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Surprise: New Hampshire Democrats Not Applying #BelieveWomen to Their Own

If you have been following the Senate Judiciary Committee hearings on Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the United States Supreme Court, you know that the position of the Senate Democrats (and Democrats generally) is that Christine Blasey Ford’s allegation that Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her 36 years ago (when both were teenagers) must be believed (despite the …

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

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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Out-of-State Progressives Trying to Buy State Senate District 8

Democrat Jenn Alford-Teaster, a first-time candidate who is running for State Senate District 8, recently reported over $63,000.00 in campaign contributions.  The seat is currently held by Republican Ruth Ward, who raised less than $15.000.00 over the same period. Alford-Teaster’s massive haul piqued my curiosity, so I reviewed her filing.  It’s really interesting.

Some Thoughts on the House Bill 1264 Memoranda Filed With the Supreme Court — Part II

VOLINSKY and PAPPAS Volinsky and Pappas devote their memorandum to arguing that the Court should duck the questions transferred by the Governor.  Because I already covered their argument in my discussion of the Attorney General’s memorandum, I will not repeat it here. STATE SENATE The State Senate’s attorney, Rick Lehmann, researched the history of the term …

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Some Thoughts on the House Bill 1264 Memoranda Filed With the Supreme Court — Part III

DEMOCRAT STATE SENATORS WOODBURN, SOUCY, AND FELTES  As I discussed in Part I, the primary argument of these Democrat State Senators —like the ACLU and like the Democrat Executive Councilors— is that the Court should not return answers to the questions.  Because I already addressed this argument in my discussion of the Attorney General’s memorandum in …

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Some Thoughts on the HB1264 – Memoranda Filed With the Supreme Court — Part I

Not a comprehensive examination of all memoranda filed with Supreme Court regarding House Bill 1264.  Just some notes I took while reading through them, cleaned up somewhat for public consumption. SECRETARY OF STATE The Secretary of State takes no express position on House Bill 1264.  But he appears to agree with the position of the Governor —as I …

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

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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Neal Kurk’s Assault on the Truth

To understand why Representative Kurk is #FullofSchiff, we need to understand how SB 193 works.  From a prior post: The bill provides that an “eligible student” can receive a grant from the State equal to 95 percent of the per-pupil funding the State provides to municipalities to pay for the cost of an “adequate education” …

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New Hampshire Democrats Continue to Push for Discrimination Against Religious Schools

Earlier this week, the Executive Council voted on a $4.1 million scholarship plan. From the Concord Monitor: The program, approved by legislators last year, will provide for scholarship funding for 23 post-secondary institutions and training programs. Open to any New Hampshire high school graduates who are eligible to receive Pell Grants, the scholarships are set …

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