Ed Naile, CNHT

Hear Ed Naile every Wednesday morning on WLMW 90.7 FM on the Girard at Large radio show or listen to the archives at Voter Fraud Radio

Wakeup Call for Windsor And WMUR!

Today at about 10:30 am, a couple of taxpayers from the microscopic town of Windsor and I traipsed into Hillsborough Superior Court North in Manchester with an RSA 91-A Petition for public documents from that town.

We dropped the original petition and several copies off at Window #2, Equity, along with $140 bucks and in about an hour we had an Expedited hearing set for May 31.

Then off to sweet-talk the young lady at the County Sheriff's Office for service and we were all done.

The plan is for the Sheriff to serve the Windsor Selectmen TONIGHT at 6:30 when they are having another non-public meeting. If that goes well we will be tuning up our CNHT member to handle his end of the hearing next week.

And if we win it will be the second time in about 16 months since we had to do this. The last being denied the right to film the 2006 Town Meeting with an independent film crew that does some PBS work, if you can believe it. Talk about ASKING for it.

Anyway. The Windsor Town Tax Collector (maybe not so much) tried to put "not available at print time" in scrawl across Page 17 of the Windsor town report instead of a Tax Collector's Report.

Since that time The Coalition of NH Taxpayers has been helping our members in Windsor ask, in a specific way and for specific items, that the tax Collector provide the tax records for 2006.

And 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, and 2001 for good measure. So far, since March, we have - nada.

So what does a Suburban full of pro se taxpayer activists do for lunch after such a hard morning?

The Back Room in Manch baby!

So I am sitting there waiting on my Greek salad when a guy grabs my hand and says: "Hi! I'm John Cox and I am running for President."

So I said "I know, you were on our radio program!"

We were doing the roundhouse of introductions and handshakes when John Cox told me he was not allowed to participate in the WMUR Debate coming up.

And that is a shame!

John Cox is an articulate, intelligent, well-spoken candidate. He is good on Second Amendment civil Rights. He is a pro-life, anti-income tax-pro-Fair Tax, small government, free market candidate.

He is no "fringe" candidate by any means. He is good looking, presents himself well, and in New Hampshire, "The Primary State" you would think his average American campaign would in itself earn him a spot in the debate.

Looks like WMUR has gone Hollywood on us and only big money talks.

That would be New Hampshire's loss.


Did You Know That If You Put Your Thumbs In Your Ears...

you can put your hands over your eyes?

That is what the Most Ethical Congress In History is doing this week.

Liberal Democrat John Murtha of Pennsylvania was spared a moment of some small discomfort today by being on the “winning” side of a bid by Republicans for a vote to have him reprimanded.

Bribemaster Murtha has no shame. What is a little reprimand going to mean to him? His Party will support him. They always have. Even during Abscam.

The better story is our old pal Rep. William Jefferson of Louisiana who stashed $90,000 of $100,000.00 in bribe money he took in an FBI sting in his home fridge before he was caught by the FBI - then re-elected overwhelmingly by – liberal Democrats.

On May 15th Rep. Billy “Bribe” Jefferson was trying to convince three federal justices from DC that the FBI raid on his Washington office was illegal.

He hasn't’t even been charged yet. Gotta love washington.

You probably didn’t notice much about Rep. Billy “Bribe” Jefferson in the news because keeping the “Most Ethical Congress in History” out of trouble is what the Washington media does best. Ditto NH.

Even with the hard to resist name of the company Democrat Congressman Jefferson was bilking being, “iGate”, the media have given this thief a pass.

Remember the good old days when any Republican scandal could be re-named after Watergate? We even had Plame-gate recently. The con artist and his phony “CIA” wife scandal?

Now that we have real criminals in Washington – the take marked bribe money on tape kind, no one but the Times-Picayune covers it.

Oh that’s right! Its liberal Democrats stealing.



You Can Spin All You Want

The Lynch Amendment that had some gobbledygook language in it about 50% of all education spending being produced by the State looks like it is dead. Great!

And we have a Republican compromise proposal with some "reasonable" wording in it no one will agree to.

As we go along, the sausage will be ground and re-ground until absolutely no one is happy.

But I'm happy already, as long as the 50% wording is out of the original bill.


Because the only thing that matters is what passes with the voters when the amendment, in its final form, shows up on a ballot.

Without the 50% wording in the Lynch Amendment less voters will be confused into thinking the 50% language is a 50% TAX CUT. So there is an even greater chance no amendment will ever pass in 08.

