Due Process

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Will Virginia Decide Due Process Applies To Rape Allegations (at least for Democrats)?

Remember Justin Fairfax? Virginia’s Lt. Governor is twice accused of sexual assault. Democrats running for President have told him he should resign. #MeToo, and all that. Democrats all over the place wanted him to step aside. But Fairfax said no. He continues to claim his innocence and likens his situation to an old fashioned lynching. A …

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NH Gun Confiscations on Deck

If they can’t take your guns outright, they’ll chip away at your gun rights, one year at a time, one bill at a time. And when they finish, the possibility of the Police coming unannounced at 5am to confiscate your guns will be very high and very real.  Folks, it’s already happening elsewhere in these United …

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Democrat Molly Kelly Wants Gov. Chris Sununu to Denounce Brett Kavanaugh

Candidate for New Hampshire Governor Molly Kelly (D – Never met a tax increase she didn’t like) wants the current Republican governor, Chris Sununu, to denounce Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination publicly. Sure, it’s a trap, but not one he can’t easily side-step. Mr. Sununu should counter with something like, “This is not a banana republic. No …

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Albuquerque Forfeiture Case Could Have National Implications

New Hampshire has made great strides at the state level with regard to Asset Forfeiture. But many states, and more importantly the federal government, still engage in the practice of seizing property for themselves. A federal judge in Albuquerque, New Mexico just wrote a decision that while limited to local seizures, makes a great case for why …

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Appellate Court Slaps Down University for “cavalier attitude toward petitioner’s due process rights”

My interest in this decision is two-fold. First, no small amount of effort has been expended on these pages to highlight the abuse of rights on college campuses or the culture that facilitates it. Second, I attended the University of Buffalo, which was just dope-slapped by a New York State Appellate Court for its banana-republic-like judgment against …

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