Stand Your Ground

The Stalinist Idea Behind HB135 – The Effort to Repeal Stand Your Ground

I pulled this opening line from a very interesting article by Steven Hayward at Powerline because it reminds us where the lefts hatred for the right of self defense actually comes from, even if they themselves do not know it. If memory serves, Irving Kristol once remarked that the term “peace,” as it was used …

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HB 135 Up For Vote – Thursday, May 23, 10:00 am

HB 135, to repeal NH’s “Stand Your Ground” , is scheduled for a vote by the full Senate this Thursday, May 23.  The session begins at 10.  Call your Senator and tell him or her to support the Committee’s report to vote ITL – Inexpedient To Legislate!    

Say Hello to the Happy Train

Rick reported the news yesterday of the likely demise of HB 135 (2013)– Deputy Dawg Stephen Shurtleff’s  repeal of stand your ground for me but not for he. Most of us had an inkling of this last week, and I’m not about to go on about that or the bill’s demise because Rick has more to add (or just …

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April 27th GrokTALK! Skip and Steve open the Program…

This week on GrokTALK! before our guests arrive Skip and Steve talk about Bill O’Brien, making State government smaller, a local New Hampshire case where despite stand your ground a Democrat county attorney still pressed charges, second amendment rights, contracts, the government messing up prescription drugs, what happens when you are late for your guest …

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HB 135: State v. Craig Moses

“In a state where corruption abounds, laws must be very numerous.” —Tacitus Liberals love to ignore inconvenient facts. Stick fingers in ears, close eyes and yell, “La-la-la-la-la!” Franklin resident Craig Moses was acquitted under the Granite State’s “Stand Your Ground” law.  Moses was arrested nearly a year ago in Nashua outside a nighclub and charged …

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Assuming I survive….

From this morning’s Concord fish wrap: “Assistant Attorney General Elizabeth Woodcock said people who legitimately act in self-defense usually don’t get charged with a crime, anyway. “I think you have to have some confidence in your law enforcement people, that they do do their level best to prosecute, the people who really deserve prosecution and …

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