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“We will do our best to carry our disagreements as we do our firearms — discreetly.”

By NH Rep. Mike Sylvia The New Hampshire House started off the new term in a rather bumpy fashion on last Wednesday. With the exception of four brave souls bucking their majority’s leadership, the House adopted rules that violate the Constitution to which they had sworn an oath just a few weeks ago. Not only …

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Everytown Endorses Anti-Gunners in NH Hillsborough and Rockingham Counties

[Art.] 2-a. [The Bearing of Arms.] All persons have the right to keep and bear arms in defense of themselves, their families, their property and the state. December 1, 1982 “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not …

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Marsy’s Law – A View to a Kill

Very wealthy people from California are working hard and spending big money ($27 million+) to pass an amendment to our NH Constitution. This is known as Marsy’s Law. They are working to amend the Constitutions of at least 13 states – and very emotional arguments are being raised in support of it, centered around victims’ …

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What about the Fourth Amendment…

…and “unreasonable searches and seizures”? Was the behavior of the police during the Boston lockdown and search reasonable? Was it necessary for the police to scream at people, push them around, and manhandle entire families? What if a homeowners had said “you can’t come in unless you have a search warrant”? But this was an emergency, …

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Do we live in a police state? No. Unconstitutional police action is challenged in New Hampshire.

Do the police have the right to stop anyone driving down a road, for any reason or no reason, demanding “your papers”? No. Not in New Hampshire at least.  Read all about it and watch it HERE, and read about why police sobriety checkpoints are unconstitutional and a very bad idea HERE. Excellent, excellent, excellent: …

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