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Did the New Hampshire Department of Justice Hack the 2018 Election?

by Ed Mosca August 25, 2018

If you have been following New Hampshire politics this year, you know that House Bill 1264 became law.  HB 1264 is intended to end the undemocratic practice of allowing out-of-state residents to vote in New Hampshire elections. Once HB 1264 becomes effective the act of voting in New Hampshire will be deemed a declaration by […]

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It’s Still Voter Fraud – Like It Or Not

by Ed Naile May 31, 2018

New Hampshire has about 980,000 registered voters. At least 5,300 of those voters: Can’t legally register their dog in New Hampshire. May not legally obtain a NH hunting license. None of those “voters” are qualified to be called for jury duty in the Granite State. Are paying out-of-state college tuition at NH State Colleges because […]

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Public Documents Are Secret For A Reason

by Ed Naile February 12, 2018

Last Friday, February 9, 2018, I stopped by State Archives on Fruit St. in Concord to check out a name or two of the over 6,500 out-of-state voters from our 2016 NH General Election. That would be the one a US Senator lost by 1,017 votes.

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Investigating Voter Fraud Investigators III

by Ed Naile February 28, 2017

Here is one of my favorite NH Attorney General’s Office investigations of voter fraud. On August 26, 2010, the NH AG received a complaint* that Megan Jo Searles allegedly voted in both Pembroke and Allenstown during the January 8, 2010, Presidential Primary. But the complaint that triggered this investigation is never identified. No source of the […]

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No Voter Fraud Part II

by Ed Naile February 20, 2017

Documents From Secretary of State’s Office Show No Evidence of Out-of-State Drive-By Voter Fraud June 11, 2015 (ACLU of NH Report) I have to thank the ACLU of NH for doing so much homework on voter fraud denial for me. It takes so long to explain this affliction I often find myself at a loss […]

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Judge Must Still Rule on Brief in Case of Carl Robert Gibson

by Ed Naile August 4, 2016

CNHT has been tracking and documenting voter fraud since 2000. The Carl Robert Gibson case is a prime example of how voter fraud is accepted and ignored by the parties you would normally expect to prosecute and expose it. Carl Robert Gibson is one of many outside activists who come to NH every election cycle. […]

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Kyle Tasker’s “Client” List

by Steve MacDonald May 22, 2016
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The existence of the Kyle Tasker client list is still the subject of much speculation. The NH AG, as reported by the Union Leader on May 18th, doesn’t know anything about a credible list. “I don’t know where this thing about a list is coming from,” said Attorney General Joseph Foster. “I’ve heard rumors, but […]

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NH AG Dropped Unsworn Falsification Charge Against Joe Barton

by Steve MacDonald May 20, 2016
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If you thought the deflate-gate scandal was dragging out, then you haven’t been paying attention to the New Hampshire Attorney General’s snails-pace prosecution of Newmarket, New Hampshire Republican, Joe Barton. Joe, arrested on November 4th, 2014, was charged with simple assault and resisting arrest. An additional charge of unsworn falsification on Sept 1, 2015, alleged that the letter signed by […]

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Let’s Play a Word Game With the Phrase “Is Seldom Abused”

by Steve MacDonald April 22, 2016
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Kimberly has a post here in which the NH Department of Safety admits that Police chiefs have abused their power when it comes to discriminating against legal gun owners requesting pistol revolver licenses. The word used with regard to the abuse of power is ‘Seldom.’ Yes, there is abuse but because it is infrequent, we’d rather […]

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Update from Project Veritas on Being Subpoenaed by the NH AG’s Office Yesterday

by Ed Naile March 18, 2016

Update from Project Veritas on being subpoenaed by the NH AG’s office yesterday.   Update: While delivering a hard drive of the raw footage to Governor Hassan (and on YouTube to the entire world) from all three recent New Hampshire videos, James O’Keefe was served with a Grand Jury subpoena ordering him to surrender the […]

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Fox News Reports About NH Voter Fraud – Do They Know Our History?

by Ed Naile January 27, 2016

In 2010 The NH AG Investigated a report of double voting in a town election. See if you notice anything strange about this investigation – except it is like other NH voter fraud investigations – not much investigation. Jon R. Deacon Re: Violation of RSA 659:34, I January 12, 2011 Jon R. Deacon Re: Violation […]

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NH DOE Fails to Get Injunction Against Croydon

by Steve MacDonald December 16, 2015
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Michelle Levell | School Choice for New Hampshire On December 14, 2015 the presiding judge of the Strafford Superior Court, Justice Brian T. Tucker, denied the injunction brought by the NH Department of Education and Attorney General against the Croydon School Board. The NH DOE and AG claimed that the four Croydon students would be […]

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Injunction Hearing for Croydon vs the NH DOE

by Steve MacDonald December 1, 2015
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Michelle Levell | School Choice for New Hampshire Some of the most shocking statements of the day came from the state Attorney General when she repeatedly claimed that only public schools can provide an “adequate education.” … The AG also claimed that the four Croydon students that are currently enrolled in the Newport Montessori School […]

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New Hampshire Joins 18 State Coalition Looking to Screw the Rest of the Nation

by Steve MacDonald November 9, 2015
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On November 4th the New Hampshire Attorney General’s office issued a press release announcing that it will join “24 States, Cities, and counties” in defense of  the EPA’s clean power plan (CPP). There are 18 states involved in this ‘defense’ posture, half of whom are already bound up by a the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative. These RGGI […]

