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    03-28-2017, 07:31 AM
    More information on the ND law. The ND government issued a press release saying "Governor Doug Burgum today signed legislation allowing law-abiding citizens to carry a concealed handgun if they have possessed a valid North Dakota driver’s license or state ID card for at least a year." So while the law specifically doesn't say it only applies to ND residences, the clause about "department of transportation" is likely meant to only mean the ND Department of Transportation, even though ND has compacts with other states whereas it 100% recognizes driver's licenses from other states as official department of transportation documents. The press release At this point, I admit I'm so confused on the new law, I'm willing to agree with people that say it isn't Constitutional Carry. Sorry, ND, I could be wrong. Good luck and be safe folks! If you are going to try CC in ND, consider keeping the card of a lawyer on your person, just in case.
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    03-27-2017, 02:09 PM
    Tweets on the passing of Steve by @nuttia by @nhfreedom by bradyCarlson
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    03-27-2017, 01:57 PM
    Here are some of the posts on Facebook. I'm only sharing public posts but I'm going to leave off last names. By Keith By Leon By Pamela
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    03-27-2017, 01:51 PM
    Steve was a New Hampshire representative off an on for ten terms. Steve started his public service as a Democrat. He late switched to the Libertarian Party and was one of the few legislators to ever be elected as an official member of the Libertarian Party. Just like Ron Paul, Steve decided it was easier to get elected and help liberty as a Republican. This made Steve the only legislator in U.S. history to be elected as a Democrat, Libertarian, and a Republican. When Ron Paul decided to run for President as a Republican, Steve got on board. Not only did Steve endorse Ron Paul, he ran Ron Paul's ads on his Manchester public access show. Those in the liberty movement best know Steve as the longest serving libertarian state legislator in our movement. Cannabis activists know him as sponsoring the 2014 bill that when passed the New Hampshire House, because the first cannabis legalization bill to ever be supported by a state legislative body in the nation. Those in New England best know him for his controversial comments that occasionally got him headlines from various North East publications and news websites. Those in the New Hampshire House best know Steve as the top orator in the building. Those in Manchester know him as a community leader and tireless public servant. Steve earned every penny of the total $2,000 salary he made in his ten terms as a legislator! What I respected most about Steve were his detailed writings about New Hampshire politics, his perhaps best in New Hampshire political prognosticator skills, and his willingness to meet with and help train liberty candidates and free staters. I will forever be in his debt. Rest in Peace Steve. Learn more about Steve on Wikipedia. I'm going to post various comments from Twitter. Facebook, and articles about the passing of Steve in the comments. Please feel free to add your own thoughts.
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    03-25-2017, 10:45 PM
    I spoke with the best legislator in Maine today. He said he tried to address the notify the police issue and 21 year old police in his state's Constitutional Carry law. There was very little support from politicians in either party. Looks like they are stuck with that junk in Maine for at least a few years, if not much longer :( In Maine they had an excuse for a problematic bill. The ME House was Democrat controlled when they passed Constitutional Carry. ND is very Republican. There was no excuse.
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  • Keith and stuff's Avatar
    03-23-2017, 10:10 PM
    That is silly. This is one of the more restrictive Constitutional Carry laws in the nation. It won't increase crime. The only crime it could increase is if someone doesn't inform police to carrying or carries in ND without a valid license or similar government ID, which is required under the new law.
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    03-23-2017, 10:07 PM
    It was signed into law tonight! There are only 4 issues with the new law. -You have a duty to notify the police when stopped (like in Maine) -You have to have had a state government ID for at least 1 year before the new law applies to you (never heard of something like this before) but it could limit youth and minor criminals from being allowed to CC. Also, if you believe liberals, it will also limit black people, poor people, and the elderly, but that's a huge stretch. -You have to carry a valid state government issued ID with you if you carry concealed or photos of the front and back on a mobile device that you let police use to look up your information while they detain you. So if you DL is revoked because you forgot to pay a speeding ticket or something, you no longer have Constitutional Carry privileges. -It appears to have an age restriction. This is even being reported by the media, those the law doesn't specifically say it. Anyway, great news overall. The governor signed it very quickly. According to the above article, the new law starts in August :)
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    03-22-2017, 02:13 PM
    Yes. That's exactly what it is, even today IMO.
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    03-19-2017, 11:08 PM
    NH now has great home school laws as do many states. As far as I know, though, NH is still the only state with a program set-up to reimburse parents their home school expenses. Though, not all parents qualify for it. TN had much worse homeschooling laws when I was a kid. I have no idea what they are like now. NH has the best weapons laws in the nation. Border state VT has the 2nd best Constitutional Carry law in the nation, only after NH. NH is designed to allow people to have as much or as little tax burden as they want. Unlike almost every other state that either has a high general sales tax, high personal income tax, or some combination of the two, NH has neither. You can literally avoid almost all state and local taxes in NH if you really want to do so. Of course, just like in other states, most voters demand government services. In some NH communities voters want services on par with the average state. To accomplish this property taxes have to be very high. In towns where voters want the government to do less than in most of the country, property taxes are high. Then there are those communities filled with small government folks that want the government to do far less in their community than what it does in almost all of the county. Those communities have average, low, or even no property taxes. But property values vary widely even within towns. This makes a much bigger difference in the Northeast than in the flyover states. Typically, if you live on the ocean, a lake, or beach, your property is worth more. If you live in trailer park, the woods, or one of the few depressed areas, your property is worth less. Another option is to rent an apartment. Units all over the largest city in NH range from $1,000 to $1,400 for a 3-4 bd. You can find rent lower in most rural areas if you look very hard. That means no income, no sales, and no property taxes. People born in NH might not always think about tax strategies, but those purposely moving here can get it. You very likely can pay less taxes and still have an excellent job living in any state other than AK, where the economy is doing poorly and the cost of living is extremely high.
