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Anti-Gun Bills: The Long View

The first thing to be said about all of the firearm-related bills being considered in Concord is that they take the wrong approach toward the goals sought by their sponsors.  The right approach would be to amend the New Hampshire Constitution to declare that not all persons have the right to defend themselves, to claim …

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Of the State of War

Locke’s third chapter is on the State of War. It is an expository on the concept presented in the previous chapter regarding when one individual broaches another’s right to life, liberty and property. In the Of the State of Nature, we learned that one person broaches another’s natural rights he declares himself an enemy to …

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Our Turn: “New Hampshire House will Not be a Soft Target”

by Jess Edwards Editorial Note: Kimberly Morin, writing earlier today, quoted an Op-Ed written by Republican Reps in the Concord Monitor Because the Concord Monitor has a “freemium” paywall (you get to see a limited number of articles per month and then you have to pay up!), we are presenting the Op-Ed in full for …

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PR: NH House Republican Alliance on Democrats violating the NH Constitution

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 2, 2019 CONTACT: James Spillane, HRA Tri-Chair (603) 463-5623 James@jamesspillane.org Concord: The House Republican Alliance released the following message in response to the partisan vote on House Rules that instituted an ban on the carry or possession of deadly weapons in the House chambers by legislators. The three chairs of the …

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Of the State of Nature

Locke’s second Chapter is on the concept state of nature. Locke then states that having defined political power, one must understand the it from the original from which it is derived. That is the ideal state of nature. Locke’s ideal state of nature is important because it is his baseline, that reference point against which …

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Of Militia

Americans suffer from a political disability. They no longer understand the intent of the most fundamental organs of our government. If you as the typical American ask what a militia is, they will tell likely you that it is a group of people playing army in the woods. Or even worse, they will tell that …

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Er, you forgot something, Tom Friel, in your campaign ad!

And that would be… Who paid for it? I take it that you don’t care about two entire towns in your district? Answer after the jump. I am no fan of the current campaign laws as I think they are used often to preclude competition.

Sales Tax in NH – A Constitutional & NH House take on S. Dakota vs Wayfair SCOTUS decision

Recently, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) handed down an opinion in the South Dakota versus Wayfair (SD v Wayfair). The South Dakota Legislature had passed a law that enabled South Dakota to go after taxes on purchases citizens had made from Wayfair. The S. D. Supreme Court held that the law was …

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New Hampshire Secretary of State Confused About Voter Fraud, Laws, Words, Election Integrity

The lunacy involving NH permitting illegal, out-of-state voting which has continued because there seems to be a complete misunderstanding of how laws work, and what words mean. I can’t even begin to imagine how people in charge of New Hampshire’s election laws read a court case. There is solid proof they only accept parts of …

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