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Tag: Voter Fraud

Secretary of State Gardner and the Interstate Crosscheck Program

(Hour 1c) Rich talked to Ed Naile, Chairman of the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers, for A Question of Voter Fraud.  Ed started by informing the listeners that the Granite State recently entered the Interstate Crosscheck program and they wondered about the involvement of Secretary of State Bill Gardner in the matter.  They then discussed Ed’s investigation into the push to alter who can vote in the town of Hanover (Click here for the segment in which the matter was first discussed on the show).  Tune in to get all of the details! Dishonorable Mentions: Alana Biden, Patricia Kalick, Michael...

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On Air News Read for May 19, 2017

It was a busy day in the New Hampshire State Senate yesterday, so we’ll get right to it.  The Senate Finance Committee backed Education Commissioner Frank Edelblut’s proposal to expand FIRST Robotics programs to elementary schools across the state.  The committee approved a budget amendment appropriating three hundred seventy five thousand dollars to that end.  The innovative program designed to pique the interest of elementary school kids in science and math got its start in Manchester thanks to a collaborative effort between inventor Dean Kamen and Mayor Ted Gatsas. In praising the vote, Senate Education Committee Chairman John Reagan,...

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Voter Fraud Enforcement Methods and Kindergarten Funding

(Hour 2a/b) Rich started this morning’s show (Which was delayed due to technical difficulties) by updating the listeners about Julian Assange’s rape charges.  He then tackled voter fraud legislation, shared about the Granite State’s statewide voter database policy, and he wondered about the priority in combating voter fraud.  Finally, he pointed out what the New Hampshire Constitution has to say about the matter and discussed full day kindergarten, which has been taken out of the budget by the Senate Finance Committee.  Tune in to hear all about it!...

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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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Ed Naile and a National Voter Integrity Group

(Hour 1c) Rich spoke to Ed Naile, Chairman of the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers, for A Question of Voter Fraud.  After discussing his work with international delegations, Ed talked about the creation of a national voter integrity group.  Finally, they spoke about the work that Ed does for the the sake of free speech and shared how others could get involved. Dishonorable Mentions: Carl Robert Gibson, Jared Stephen Cram and Alana Biden....

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Voter Fraud Leniency in the Granite State

(Hour 2c) Rich started the hour by talking about Senate Bill 3 and the problem of voter fraud.  He shared his opinion that fear is the primary motivator in allowing legions of unlawful voters in to vote and discussed the issues that seem to be taking prevalence over the matter.  Finally, he wondered about inaction on the federal level.  Tune in to get the details....

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Arrest at the DMV and a Government Benefits Vote

(Hour 1a) Rich started the hour by talking about the arrest of Shtain Gblanga, an illegal immigrant who was attempting to get a license at the DMV.  He then talked about those who are defending the constitutional rights for those without citizenship and wondered about the intentions of some of those on the Manchester School Board who voted against doing away with government employee benefits.  Tune in to get all of the details!...

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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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On Air News Read for April 27, 2017

SENATE BILL 1 0 3, “AN ACT limiting food and beverage advertising and marketing on school property,” met a timely demise in the New Hampshire House Education Committee yesterday.  The bill, which earned an Inexpedient to Legislate” recommendation, requires school districts “to prohibit the advertising of any food or beverage that may not be sold at school during the school day.”  Quote: Advertising shall be prohibited on any property or facility owned or leased by the school district or a school and used any time for school-related activities, including but not limited to, school buildings, athletic fields, facilities, signs,...

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Tracking Out of State Voters and the Granite State’s Weak Voter Confirmation Process

(Hour 1c) Rich spoke to Ed Naile, Chairman of the Coalition of New Hampshire, for A Question of Voter Fraud.  Ed talked about the thousands of people who registered to vote on November 8th and listed the amounts of out-of-state voters that registered that day.  They discussed Jennifer Horn’s work with the ACLU concerning voter fraud and wondered how many voters only used their drivers license number to confirm their identity.  Tune in to hear more. Dishonorable Mentions: Louise Ann Fontaine, Jared Steven Cram, Alana Biden and Michael LaSean Lewis....

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