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Who Investigates Voter Fraud If The NH AG Doesn’t

As written by A Question of Voter Fraud’s Ed Naile: Let’s put the NH Attorney General’s Office on trial for voter fraud – denial. In 2015 the NH Civil Liberties Union sent a legal RSA 91-A Right to Know request to the NH AG asking for all documents regarding vote fraud investigations conducted by the office from 2000 – 2015. That would be my area of expertise. The NH AG complied with the NHACLU request with 26 pages of “investigations.” I will reveal in a series of public articles as well as to anyone from the US Attorney’s Office...

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The Dirty Politics From The Frank Edelblut Nomination

Dirty politics just got dirtier The nomination of Frank Edelblut to Commissioner of Education in New Hampshire has proven to be one of the dirtiest political games in a long time. From the inquisition by Executive Councilor Volinsky, to the Chairman of the Board of Education Tom Raffio playing politics, this leaves parents wondering if anyone will ever hear their concerns,. In 2010, the New Hampshire State Board of Education adopted the Common Core standards in Math and English. From that point forward, parents have been waging a war against Common Core in New Hampshire. You can see it...

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A Message to Commissioner Ellen L. Weintraub of the Federal Elections Commission

Having read your open letter to President Trump regarding voter fraud in the State of New Hampshire, where I happen to be a legal, domiciled resident, as well as a qualified voter, I offer some simple clarification about NH and voter fraud. First of all, thank you very much for the opportunity to expose your blatant attempt at diversion. I could not have asked for a more opportune time for you to step out in front of an issue you have ignored for so long. As you well know, the first statute you pointed to, RSA 659:34 (I) (e)...

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NH AG’s “Investigations” Leave Something to be Desired

Here is a typical, designed-to-find-nothing, voter fraud investigation the NH AG conducted after the 2010 General Election in NH. This is a requirement of NH and Federal law. It is posted on the NH SoS web site under 2010 Investigations. The NH AG’s Office investigator’s name was Mark Myrdek. The investigation was held on July 7, 2011. The “investigation” centered on a supposed data entry glitch caused by the Durham Clerk who used a “2” instead of a “7” causing the letter sent to same-day-no-I.D. voters to come back as undeliverable. We are supposed to believe the Durham Post...

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What’s That Stuck In Your Hat?

A few thoughts on the Feminazi March on Washington DC. Mostly white, and they probably have some sort of college degree where they were indoctrinated into not being able to think for themselves. It was January and the weather was cold and wet – so we were spared from the sight of them taking their clothes of for more attention. They were promised by their beloved media and professional pollsters that they were going to be winners – not LOSERS. Nothing like having vulgar, hate spewing signs around the poor children they dragged to the event. Lots of trash...

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Trump Takes On Voter Fraud – It’s About To Get Alinsky

With the recent announcement by President Trump, regarding his intention to have a nationwide investigation of voter fraud, New Hampshire voters need to know a few extra details about what that will probably entail. Here is what I think. First of all, President Trump and his investigators will face a withering assault from the opposition party and their friends in the press. We all expect that. Secondly, anyone who supports, publicly, an effort to expose voter fraud will be countered with accusations of racism, voter suppression, etc. The usual Alinsky, isolate, target, ridicule, program. The meat of the issue...

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VOTER FRAUD INVESTIGATION – REALLY?

February 3, 2017 – Guest Contributor Reagan George via The Blue Elephant Being smarter than the Left, and attacking the underpinnings of voter fraud, is the only way to trust our elections again. Since President Trump’s announcement of 3-5 million non-citizens voting in the last election and subsequently calling for an investigation, I have received calls from friends and colleagues asking me if the Virginia Voters Alliance will be involved in the investigation. These questions are premature since the administration has not yet produced any announcements regarding charter, organization, or funding for such an endeavor. Read...

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Why I Support School-Choice, Oppose Common Core But Do Not Support Betsy DeVos

President Trump promised to get rid of Common Core during his campaign for president.  Opponents of Common Core like me understood that the Obama redesign in public education was much more than just a set of dumbed down standards for our public schools. We expected President Trump to appoint a Secretary of Education that understood why this reform was not only going to dumb down our schools, but completely transform them into something parents didn’t ask for and do not want. I’ve always been a supporter of school-choice and I was proud to support our school-choice program in New Hampshire.  When the creators of New Hampshire’s scholarship program came to me years ago to ask for my support, I made sure our program was NOT a VOUCHER program.  As much as I’d like parents to take their tax dollars and use them for their child’s education, vouchers have been used by bureaucrats as a way to control private schools. Instead New Hampshire has the Children’s Scholarship Fund New Hampshire.  This program was set up in a way to keep bureaucrats from using the money to control our private and parochial schools.  Companies and individuals donate to the organization, they receive a tax credit or deduction, the funds are then distributed from the organization leaving bureaucrats unable to attach strings to that money. The DeVos idea is to use government funding that...

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Developers seek commercial expansion on Old Bedford Road

Abutters and residents oppose urbanization of Old Bedford Road area Will “commercial creep” raise property taxes while decreasing the property values of existing residential property in the area? Will mixed-used zoning have the potential to increase the school population more than can already be accommodated? Will the increase in commercial ventures on Old Bedford Road cause additional traffic on route 101 during rush hour? Will these commercial efforts effect a change in the rural flavor of the Town of Bedford? Submitted recently was a citizens petitioned warrant article for consideration to be placed on the March town ballot. The request is to change three lots on Old Bedford Rd. with a combined area of 19.55 acres, from Residential & Agricultural (R&A) to Commercial (CO). The three contiguous parcels proposed for rezoning include 18 Olde Bedford Way (3.88 acres), 20 Olde Bedford Way (3.65 acres), and 24 Old Bedford Road (12.02 acres). All of the parcels currently include single-family homes built between 1977 and 1986. This citizens petitioned warrant article was submitted by a planning board member, Attorney Karen McGinley, after requests for zoning variances by Attorney Karen McGinley, Devine Millimet & Branch, Chris Rice, T. F. Moran, and Gary Beaulieu, and Old Bedford Road Realty, LLC were abandoned. There are at least 9 abutters, along with many other residents, who do not agree that this zoning change should be...

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Democrats: Should the U.S. Secretary of Ed FOLLOW Federal Law or NOT?

Yesterday the U.S. Senate Education Committee held a hearing on the nomination of Betsy DeVos as U.S. Secretary of Eduction. Betsy DeVos took questions and concerns from the U.S. Senators, and listened as several of the Democrat Senators on the Committee insisted she would uphold and enforce federal law if confirmed. Why were they so concerned about following federal law now? Under the Obama administration, U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan, issued waivers from the No Child Left Behind Law.  No one seemed bothered that the Department head was taking unprecedented power and issuing waivers to federal law. Where was the call for going through the democratic process or the insistence that he enforce federal law?  Many of us were very concerned that usurping the democratic process was a big problem but we didn’t see the Senators objecting. No Child Left Behind (NCLB) was a law that needed to be repealed.  It set the stage for the latest boondoggle in education reform–Common Core.  Instead of working with congress to repeal the law, Secretary Duncan issued waivers.   Those who hated NCLB thought this was a good but it needed to go through the three branches of government. That’s how a Republic works.  The Secretary took power that was never given to him and no one seemed to care. On top of that, there were many problems with the waivers that not...

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