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Harassment Statute Violates First Amendment – Court Fails to Fix It

Texas passed a law meant to address abuse (let’s call it bullying) in the digital age. But as written the law can be interpreted to limit the ability of citizens to criticize government officials. Another overstep, another opportunity to learn something, just don’t rely on the court (not that you should) to do the teaching. …

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Use An Out of State License to Vote? We Punch a Hole In It!

The circular logic New Hampshire courts use to let unqualified out-of-state residents vote in our state goes on and on. In 2012 a Superior Court judge, now retired because he let other stupid opinions he had about female attorneys be known, issued an injunction against an attempt by the NH Legislature to stop out-out-state voters …

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Paving the Way: Judges, Children, and Gender

Could the state take a child away from a parent who does not want the child to receive cross-sex hormones and amputation of healthy body parts? An Ohio court has told us the answer: yes. When transgender identity is treated as a non-elective medical procedure, that’s where the child welfare and legal systems inevitably lead.

GT Flashback – Feb. 22nd, 2014

We’ve got voter fraud revelations tied to Joe Biden’s niece Alana, author Warren Ray joins us to discuss his book, ‘Shadow Patriots,’ and Darren McKinney from Americans for Tort Reform to discuss States that are Judicial Hellholes (like New Hampshire).

Op-Ed by Carolyn McKinney (Chair, RLCNH) “The Legislature must reestablish its place above the courts”

The Legislature must reestablish its place above the courts By Carolyn McKinney, chairman of the Republican Liberty Caucus of New Hampshire. While many in Concord are clamoring over language for an educational-funding constitutional amendment (CACR 12), what’s being lost in the final debate of the 2011-2012 session is a constitutional amendment proposal far more important …

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Inebriated William Jasmin Who Fell Out Of A Tree Stand Drops His Lawsuit

“A lawsuit is a fruit tree planted in a lawyer’s garden.” —Italian Proverb William Jasmin of Manchester, the drunk, non-licensed hunter who sued a landowner following his own demise in falling from a tree stand, has dropped his lawsuit. Jasmin suffered partial paralysis when the tree stand he attempted to enter failed, causing him to …

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KRISTIN TAKES THEM DOWN ONE BY ONE

“Liars are always ready to take oaths.” —Vittorio Alfieri Brendan Bisbee, love interest of the infamous shrew Kristin Ruggiero is presently on trial answering to seven counts of Perjury where prosecutors allege he lied for Kristin during her trial. Also under indictment are Elizabeth “Kim” McDonald, Kristin’s mother, Daniel Ruggiero, Chief Petty Officer Jeffrey Ruggiero’s estranged …

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KRISTIN RUGGIERO GOES TO THE SUPREME COURT

“Liars are always ready to take oaths.” —Vittorio Alfieri On Wednesday, September 21, The New Hampshire Supreme Court heard from Kristin Ruggiero. Kristin seeks to overturn her convictions arguing that the court should have excluded a photo of her cell phone number, and an intercepted telephone conversation that served as the evidence that brought her …

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