State Supreme Court

Democrats are Still Colluding With Out-of-State Voters to Steal NH Elections

The State Supreme Court has ruled (in its analysis of HB1264, which the governor then signed yesterday) that out-of-state college students do not have more rights than actual citizens of New Hampshire. They are not entitled to a special exclusion from the responsibilities actual residents accept including registering vehicles in the Granite State or obtaining a …

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New Hampshire State Supreme Court: HB1264 is Constitutional, And Then Some…

I see two of the New Hampshire State Supreme Court have almost put an end to our policy of letting out-of-state, unqualified voters determine our Federal elections. The two others, Gary Hicks and Jimmy Bassett, should be removed from office for lack of enough common sense to be on any court. The majority found that …

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NH House Redistricting Plan Stands

The State Supreme Court does not believe the redistricting plan passed by the State legislature violates the State Constitution. PER CURIAM. These consolidated cases are before us on interlocutory transfer without ruling from the Superior Court (Brown, J.). See Sup. Ct. R. 9. The petitioners, New Hampshire voters and the towns and municipalities in which …

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Today’s historic vote on CACR-12: A message for wavering Republicans….

I haa an animated discussion early today with several members of the State House of Representatives. They will be called upon to vote for or against the awful CACR-12 proposed state constitutional amendment. CACR-12 will essentially do the bidding of the five policy activists in black robes on the state supreme court. But they are …

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CACR-12 must be DEFEATED. It is poison.

CACR-12 is the much-touted “educational amendment” that is said to aggresively deal with the egregious and outrageous “Claremont decisions” by the New Hampshire state Supreme Court. It does nothing of the sort. Here’s why:

Landmark Ruling?

the State Supreme Court seems to be saying is that Sanchez was responsible for his own behavior, given the known risks of the activity. This kind of thinking should have wide reaching implications for society as a whole.

Bird Ruffles Feathers–Gets three to six

The problem seems to be that Bird had confronted a woman who had accidentally wandered onto his property in search of directions, and he was in no mood for small talk. He brandished his sidearm when she did not leave at his request for which he was charged and convicted of criminal threatening.

Just Borrow Them From Washington DC

The rhetorical skirmishes over the replacement of retiring Supreme Court Justice John Broderick have produced some interesting contrasts. We are told by those wishing for prompt action that failing to appoint judges could have an adverse affect on the peoples rights which I have to admit makes sense, except when you consider that there are four superior court and nine district court vacancies (as reported in the Union Leader) languishing somewhere in the appointment/replacement process.