So, Governor, You Want to Talk About the Constitutionality of HB 1264? Let’s Talk.

by Ed Mosca May 27, 2018

THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE SUPREME COURT CASE NO. 2018-0267 Request for an Opinion of the Justices (Amending Definition of Resident and Residency) MEMORANDUM OF ED MOSCA IN SUPPORT OF THE CONSTITUTIONALITY OF HOUSE BILL 1264 I. INTRODUCTION – A COURT OF LAW OR A WOKE COURT? In Guare v. State, 117 A.3d 731 (2015), this […]

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Why Don’t We Obsess Over “Inhabitant” – The Story Of NH Voter Fraud

by Ed Naile May 15, 2018

The Governor of the State of New Hampshire, through the Executive Council, has sent a letter to the NH State Supreme Court in an attempt to clarify the definition of RESIDENT vs. DOMICILE when it comes to voting. It is a shame we are still falling for the resident/domicile scam that NH uses to let […]

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“Lawyers Told Us We Can’t” – What?

by Ed Naile June 1, 2017

“Yea, but lawyers told us we can’t.” That is the mantra from longtime Republicans in NH when you ask about stopping voter fraud. I have heard this for years. I have been lied to and mislead by lawyers for 30 years. That is not unusual. But for people who claim they want their political party […]

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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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