Ed Naile, CNHT

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A Parade Without Kids - Nice

John Roberts narrates this video form Los Angeles. It is a parade that lasted some four hours from what I can tell. I did not watch it all even thought it is jam packed into a half hour. I find fake joy boring.


I saw miniature ponies and fire trucks, things you see at parades. But I saw only about a half dozen kids.

You know what I like about kids is their honesty.

None of the kids at the parade were acting deliriously happy. They were just going through the motions of being dragged to a parade.


Back From NYC

I just got back yesterday from Central park in New York City where I worked with Granite State Lumberjack Shows on the Stihl Timbersports Series Finals.

No long description by me is necessary because we have some articles from the event which was covered by the local paper, The New York Times:





All The News That's Fit To Hit

Now it’s crystal clear.

I read this in the Manchester Paper so you know it must be true:

“She stated that she and her husband ‘decided $1 million of wealth would be available to each of their three children,’” the FEC reported. “Virginia Guinta did not characterize the funds as owned by Rep. Guinta or as having been obtained and maintained in her bank accounts because of any agreement with Rep. Guinta. Thus, when Rep. Guinta sought funds for his federal campaign, Virginia Guinta ‘deducted this amount from his $1 million allotment.’”  http://www.unionleader.com/article/20150603/NEWS06/150609724#sthash.zwTnrLPZ.dpuf

This critical statement is part of the FEC Guinta investigation so you know it must be official.

The illegal money Mama Guinta “forwarded” to Frank Guinta was, as testimony shows, was meant to be “available” to each of “their” three children but it does NOT explicitly say Frank Guinta was one of those children.


That revealing statement by Frank Guinta’s mother does not, I repeat, state that Frank Guinta is one of “their” three children, mentioned in the FEC testimony. So how could Frank Guinta, with a straight face, say that this money was family money available to him?

Now I see the criminality in his original testimony.

In NH words mean things and are a very important part of any political investigation or assassination. I know this from being caught up in the swirling debate over the word ‘domicile’ for 15 years. How was I to know it meant ‘non-resident’? I understand that now.

This is why I depend on the critical writing and investigative skills of the Manchester Paper for day-by-day, hour-by-hour reports on the unfolding scandal regarding the non-family money not-loaned but forwarded illegally to Congressman Frank Guinta by Mama Super Pac Guinta.

Did she file as a super pac by the way? That might be worth a six year investigation.


Still awaiting arraignment in NH for his second known false press release, Carl Robert Gibson, supposedly brought here to NH in 2012 with multi-million dollar CREDO Pac of California to run Frank Guinta out of office, is still a mystery. Who paid this guy if he isn’t in the CREDO Pac FEC filings?

How does he keep his 26? Summit Street, Concord mobile voting domicile where he registered his US Uncut LLC with no visible means of support?

These are the questions The Manchester and Concord Papers don’t want to know - so they will not ask.

Neither does Fergus Cullen, Kelley Ayotte, or Shawn Jasper care about out of state political hit men attacking fellow Republicans.

Democrats are silent as the NH press and RINO’s do the dirty work, beating Frank Guinta with the club he has handed them.

And the Associated Press, duped by Carl Robert Gibson in 2011 by his false General Electric press release – don’t hold a grudge here in NH when he does it again.



Denny, We Hardly Remember Ya.

It would be interesting to see the background of the charges against former Republican House Speaker Dennis Hastert. Usually, there are all kinds of tidbits leaked to the press when a Republican is in trouble.

If I had a magic wand to plop on the head of the feds I would ask if the 1980 era offence he is paying someone to keep quiet was possibly dug out of the 900 FBI files Hillary Rodham Clinton had street thug Craig Livingstone steal for her back when she was co-president.

Wouldn’t that be a coincidence?

It is probably more likely than not that is where the details are to be found.

Those 900 FBI files weren’t just laying around her office for nothing. The reward for having them has to outweigh the risk of being caught.

Changing the subject this week from the Clinton payola schemes to a Republican being indicted for anything is good timing - Clinton style timing.



I Have An Armory Room

Never resting in her hatred for the US Constitution this progressive US House member wants to find a way to limit the Second Amendment until and when she and her other progressive friends or Constitution hating judges can eliminate it by other means.

Did I mention she is from New York?


Recently I read an article about progressives in big cities who are building “panic rooms” in their exclusive living spaces.

I sincerely object to people living hundreds of miles away from me having “panic rooms” for self defense if everyone else in that city doesn’t have one. It makes me feel uncomfortable.

Maybe we non-city-dwelling citizen voters should force, by legislation, inner city progressives who have panic rooms to register them and have them submit a set of detailed plans as to where in their living space it is located. Make it public and publish the list of names and locations once a year.

It would be a matter of “fairness” and “change” of pace from the way Congress usually works.

Everyone wants change – everyone should have a panic room.

Unarmed teenagers would be safe from being shot by racist cops if they were in a panic room.

Cops wouldn’t even need guns if everyone had a panic room.

But right now only rich, white progressives in Democrat controlled cities have and are building panic rooms.

I think we need legislation right away. This needs to be fixed.