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Ever wonder how that
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JoeU's blog

Romney's Amazing Statement: "Not familiar with VAWA"

Speaking of restraining orders in Massachusetts where 25-50,000 so-called 'domestic violence' orders are issued every year Romney said, " I don't recall a case of a law of this kind where it interfered with the rights of parents where it seemed to be out of keeping". An amazing statement coming from the former governor of Massachusetts!

Vote 'Yes' on Question 2 - Amendment to New Hampshire Constitution

This is a great first step to rein in the out of control judiciary. Vote 'Yes' on 2!

Vote to Amend New Hampshire Constitution! Wow!

NH referendum to allow legislature to have voice in court rules. Kudos to Reps. Avard and Itse. Vote 'Yes' on 2! "The amendment makes the courts accountable to the people."

'Speak Up' with NH Rep. Kevin Avard on Family Court Problems

Rep. Avard is doing good work with this referendum question CACR26 in November to allow the NH legislature to have the last word on court rules. If you live in NH please be sure to vote in favor! http://www.nhliberty.org/bills/view/2012/CACR26