Select Page

Category: Oh My BLOG!

Secretary of State Bill Gardner – Too Little – Too Late

NH1 News has a nice scoop about voter fraud in NH’s 2016 election where thousands of-out-of state voters tipped a US Senate seat – but they drink some of the standard NH voter fraud Kool Aide in the story. Too bad. Still, they now have a lot of the issues out in the open regarding the State of NH policy letting non-residents vote. http://www.nh1.com/news/hundreds-could-be-investigated-in-nh-for-voter-fraud-during-2016-election/ In this article the NH Secretary of State claims there about 450 returned same-day voter applications of people who voted without any form of identification who might be involved in a possible investigation. The ridiculous...

Read More

NH Teacher Warns Parents About Psychological Evaluations On Their Children Without Their Knowledge Or Consent

When a teacher warns you about what’s going on in her school, parents need to take notice. Yesterday I received a message from a teacher working in a New Hampshire public school. This isn’t anything new since several teachers have contacted me in the past. Normally the information they provide comes with a restriction that I cannot reveal their identity. This is the state of public education folks, and this should concern everyone. Teachers are working in an environment that requires them to implement new reforms that they do not believe are good for students. However, if they speak out...

Read More

LOOK what the New Hampshire Dept. of Ed. promised the Feds

This document is from October of 2016, filed by the New Hampshire Dept. of Education under the prior Hassan administration. ESSA (Every Student Succeeds Act) requires State Departments of Education to submit plans that must be approved by the U.S. Secretary of Education.  Those who supported ESSA didn’t pay attention to the 10th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution because this power is reserved to the states. In fact we were told that ESSA returned power to the states after going through the disastrous No Child Left Behind era.  In New Hampshire former Representative Frank Guinta was the only New...

Read More

Why Not Full-Day Kindergarten? Here’s Why….

Full day kindergarten is a political agenda that began several years ago when Common Core was introduced. This isn’t good for young children, and early childhood experts are starting to warn about the harmful consequences. In a Joint Statement of Early Childhood Health and Education Professionals they warned, “WE HAVE GRAVE CONCERNS about the core standards for young children now being written by the National Governors Association and the Council of Chief State School Officers. The draft standards made public in January conflict with compelling new research in cognitive science, neuroscience, child development, and early childhood education about how...

Read More

Naile Calls out FEC Chairman over NH Voter Fraud

Federal Elections Commission Chairman Walther: My name is Ed Naile. I am Chairman of The Coalition of NH Taxpayers www.cnht.org  (CNHT) and I have been tracking and documenting voter fraud in NH for 20 years. I was disappointed to say the least regarding Commissioner Ellen Weintraub’s Fe. 10 2017 statement regarding widespread voter fraud in my state. I have no idea where she has attained enough information about New Hampshire to make such a bold public statement on FEC letterhead. It looks more political than informational. This state has almost as many registered voters as it has citizens old enough to...

Read More

Chronicling radical Islamic terror through the ages

Terrorism is a desperate action of the insane or fanatical or both and it is criminally anti religious legal doctrine. I know personally how close it came to my family and did to my co- workers at American Airlines;   Yet religion is, nearly, for all nations- the founding basis for their laws. The United States laws provides for equal protection of religious freedom but first and foremost its leaders duties are to protect “Life and liberty” with the least amount of lost freedoms. Statistical logic, not emotions must look at facts, we have not outlawed any religion, nor...

Read More

The United States: The threat to our military power

The United States.    What will be our next fifty years in the world power struggles as the world population nearly doubles in that time period? Yes think about it, a fight for- energy, food, water, and land while keeping an environment that will sustain the world? Who will have it and who will not? Who will want to take it is the most important question and how? It can be economically by buying it all if they can or by force if they can’t, the most likely option. These are think tank questions that have to be addressed today...

Read More

Cancelling Duly Posted Meetings or Elections

If weather conditions look like they could be dangerous to voters at an annual Town, Village District, or School Meeting, the Moderator can postpone the meeting – but not a date set for an election of officers by ballot. That is reserved by law to election laws supervised by the Secretary of State, found in RSA Chapter 654. This isn’t rocket science. These laws define who is in charge of meetings and who is in charge of elections. Just because one votes at both doesn’t make them the same. Have you ever discussed the merits of a candidate with...

Read More

What Domicile Does One Use For An Unlawful Election At A Postponed Meeting?

I have had the pleasure of watching an attorney from the New Hampshire Municipal Association (aka – Local Government Center) conclude that various annual meetings in NH were lawfully postponed by various moderators because of a snow storm. The NHMA counsel is using RSA 40:4 The NH Secretary of State takes issue with the NHMA (aka – Siphoned millions, unlawfully from municipalities insurance sold through their exclusive state monopoly) telling municipalities that is unlawful to postpone a meeting that includes an election by ballot. The SoS is using RSA Chapter 654. Right up front I can admit I don’t...

Read More

Warning on Full Day Kindergarten

WARNING on FULL DAY KINDERGARTEN The Obama administration made full day kindergarten and universal pre-school a big part of their education reform that included the Common Core Standards. Years later parents are discovering how the Common Core Standards have dumbed down their local schools and didn’t help their children at all. The push for full day kindergarten continues. Parents may think starting kids earlier in school, gives them an advantage. However there is enough evidence that suggests this political agenda should be reconsidered. First early childhood experts from across the country have been warning us that the Common Core...

Read More