The Definition of Domicile

by Ed Naile The definition of DOMICILE is found in New Hampshire’s venerable Part I Article #II section of our State Constitution, regarding the right to vote being a privilege reserved for legal residents is a fact backed up on this site by at least a hundred cited...

2018 NKTA Scholarship Awarded

Last night (4-21-2018) Pam Brown and Annie Collyer presented the NKTA $500 Student Success scholarship to an exceptional graduate, Ms. Elizabeth McLellan! Elizabeth is the daughter of Krista McLellan and the late Scott McLellan of Kingston. She has achieved an...

NKTA 50/50 Raffle and Outreach

NKTA is doing a membership drive and fundraising. Thank you everyone who stopped to talk with us today at the Newton Transfer Station. Weather permitting, some of us will be there for a couple hours Saturday and Sunday over the next few weeks. Come on by, say hi, take...

NH Supreme Court on HB 1264

This is a commentary on an item for the Executive Council regarding HB 1264 voting issue… It appears we are trying to avoid the plain language of our State Constitution – why not ask what we are using to define the word domicile? [Art.] 11. [Elections and...

When Bipartisanship Fails

by Ed Naile You have to wonder. Is this the plan? I know politicians often feel they must balance principals against end results. One elected, once conservative candidates become more practical and surrender the issues they ran for office on – to the ability to...