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    03-19-2017, 10:27 PM
    UT already has a high smoking age. It is a pretty decent state when it comes to business regulations (except for companies involving smoking or drinking) but the people there sound like the fun police. Yup, the people there are as anti-fun as the people in ID, but they are worse than average. #33 (1 is best)
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    03-16-2017, 10:22 AM
    This is a clear case of judicial activism by leftist judges. The intent and text of the law is clear and easy to understand. A terrible ruling. The upside is that instead of focusing on actually legislation, most of which is harmful to people, the legislators of Maine might spend the next several years in big debates over technical corrections to most of Maine's laws. Of course, I'm only dreaming about this possible upside :( :toady:
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    03-16-2017, 10:15 AM
    The far right party took 2nd place, while the center-right party in control took 1st place again. The former 2nd place party, a center-left party, was badly damaged. The right went from a minority of the seats, though some of the right and left were able to form a combined government, to a straight-up majority of the seats. Likely, the leader of the center-right largest party will stay in power and the body will move to the right on policy. Likely good news for almost everyone in that nation.
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    03-15-2017, 11:39 PM
    I guess his point is that cars aren't likely to get less mpg. If anything, they will still continue to improve, getting more mpg under what was hinted at as Trump's plan. I guess your point is that sure cars are likely to get around the same or more mpg under what was hinted at as Trump's plan, but the improvements in mpg will take longer under Trump than what Obama wanted. You may have shortened that to mean dirtier? I think it is just a misunderstanding on both of your parts, but I have to guess at what you saying but it is a little confusing :)
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    03-15-2017, 11:33 PM
    They might be like McCain and actually support terrorism.
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    03-14-2017, 10:33 PM
    The AP reported that weather experts know on Monday that the storm wasn't going to be as bad as they publicly claimed. However, experts decided not to tell the public of the new information because it didn't want to confuse the public with the facts. By SETH BORENSTEIN AP Science Writer
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    03-14-2017, 08:17 AM
    It didn't stop me from voting today. Plus I get to really enjoy the outdoors this afternoon. Not to mention that it is so pretty outside :p A win-win :D
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    03-13-2017, 04:01 PM
    March is the major month for local elections in New Hampshire. Deliberative sessions, town meetings, and town elections happen throughout the month. Tuesday, March 14th is the biggest voting day of the season. Please figure out if your town or school district voters this week, next, or at some point in the spring. Vote for the smaller government candidates. Voting down new spending is usually the way to go. Good luck and please spread the word. I'm looking forward say no to the government :)
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    03-11-2017, 12:44 AM
    Great stuff. Thanks for posting. + Rep
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    03-11-2017, 12:22 AM
    Don't worry Justin, we still love you! ;)
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    03-11-2017, 12:16 AM
    Everyone is welcome. YAL members and non-members. Any age! Come to the Boston Young Americans for Liberty Spring Summit. It is a full day Summit that includes three free meals. There will be speakers, panels, and networking galore :) Make the drive for the day if you can. Fun, fun, fun! Ron Paul is the keynote speaker. He will be at the event, in person. Come see Ron Paul! Register
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    03-11-2017, 12:07 AM
    After the Keene State College students rioted (not sure if I'd call it a riot but that's what they were changed with), the Keene Pumpkin Festival was ended. It was replaced with 3 separate events around the state. So if your prediction happens, could be an interesting place :)
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    03-09-2017, 05:39 PM
    Generation Opportunity New Hampshire Applauds Civil Asset Forfeiture Reform Legislation provides new protections for fundamental rights and liberties By Clay Sutton March 9, 2017 More.
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    03-09-2017, 04:59 PM
    New Hampshire House Passes Bill to Prohibit Warrantless Stingray Spying See more.
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    03-09-2017, 01:44 AM
    While someone is a bad neighbor to be loud in a shed at that time of day, it isn't and should be illegal. Sure, she likely shouldn't have done that, but it wasn't wrong. The police shouldn't even have brought the dog. In fact, there should not be police dogs. The whole program is crazy. So yeah, the police should give the lady 10s of thousands and close the dog program.
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    03-09-2017, 12:07 AM
    Trump did far more to help protect US jobs before he even took office than Obama did during his 8 years.
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    03-08-2017, 10:05 PM
    It is said that NJ is so bad, someone could move to urban PA, especially Philly, and say they are doing it to escape heavy regulation and taxes. Shame on the people that run the government of NJ!
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    03-08-2017, 09:35 PM
    The NH House passed HB 160 with a 302-46 vote. HB 160 adds PTSD to the list of qualifying conditions for prescribing medical cannabis. It was sponsored by Rep. Schleien. He endorsed Rand Paul.
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    03-08-2017, 09:31 PM
    The NH House passed HB 157 with a 301 to 47 vote today. HB 157 adds chronic pain to the list of reasons people are allowed to use medical cannabis. It was sponsored by Rep. Schleien. He endorsed Rand Paul.
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    03-08-2017, 09:23 PM
    90% of the state house members that voted today (318-36), voted for HB 640 which would decriminalize possession of up to an ounce of cannabis. That's not bad. Out of the 400 member body, only around 36 of them are opposed to common sense on this issue. That is a 9 to 1 vote in favor. Last year the vote was only 5 to 1 in the NH House. Unfortunately, last year we had Democrat Governor Maggie Hassan. She got the Democrat senators to kill the people because she hates freedom. NH voters punished her by forcing her to live in a swamp :) Now we have a Republican governor that campaigned on decriminalizing cannabis so the NH Senate should be more friendly. But hey, it is never to early to contract you senator. Senator look up
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    03-08-2017, 09:16 PM
    Yup. This proves to liberals that small government works. But they don't care about facts or logic so :(
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