chris Sununu pressed for continued funding of environmental and education programs that are targeted for cuts in the President’s budget, but considered essential for New Hampshire. “ Essential, eh? absolutely […]

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Someone in the NH Senate Got a Phone Call About their Revenue Estimates

by Steve MacDonald May 24, 2017

Back on May 17th, the New Hampshire Senate Ways and Means Committee produced revenue estimates $14 million below what the House handed to them. By May 21st, they had changed their mind. In an unusual move, the Senate Ways and Means Committee opted to revisit the revenue estimates for the General and Education Trust Funds […]

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Republicans: formerly the Party of LESSER government. Now, how to tell them from the Dems?

by Skip March 29, 2017

First off, NH: As it currently stands, the budget will exceed $12 billion for the first time ever. The cost of running state government will be about $9,000 for every man, woman, and child in NH. Is your family getting its money’s worth? Can you afford to pay your share? Here are the numbers from the last budget […]

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What Domicile Does One Use For An Unlawful Election At A Postponed Meeting?

by Ed Naile March 25, 2017

I have had the pleasure of watching an attorney from the New Hampshire Municipal Association (aka – Local Government Center) conclude that various annual meetings in NH were lawfully postponed by various moderators because of a snow storm. The NHMA counsel is using RSA 40:4. The NH Secretary of State takes issue with the NHMA […]

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Pine Tree Ramblings (Vol 1)

by Tom March 15, 2017

For a few years, I was a regular, rabid contributor to this blog.  Over the past year or so, for a number of lame reasons, I haven’t been able to make the time to write more than once every few months.  My issue is that I try to make every posting a masterpiece of sociopolitical […]

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SB 47 – A Voter Fraud Clown Car Stopped By – No Thanks

by Ed Naile March 2, 2017

A little bird called me early this morning to let me know about an article regarding voter fraud in the Manchester paper. It is a letter to the editor by two attorneys warning everyone about SB 47, a bill to let Secretary of State Bill Gardner, of all people, handle voter fraud investigations – not […]

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NH House Committee Approves Bill that Could Give Sexual Predators Access to Women’s Bathrooms and Locker Rooms

by Steve MacDonald February 23, 2017

A New Hampshire House Committee just advanced legislation that will give sexual predators unfettered access to your wives and daughters, and sisters and mothers, in bathrooms and locker rooms all across the state. The bill adds ‘gender identity’ alongside age, race, color, religion, sex, disability, familial status, marital status, or national origin, and that is […]

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NH Civil Liberties Union – No Voter Fraud in NH in 15 Years

by Ed Naile February 19, 2017

Let’s put the NH Attorney General’s Office on trial for voter fraud – denial. In 2015 the NH Civil Liberties Union sent a legal RSA 91-A Right to Know request to the NH AG asking for all documents regarding vote fraud investigations conducted by the office from 2000 – 2015. That would be my area […]

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Frank Edelblut Confirmed as Commissioner of the NH Dept. of Education

by Steve MacDonald February 15, 2017

For Immediate Release February 15, 2017 Contact: Governor Sununu Press Office (603) 271-2121 Sununu.Press@nh.gov Governor Chris Sununu Statement on Confirmation of Frank Edelblut as Commissioner of the Department of Education Concord, NH – Following today’s Executive Council vote to confirm Frank Edelblut as Commissioner of the Department of Education, Governor Chris Sununu issued the following […]

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Fergus Cullen Want’s A Vote Fraud Bus? We’ll Give Him One.

by Steve MacDonald February 15, 2017

Edited from the original posted March 21, 2014 In November 2012 there was some vote fraud. I know Democrats (including Democrats registered as Republicans) are denying it, but it is true. People who should not have voted from inside and outside the swing state of New Hampshire came here and voted, again. Democrats conspired and planned it, […]

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A Message to Commissioner Ellen L. Weintraub of the Federal Elections Commission

by Ed Naile February 12, 2017

Having read your open letter to President Trump regarding voter fraud in the State of New Hampshire, where I happen to be a legal, domiciled resident, as well as a qualified voter, I offer some simple clarification about NH and voter fraud. First of all, thank you very much for the opportunity to expose your […]

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Breaking News: New Hampshire House Passes Constitutional Carry 200 to 97 (Added Roll Call)

by Steve MacDonald February 9, 2017

From NH House Rep. John Burt c/o Facebook. New Hampshire House just passed Constitutional Carry by a vote of 200 to 97. Now to the Governors desk where he said he will sign Constitutional Carry. God Bless New Hampshire. Congratulations to everyone who worked on this (SB12) and our thanks to the legislators who braved […]

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Democrats Said Business Tax Cuts in NH Would “Throw The Budget Off” by $100 Million, and They Were Right

by Steve MacDonald February 1, 2017

Remember when Democrats said that the Republicans proposed business tax cuts would lead to a budget shortfall? They were hyperbolic in their pronouncements. Doom. Gloom. Calling the proposal dishonest in what it pays for, Hassan blasted the GOP spending plan, saying corporate tax cuts to businesses based out of state would leave the budget out […]

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The NH State Senate Passed Right to Work Yesterday

by Steve MacDonald January 20, 2017

Right to Work (RTW) has passed the State Senate and moved on to the New Hampshire House. I learned this while walking past the newspaper stand leaving Wal-Mart today. The Nashua Telegraph lead their report with the words, “Senate passes so-called right to work…” So-called Right to Work. I laughed out loud. Yeah, it’s the Nashua […]

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NH State Senate Passes Constitutional Carry

by Steve MacDonald January 19, 2017

Union Leader The state Senate, as expected, voted along party lines, 13-10 on Thursday, to approve a bill that would make it easier to legally carry a concealed weapon in New Hampshire.  “Easier” means, anyone who can legally carry a firearm may do so concealed without additional permission. Democrat State Sen. Bette “My Husband Elliot steals […]

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