Category Archives: Anarcho-Lobbyist

Anarcho-Lobbyist vs. Free The Nipple

Anarcho-Lobbyist vs. Free The Nipple

Last year a transgender person and a feminist came to a New Hampshire beach to show off their repulsive breasts in front of children. They thought this would be a great way to battle their favorite bogeymen “rape culture” and “the patriarchy”. Thankfully, they were charged with lewdness for their efforts. Sadly, they defeated the case in court. So the New Hampshire state legislature took action and proposed a bill that would explicitly make it illegal for women to go

Anarcho-Lobbyist vs. Free Speech?

Anarcho-Lobbyist vs. Free Speech?

Free Speech. Are you in favor of it? I bet you are. In fact, I am willing to bet that even if you despise freedom of speech and would allow any level of government suppression of free speech, you would still instinctively say “Of course I’m in favor of free speech!” That’s of course what we have going on with the left in perpetuity. Long gone are the days of “I disagree with what you say but I would fight

Anarcho-Lobbyist on Allodial Title

Anarcho Lobbyst on Allodial Title

It’s that time of year again. The Anarcho-Lobbyist series returns with a bang! Yesterday I went to the legislative office building in Concord, New Hampshire to testify before the House Legislative Committees on a variety of topics, some of them quite controversial. Representative Dick Marple has introduced HB1350 “an act relative to allodial rights and violations of the oath of office”. Rep. Marple is a really interesting guy, and I love that I live in a state where a guy like

Anarcho-Lobbyist vs. Casino Corporatism

Anarcho Lobbyist vs. Casino Corporatism

I went to Concord on Tuesday, as I often do, hoping to speak the message of liberty to the New Hampshire legislature. One piece of legislation had caught my eye, pertaining to “video lottery and table gaming”. Upon inspection, it looked like it would relieve some of the restrictions on gambling, and that initially sounded like a great libertarian leaning policy for me to support. So I was anxious to speak before the House Ways & Means Committee about it. So far

Anarcho-Lobbyist for an Article V Convention

Anarcho-Lobbyist for a Constitutional Convention

As an anarchist, I don’t have much use for constitutions. Strangely enough, I don’t find statists having much use for them either. For all the reverence they profess for “The Founding Fathers” they sure do go out of their way to rack up unfathomable levels of debt by perpetually expanding their powers beyond their boundaries. One common excuse you hear about this pattern is “The founders never could have envisioned X, Y, and Z”. To those people, I say they

Anarcho-Lobbyist vs. Police Militarization – Round 2

Anarcho-Lobbyist vs. Police Militarization

“Thanks but no Tanks!” That was the slogan adopted when the Keene, NH police department sought to get their hands on a Lenco Bearcat. It was the first major pushback in the country against police militarization. The armored personnel carrier largely sits collecting dust today, because despite much hysteria in the media, there is no crime to speak of in this city, much less terrorism. Later, the Concord police department submitted a grant request with the Department of Homelands Security

Anarcho-Lobbyist for Constitutional Carry

Anarcho-Lobbyist for Constitutional Carry

A bill before the New Hampshire legislature would repeal the requirement for a concealed carry permit in the state. Senate Bill 116 has already passed the state Senate, and is presently before the House Criminal Justice and Public Safety committee, and is expected to pass the Republican led House of Representatives. The bill keeps the option available to obtain a permit, which is known as a “Pistol/Revolver License” in the state, for purposes of reciprocity. This gives New Hampshire gun

Anarcho-Lobbyist for Jury Nullification

Anarcho-Lobbyist for Jury Nullification

Jury nullification – the act of a jury finding a defendant not guilty, despite it being proven the defendant has in fact broken the law – is sort of the whole point of a jury. Juries are supposed to serve as one of those many “checks and balances” on government power we hear about when we’re told how wonderful America is. From the earliest inception of juries, they have had the power to find a defendant not guilty, if they felt the law

Anarcho-Lobbyist vs. Texting While Driving Ban

Anarcho-Lobbyist vs. Texting While Driving Ban

In New Hampshire, like in many states, it is illegal to use your cell phone while driving. The law only recently went into effect, and it’s not as if New Hampshire highways were some kind of death trap before it did. That alone should tell us that the law was nothing more than a revenue scam in the first place. Apparently I’m not the only one who sees that. House Bill 426 would repeal the ban for anyone over the age

Anarcho-Lobbyist vs. Civil Asset Forfeiture

Anarcho-Lobbyist vs. Civil Asset Forfeiture

Civil asset forfeiture is anything but civil. It is the practice of government seizing property from people by force as a penalty for defying some edict, while sidestepping the evidence and procedural requirements of criminal courts. Instead of the “beyond a reasonable doubt” standard of criminal courts to obtain a conviction, a standard which is already so diluted that it is rendered nearly meaningless, the government uses a “civil” court to sue for the property in question. The standard of evidence in

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