That is a good thing.

Let our disgraced State Supreme Court, who are currently angling to get past impeachment costs back, try to order the legislature to raise the billion or so dollars in education extortion money.


The Billion Dollar Education Scam

The fraud that is education funding lawsuits and even the nonsensical discussions surrounding them is really sickening when you think about it.

Education funding lawsuits are simply theft by government action.

Our court re-interpreted the word “cherish” in Part II of our State Constitution to mean pay for government education with a broad-based tax.

They also deemed education a “substantive” right if I remember correctly. And if I don’t remember correctly it doesn’t matter because words don’t have any meaning in an education funding suit. They are simply a means to an end.

Take Ohio for example.

They actually have an education clause in their State Constitution - unlike NH.

The Ohio Constitution says that the State shall provide a “thorough and efficient system of common schools throughout the state”.

The Ohio version of our Claremont fraud is the Ohio funding fraud known as “Derolf”.

In the Derolf case the State of Ohio was sued for more money for government schools, first under “equity,” then under “adequacy”. See we ARE teaching evolution in school.

Funny taxpayers are not allowed to sue under “thorough and efficient” instead of simply going to the polls no longer voting for education FAILURE or EXCESS.

“Thorough and efficient” are actually mentioned in the Ohio Constitution. Imagine that?

I wonder what it means to say "thorough and efficient" in regards to government schools? Would testing teachers to see if they can do math or write an understandable paragraph be efficient?

How about instead of coming up with an ever-evolving “adequacy” amount for spending on government education, what if “efficient” meant no more than a certain amount could be spent on administration?

Here are some FACTS about education funding fraud suits:

In Ohio, the first attempt to extort money from taxpayers for government schools was the case; Miller v. Korns, 107 Ohio St. 287, 140 N.E. 773 (Ohio 1923).

The State Supreme court threw it out.

The second attempt was: Board of Education Cincinnati v. Walter, 58 Ohio St. 2d 368, 390 N.E.2d 813 (Ohio 1979).

The State Supreme court threw that out as well.

Then in 1997 along comes an activist Ohio court in the Derolf case, along with a national agenda by other like-minded activist State court judges to change the entire United States education system to make it even more vulnerable to suits at a national level.

This is why NH voters should reject this tar pit known as Claremont and any amendment that does not remove the court from micromanaging our schools.

So if by chance you run into an education funding expert please ask him why if the 1989 Kentucky suit (Rose Decision) was so successful and a model for New Hampshire, why was Kentucky sued again in 2003 in a case known as Young v. Williams?

The education funding fraud case, Young v. Williams was finally decided by the Kentucky State Supreme Court on February 13, 2007. And the court has now said in part:

"Ultimately, increases in education funding must be the product of political will, not judicial decree," the court stated in granting summary judgment to the state legislature.

So almost twenty years after the Kentucky Courts extort billions of tax dollars for government schools they go back to what the 1923 and 1979 courts said.

Don't let New Hampshire follow this route.


JRR Tolkien's, Return Of The Transponder

When last we left the Hampshire, Govdalf, the weak Hobbit Prince of the Hampshire, had just destroyed The Final Token. And the followers of Govdalf rejoiced merrily by dancing themselves into a dizzy frenzy, as they are wont to do.

But not all in the Hampshire were happy, for since the beginning if the First Age the Tokens had bestowed freedom and frugality on the inhabitants of the Hampshire. Now, all of the Hampshire was under the control of The Transponder and its creator, Sauron, of the land of New Jersey, a dark place ruled by cruel overlords, a land from which few escape misery.

With The Final Token destroyed, and Sauron’s Transponder in power, the elves, dwarfs, hobbits, and creatures of Middle Earth who abandoned the Tokens were forced to pay – dearly.

For even though many had cried from the top of the hills of the Hampshire not to abandon the Tokens, few even then understood the sinister mystery of the Transponder.

Some in the Ancient Media cling to the hope that the Transponder can be reasoned with and they hide from its evil side, shielding themselves and Govdalf with their parchment, quills, and ink.

But throughout history Hobbits have learned that absolute power corrupts absolutely and the Sauron of New Jersey is a harsh master. Only the Coin of the Realm can save the Hampshire now for those who refuse to fall under the spell of the Transponder.

Who will protect the inhabitants of the Hampshire if not Govdalf and the Ancient Media?

Are they not responsible for this dark cloud over our land? Have they not betrayed us?

The Hampshire and all Middle Earth await a new Govdalf.