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Bud Fitch’s Voter Fraud Investigations

(Hour 1c) Rich talked to Ed Naile, Chairman of the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers, for A Question of Voter Fraud.  Rich and Ed began by talking about the recent news concerning Bud Fitch’s involvement in voter fraud investigations.  Rich asked about Ed’s interactions with the Governor and the new Attorney General, they commented on instances of voter fraud, and more.  Tune in to hear all about it!...

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Immigration Policy: Driving to Concord, Ineligible Immigrants, Etc.

(Hours 1c,2a) Rich talked to Eva Castillo-Turgeon for The Ins and Outs of Immigration.  They began the segment by addressing the State Police’s effort to draft an immigration policy.  They then spoke about the differences between civil violations and crimes, displaying their thoughts about the process for immigrants to get a driver’s license.  Finally, Rich inquired about the stepping down of Pennsylvania’s Secretary of of State.  Tune in to get all of the details! Click here for the mentioned article about the Pennsylvania story. (Hour 2a) After the departure of Eva, Rich continued in his discussion about voter fraud. ...

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Sending Unusable Data to President Trump’s Voter Integrity Commission

(Hour 1c) Rich talked to Ed Naile, Chairman of the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers, for A Question of Voter Fraud.  They started the segment by talking about the phony court case in Nashua and the decision to send unusable data to President Donald Trump’s Voter Integrity Commission.  They then discussed fraudulent voters and Ed’s upcoming trip to San Francisco.  Tune in for all of the details! Dishonorable Mentions: Jenna Rackovan, Caitlin Ann Legacki, Hugo Palma...

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On Air News Read for June 9, 2017

Details are still coming in about the Candia School Board’s vote last night to repeal the controversial policy on transgender – gender non conforming students.  The policy has roiled the town since it was introduced more than a year ago.  Hundreds signed petitions and dozens spoke in opposition, but the school board voted four to one to adopt the policy anyway.  At election time, voters in Candia tossed out incumbents Nicole LaFlamme and Karyn Yeatman, who supported the policy, in favor of Dana Buckley and Stephanie Helmig, who did not.  After Buckley, Helmig and Board Chair Matthew Woodrow voted...

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Voter Fraud Proven by the Numbers

(Hours 1b,c,2a,b)  Rich and Ed Naile discussed the topic of non-citizens voting in Virginia.  Ed then talked about the 2017 release of the states involved in the Interstate Crosscheck program.  They went through the numbers of voters in New Hampshire with the same first name, same last name AND same birthdate registered in other states.  Tune in for all of the details! Click here to follow along with the Interstate Crosscheck Program numbers. Click here for more information about the voter fraud taking place in Virginia. Click here for the registered voter numbers in NH that were discussed. (Hour 1c)...

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Domicile Disarray, a Budgetary Battle and the Attempt to Change a Zoning Ordinance

(Hours 1a,b,c) Rich started the hour by updating the listeners about the Croydon Bill and Senate Bill 3, speaking about voter fraud issues.  He shared about the show calendar,talked about a texting and driving seminar at West High School and ended the segment by sharing about a back and forth between Mayor Ted Gatsas and Finance Officer Bill Sanders regarding budgetary matters at last nights Board of Mayor and Aldermen meeting.  (Hour 1b) “This is a Democratic ruse,” Rich said to Ed Naile, Chairman of the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers, regarding Senate Bill 3.  They discussed those who...

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The Politicization of Science and a Mobile Domicile Ruling

(Hour 2b) After sharing a breaking news alert about a child that was found in Manchester, Rich and Jacob (Fred the Intern) continued in their discussion from a previous segment concerning the life of radio personality Alex Jones.  They then discussed the Democratic Party’s relationship towards science, a mobile domicile ruling, Senate Bill 3 and more. Click here for the mentioned video about Bill Nye. Dishonorable Mentions: Ann Marie Guarre, Hugo Palma and Donna Waterman...

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Fighting Voter Fraud: Ed Naile Discusses Senate Bill 3

(Hours 1a,b,c) Rich spoke to Ed Naile, Chairman of the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers, about Regina Burdsell’s Senate Bill 3.  They commented on her remarks about the bill and shared their opinion of it.  Finally, they talked about the impact of the bill and began reading the Union Leader‘s take on the topic. Dishonorable Mentions: Hugo Palma, Michael LaSean Lewis and Alana Biden Click here for the Union Leader article about SB3. NH Constitutipon Part First [Art.] 11. [Elections and Elective Franchises.] All elections are to be free, and every inhabitant of the state of 18 years of age and upwards...

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Domicile Deliberation: Why Not to Support Senate Bill 3

(Hours 2a,b) Rich dedicated the segment to informing the listeners about why they should not support Senate Bill 3.  He talked about a lack of required information when registering to vote and living in a dorm as a demonstration of intent to make a permanent place for voting purposes.  Tune in to hear more about    (Hour 2b) As Rich proceeded with the topic his continued to discuss domicile for voting purposes.  “This law fixes the problem of illegal voting in New Hampshire, because it legalizes what under the law is not legal behavior,” he said.  He also talked...

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