Out of state tuition

The UNH Poll Tax

by Steve MacDonald April 23, 2014
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There was an article in one of the broadsheets this week that observed: A majority of NH College students leave the state after graduation. My first suspicion was that most of that majority came from outside the state.  They never lived here in the first place.  They voted here as if they lived here, but […]

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Let’s be Honest About Who Is Suppressing Votes in New Hampshire

by Steve MacDonald March 2, 2014
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The majority of vote suppression in New Hampshire is caused by Democrats harboring and/or encouraging non-residents to vote here instead of where they actually live, thereby suppressing the electoral voice of actual residents whose votes are erased as a result.  The Democrat’s suppression of your votes is wide-spread, and their commitment to suppressing your will […]

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New Hampshire Democrats will Protect Their Corporatist Allies in the University system.

by Steve MacDonald February 12, 2014
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HB1255, up for a vote today in the New Hampshire House, will probably fail.  HB1255 would make students whose name appear on the voter checklist eligible for in-state tuition rates at schools in the university system of New Hampshire.  It will fail because Democrats control that body and require the inequality that HB1255 would correct, […]

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You Want The Truth? You Can’t Handle The Truth!

by Steve MacDonald November 9, 2012

Comments are often a great source of amusement, and often suitable for follow up material.  In this instance, in response to my post about Legally stealing elections with out of state voters who just happen to be in New Hampshire, an anonymous commenter using the handle “Speak the Truth” suggested that we just let it […]

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