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GrokTV Event: NHCC’s seminar on NH Constitution-Article 73A “Judicial Tyranny?” – Question and Answer

At the end of the event sponsored by the National Heritage Center for Constitutional Studies on the NH Constitution: Seminar and Panel Discussion on “Coming to terms with the rulemaking power of the Judicial Branch and its impact on personal liberty: Article 73-A. was a Question and Answer period moderated by the M.C. for the evening, …

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GrokTV Event: NHCC’s seminar on NH Constitution-Article 73A “Judicial Tyranny?” – Rep. Gregory Sorg & Rep. Paul Ingbretson

National Heritage Center for Constitutional Studies on the NH Constitution: Seminar and Panel Discussion on “Coming to terms with the rulemaking power of the Judicial Branch and its impact on personal liberty: Article 73-A. And!  Continuing with our coverage of this event (Intro, Hon. Dan Itse & Hon. Paul Mirski), we had two more NH …

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GrokTV Event: NHCC’s seminar on NH Constitution-Article 73A “Judicial Tyranny?” – Rep. Dan Itse & Rep. Paul Mirski

National Heritage Center for Constitutional Studies on the NH Constitution: Seminar and Panel Discussion on “Coming to terms with the rulemaking power of the Judicial Branch and its impact on personal liberty: Article 73-A. After the Intro Ceremonies conducted by M.C. Patriot Pastor Garrett Lear, NH State Representative Dan Itse took the podium to give …

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GrokTV Special Event: GSPLPAC TEA Party – The Speakers Part II: Rep. Dan Itse, Irena Goddard, Karen Testerman

In addition to Nat Healy and Dr. Joe Tarta, there were three more speakers: NH House Representative Dan Itse on the NH and US Constitutions Irena Goddard, Freedom activist,  speaking about life growing up in a Communist nation and why she is scared for America Karen Testerman, founder of Cornerstone, speaking on traditional values. Dan …

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Ovide LaMontagne at the Rye Republicans, March 10th, Talks Candidacy and Education (CACR12)

NH Gubernatorial candidate, Ovide LaMontagne, spoke to the Rye Republicans this morning on his candidacy. Topics covered included Ovide’s background, the NH constitution and education, the claremont decisions, and CACR12. In particular, Ovide spoke about the historical relationship between the state and town governments under the NH constitution, the damage done by Claremont, and how …

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A NH GOP Legislative Masterstroke

A proposed NH state constitutional amendment banning the introduction of a state income tax has been voted out of committee with a recommendation that it "Ought To Pass." The full State House will vote on it in January. Not surprisingly, Democrats deplore it—great angst!—because their true agenda is being exposed to open examination and debate. …

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GrokTalk! Saturday August 13, 2011

Grok Talk Goes mobile as we broadcast live from the Draft in Concord NH. They join us a GrokTV special event as we participate in Representative Dan Itse’s Class on the New Hampshire Constitution.

The NH Constitution with Dan Itse – Introduction

GraniteGrok is privileged to present the first of a series of expositions by Dan Itse, New Hampshire State Representative and acknowledged to be one of the most knowledgeable elected legislators concerning the NH Constitution (as well as the US Constitution).    This first installment is a brief history of the NH Constitution and sets the …

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