Ed Naile, CNHT

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Southern Commie Lawsuit Center Apologizes

The Southern Poverty Lawsuit Center publishes a list of people they hate. They hate them for various reasons that mostly stem from their target’s opposition to the SPLC march towards communism, special rights for homosexual, extra rights for illegal aliens, and in general, letting the inmates run the asylum we call the USA. Some of the people they hate are dead. But that doesn’t stop them from naming them on their list.

Back in October under their list of people they hate they listed Dr. Ben Carson. It seems they needed a black Republican to fill out the list. But now they have written an apology of sorts. Maybe the hate accusation caused a dip in donations? Who knows? That isn’t important.

What is interesting is that they have recently come up with a non-apology for the Oct. 15, 2014 posting of Dr. Carson as an extremist.

That leaves about five months before anyone noticed their attack on Dr. Carson.

Wow, what a powerful web site you have SPLC.

It looks like you are on the “favorites” list of a whole handful of readers to bring about such a sudden, national reaction.

I don’t feel so bad about the light traffic I get for my conservative articles when I see how bad SPLC’s traffic is.

I guess their brand of hate isn’t selling so well.

Who can they sue to remedy that problem?


George Lovejoy, A Life of Leadership

Rochester, NH’s George Lovejoy has passed and NH is going to miss a man who stood up against the tax and spend crowd in our state for three decades. He left behind an energized base of activists who have benefited from his calm, thoughtful way of dealing with political opponents. Not every activist can do that. George Lovejoy led through example.

I think I ran into George at one of the first organized meetings I ever went to regarding New Hampshire government. You can tell right from the start the person in an organization, people look up to. That was George Lovejoy.

At the start of almost any endeavor, be it a political campaign, issue advocacy, testimony on a pending piece of legislation, or quest for historical background on something regarding NH taxes one of the first items on the list would be to check with George.

Many on the small government side of a political issue are called “tax fighters” and that in just one description newspapers and critics use for taxpayer activists that missed the mark with George Lovejoy. I think he was always more of a champion of the little guy, people on fixed incomes, those who favor fair play and rule of law – the people he saw who were hurt the most by growing government at the state and local level beyond the capacity the NH Constitution provides and common sense demands.

Knowing exactly where the millions of dollars, some in government think “belong” to all of us, come from is what motivated George Lovejoy.

That is the secret to George Lovejoy’s success in keeping New Hampshire broad based tax free, something his tax and spend opponents never quite understood.



All Hail Rail

About that commuter train from Lowell, Ma. to Nashua, NH, I have a better idea that is just as implausible.

Take that same train and a new set of tracks, build a rail system that goes non-stop from Lowell Ma. to Bartlett, NH and there you have it.

But it has to be non-stop.

Every commuter car will be separated by a rail car that will be set up to hold snow mobiles, four-wheelers, bicycles, skis and non-household cargo. Then you simply pick up the real cash cows for the North Country and ship them up there, let them spend their money and ship them back without a single one moving here permanently.

Once you have made a few million in totally subsidized returns then simply build the next link to Pittsburg, non-stop from Bartlett, non-stop back to Lowell.

Now you can drop off cross-country skiers, snowmobilers, four wheelers and the like at Pittsburg so they can take various the public trails back to Bartlett, stopping at private places of business along the way and never staying NH permanently – that is important.

Oh, I forgot one extra idea I had. Every fifth, get it “fifth,” commuter car would be a NH State Liquor Car.

Now what could go wrong with that plan? NH can’t build a new power line for electric hydro power or a new natural gas line but surly the eco-Luddites wouldn’t mind having a few extra miles of rail lines.

Make a few bucks on this rail line and you have accomplished the impossible – making a few private sector bucks on rail line.

How long would it be before Montreal would start building towards our New Hampshire Miracle?

I have set up my own consulting firm to help states and municipalities BUY into this scheme. It’s in my garage.



SAU Cat Skinning 101

At various school districts in NH there is a growing trend to have elected school board and budget committee members pay thousands of dollars for access to public documents. The NH AG will not get involved and stop this abuse of office by offending superintendents, no surprise. And who in their right mind trusts any NH judge with doing the correct and proper thing. What school board member has the money for lawyers to get existing public documents anyway?

I think I have a solution for all the school superintendents who, in the process of administering million dollar budgets, do not have the time or patience to comply with citizen or even elected school board or budget committee member’s requests for documents - let the voters decide.

Here is a sample Warrant Article to be placed on any school district ballot:


We the undersigned taxpayers and voters of the ________________ school district request that an annual stipend of $5,000.00 be appropriated for each school board and elected budget committee member of that municipality to be used by that official to acquire existing public documents from the school district, cooperative school district, or SAU, that charges for copies and labor involved in complying with RSA 91-A, for the use of that member in any way the member feels it would benefit the school district’s voters and taxpayers.

Should one of the above mentioned members use their $5,000.00 public document appropriation he or she may use the appropriation of another member willing to acquire public documents on behalf of that member.  

In this instance the word, acquire, means by any lawful means.


And if we are still having problems with reluctant school employees who will not supply elected school board members with existing public documents we could amend RSA 189:1-a to be even more clear and specific that it is now. Simply amend this statute where it says “at district expense” to specifically state that access to existing public documents by such school board members shall be free to school board members. This would be a good time to amend this statute to, as part of a school board member’s duty he or she may acquire existing public documents from the Dept. of Education as well, at no cost. How simple is that?

Here is the existing statute regarding a school board’s duty:


RSA 189:1-a Duty to Provide Education. –

    I. It shall be the duty of the school board to provide, at district expense, elementary and secondary education to all pupils who reside in the district until such time as the pupil has acquired a high school diploma or has reached age 21, whichever occurs first; provided, that the board may exclude specific pupils for gross misconduct or for neglect or refusal to conform to the reasonable rules of the school, and further provided that this section shall not apply to pupils who have been exempted from school attendance in accordance with RSA 193:5.

    II. Elected school boards shall be responsible for establishing the structure, accountability, advocacy, and delivery of instruction in each school operated and governed in its district. To accomplish this end, and to support flexibility in implementing diverse educational approaches, school boards shall establish, in each school operated and governed in its district, instructional policies that establish instructional goals based upon available information about the knowledge and skills pupils will need in the future.

    III. School boards shall adopt a teacher performance evaluation system, with the involvement of teachers and principals, for use in the school district. A school board may consider any resources it deems reasonable and appropriate, including any resources that may be provided by the state department of education. In this paragraph, "teacher'' shall have the same meaning as in RSA 189:14-a, V.

Source. 1969, 356:10. 1973, 72:28. 1975, 22:1. 1983, 84:1, eff. July 23, 1983. 2011, 108:1, eff. July 30, 2011. 2013, 243:1, eff. Sept. 22, 2013.

I imagine this warrant article might stir some debate among voters at an annual meeting or deliberative session. Any school superintendent worth his salt would be happy to explain and defend this new budget item, wouldn’t they?


The Best Of All The Stans

If you want to keep track of what is going on in the Middle East I suggest this Kurdish web site:


You gotta love the comments section by Kurds who are living through the nightmare of ISIS. They do not appear to be a people who are going to give up.

The common theme is to keep our military aid out of Bagdad and get it straight to the people who don’t drop rifles and run.

Take a look at a map of Kurdistan some time and see how much the politics of this region will change when the Kurds are free.