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NH vs Delfuco

We Need Help to Spread this Story – Not Guilty on All Charges

The State of NH had testimony from two judges, an AG’s office investigator, two prosecutors, they even had a guy from Homeland Security. On the other side is the defendant, me, a single mom taking on the state pro se, suffering from pneumonia (at the time), after leaving the hospital from surgery for stage one …

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Supreme Court Heard Oral Argument in a Blaine Amendment Case

Separation of Powers… Required but Denied… Gundy v. U.S. …

The framers of the Constitution knew the job of keeping the legislative power confined was tricky. They understood doing so is key to the nation remaining a representative republic. The power of the legislative branch couldn’t be trusted to self-policing by Congress. Separation of powers… Often enough, legislators face rational incentives to pass problems to …

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Mark Steyn’s Take is (naturally) Better on Eric Schneiderman

Yesterday I reported on the abrupt demise of #MeToo New York AG Eric Schneiderman. Mark Steyn had some thoughts on this as well, and being Mark Steyn, they are excellent. The piece, titled ‘Your Friendly Neighborhood Schneiderman,’ begins like this. It was a busy news day in America, with primary races in four states and …

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Does NH Even Want Clean Elections?

We continue with the antics of the Attorney General’s office and not just the lack of election transparency but the institutional opposition to clean elections.  

AG Tells Town To Violate the Law to Stop School Choice

The tiny town of Croydon, NH is under attack from a State Attorney General’s office that is not just ignoring the law as written (to prevent School Choice), they are asking the Town selectman to break the law to aid them in their venture.