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Archive for June, 2017

Voter Suppression Must Be Harder to Prove Than Voter Fraud

Thursday, June 8th, 2017

by Ed Naile
For almost two decades I have been documenting voter fraud in NH. And along with this effort to show how much voter fraud exists in our state I get the usual complaints from progressives and others who support voter fraud that furthers their cause or candidate.
Here is how they do it.
One of the [...]

Judicial Government Education Funding Extortion Marches On

Thursday, June 8th, 2017

by Ed Naile
In New Jersey, the State Supreme Court is once again, as has been the norm since 1972, ordering more spending on government schools.
The first case, Robinson v. Cahill 1972, opened Pandora’s Spending Box for schools – without any requirements to measure “progress.” But when Progress is measured by increased spending and removing away [...]

What Happens When a Selectwoman Challenges the Town of Piermont? – Part 6

Thursday, June 1st, 2017

Piermont’s Not-So-Competitive Bidding Process
Introduction from Part 1:
If you still don’t understand that your own NH town is a good place to start draining the swamp, please read on…
Piermont is a small town in Grafton County, New Hampshire. When we say small, we mean it — the population of Piermont was a mere 790 at the [...]