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Asset Forfeiture Reform Advances In NH House

by Steve MacDonald October 23, 2015
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One of the most unadvertised law enforcement practices in New Hampshire, and across the nation, is civil asset forfeiture. This is when the people enforcing the law charge your property with a crime without ever actually charging you with one. You are a person of interest but your property is placed into protective custody where […]

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Has NH AG Dropped Unsworn Falsification Charge Against Joe Barton?

by Steve MacDonald October 6, 2015
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On September 1st, 2015 Joe Barton was arrested and charged by the New Hampshire Attorney General’s office with falsifying a letter from State NHGOP Chair Jennifer Horn, to act as a vote challenger in the town of Newmarket, in the November 2014 election. The arrest received a great deal of media attention, in conjunction with […]

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Don’t Give In To A Bully

by Steve MacDonald September 29, 2015

The Bullies in the AG’s office are prepared to take a small town to court even though the law is against them. We talk more about the intimidation factor, the press, and the likely costs to go to court to defend School Choice.    

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Don’t Give In To A Bully

by Steve MacDonald September 29, 2015
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The Bullies in the AG’s office are prepared to take a small town to court even though the law is against them. We talk more about the intimidation factor, the press, and the likely costs to go to court to defend School Choice. The NH AG is expected to take them to court. Help by […]

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When Guests Collide Part II

by Steve MacDonald June 26, 2015

We continue the conflict and discussion of New Hampshire’s FRM scandal with Mike Gill and George Lambert, but mostly Mike Gill.  

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GrokTALK! – When Guests Collide Part II

by Steve MacDonald June 26, 2015
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We continue the conflict and discussion of New Hampshire’s FRM scandal with Mike Gill and George Lambert, but mostly with Mike Gill. Listen to the entire program here Follow us on YouTube,USTREAM, Facebook, and Twitter …and take us with you oniTunes, iHeart Radio, Spreaker,TuneIn, or Stitcher.

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GrokTALK! – South Korea Consults NH on Right to Know

by Steve MacDonald May 28, 2015
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Some folks from South Korea, complete with interpreters, paid a visit to CNHT and chairman Ed Naile to learn about Right to Know (RTK) as a tool to fight government corruption. Ed shares some details from the meeting, then it’s on to the NH AG, judges, and what passes for Justice in the Granite State. […]

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GrokTALK! – South Korea Consults NH on Right to Know

by Steve MacDonald May 28, 2015

Some folks from South Korea, complete with interpreters, paid a visit to CNHT and chairman Ed Naile to learn about Right to Know (RTK) as a tool to fight government corruption. Ed shares some details from the meeting, then it’s on to the NH AG, judges, and what passes for Justice in the Granite State. […]

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Cover Your Own A**

by Steve MacDonald May 25, 2015
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In Part II of our interview with Ed Naile we discuss progressive voter-fraud nests, Red Files, and how neither the NH AG’s office, nor the Secretary of State can be trusted to do more than cover their own ass or the ass or those who pull their strings. Listen to the entire podcast here Follow […]

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Cover Your Own A**

by Steve MacDonald May 25, 2015

In Part II of our interview with Ed Naile we discuss progressive voter-fraud nests, Red Files, and how neither the NH AG’s office, nor the Secretary of State can be trusted to do more than cover their own ass or the ass of those who pull their strings.  

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Carl Gibson v. 666:6

by Steve MacDonald May 24, 2015
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Ed Naile joins us to talk about the arrest and unlikely prosecution of vote suppressor Carl Robert Gibson.  We get into some background on Gibson. Known associates. How prisoners in NH (unlike college students in NH) cannot vote from their “current residence.” Why expecting NH to do anything meaningful with these charges is likely folly, […]

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Carl Gibson v. 666:6

by Steve MacDonald May 24, 2015

Ed Naile joins us to talk about the arrest and unlikely prosecution of vote suppressor Carl Robert Gibson.  We get into some background on Gibson. Known associates. How prisoners in NH (unlike college students in NH) cannot vote from their “current residence.” Why expecting NH to do anything meaningful with these charges is likely folly, […]

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Breaking News – Carl Gibson Arrested

by Steve MacDonald May 22, 2015
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The NH AG has arrested Carl Gibson for Vote Suppression. (Patch) “Mr. Gibson has been charged with voter suppression for knowingly attempting to induce voters to refrain from voting in this past Tuesday’s special election for state representative in Rockingham District 32,” according to a statement by Stephen LaBonte, the assistant attorney general. Voter suppression […]

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Homer Gibson Has A Hoax Press Release History!

by Ed Naile May 18, 2015

Once again, let we forget, the biography of pant load Carl “Homer” Gibson has a revealing paragraph. In a collaboration with the Yes Men, Carl and other US Uncut activists, posing as General Electric, distributed a hoax press release on a hoax website claiming General Electric would be donating its $3.2 billion tax refund to […]

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AG Games

by Ed Naile May 18, 2015

Let’s play a little guessing game! This low-life scum that sent the fake press release about Republican House of Representatives Candidate Yvonne Dean-Bailey in next Tuesday’s special election has admittedly violated NH Election Law. The portion of the law he violated is in the Criminal Code RSA 666.6 so it will be hard to pretend […]

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Why Haven’t Democrats Accused David Seastrand of Campus Rape?

by Steve MacDonald December 28, 2014
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“Former Police Chief David Seastrand has cost the town of New London, New Hampshire a $70,000.00 dollar settlement of a civil suit, after he tried to get a Colby-Sawyer College coed to let him take nude pictures of her in exchange for dropping criminal charges he probably made up in the first place. The Democrat […]

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