Category Archives: Ed Mosca Blog

Yes, There is Voter Fraud in New Hampshire, and Yes it Likely Decided the 2016 Election

I have posted quite a bit about voter fraud in New Hampshire since the 2016 election.  But with (1) President Trump’s Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity scheduled to meet in New Hampshire in just a few days and (2) the … Continue reading

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New Hampshire’s Governor Chooses Placating the Leftist-Elite Over Facts

Governor Chris Sununu, in response to President Trump’s impromptu news conference at Trump Tower, which was supposed to be about infrastructure, but quickly became all about Charlottesville: Sununu’s tweet essentially parrots the Sununu’s tweet essentially parrots the elite-Left’s Charlottesville narrative. | … Continue reading

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Insurance Commissioner Sevigny’s “Reinsurance” Plan for Obamacare Isn’t Reinsurance; It’s a Bailout

Health insurers in New Hampshire have requested rate hikes of, in some cases, more than 40 percent for 2018.  In order to mitigate these anticipated increases, Insurance Commissioner Roger Sevigny has proposed what he calls a “reinsurance” program: | More… | … Continue reading

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Maggie Hassan’s “Bipartisan Health Care Solutions” Are Neither Bipartisan Nor Solutions

New Hampshire’s drive-by Senator Maggie Hassan (whose margin of victory was less than the number allowed to vote without ID) is out with an op-ed on how to “solve” health care. Hassan’s op-ed comes on the heels of the Senate … Continue reading

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True Bipartisan Compromise on Obamacare is Impossible

RINOpublican Senators Collins, McCain and Murkowski were barely done stabbing the voters who gave the GOP control of the federal government in the back when Senate Minority Leader Cryin Chuck Schumer was bloviatweeting about the need for a “bipartisan” “fix” … Continue reading

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Quick Takeaways from the Special Election in State Senate District 16

Unofficial results have Democrat Kevin Cavanaugh defeating Republican David Boutin by a very comfortable margin of 55% to 45% in the Special Election for State Senate District 16. The result should serve as a wake-up call to the NH GOP … Continue reading

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The ACLU-NH Lawsuit Versus Secretary of State Bill Gardner: Is Sununu Just Playing “Matador Defense”?

The phrase “matador defense” refers to basketball players who do not put much effort into playing defense.  Defense is played with your feet in basketball.  Matador defense occurs when the defensive player makes a great show of waving his arms, … Continue reading

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The ACLU’s Lawsuit Against Secretary of State Bill Gardner is Total Bullcrap

As I will discuss in more detail below, the law in New Hampshire is that in order to bring a lawsuit the persons or entities bringing it (the plaintiffs or petitioners) must have “standing.”  That is, they must be able … Continue reading

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Chris Sununu Sounds Like and Sides With the Democrats on Obamacare

Earlier this week Governor Chris Sununu released a letter to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell regarding the Senate GOP’s health-care legislation, the Better Care Reconciliation Act, advising that, “the current version of the BCRA goes beyond addressing Obamacare’s flaws. This is … Continue reading

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Public Utilities Commission Says – More Green Pork

This past Friday, the New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission (PUC) lifted the so-called cap on net metering.  I explained net metering, and the “cap’” in a prior post, which I partially reproduce below.  In a nutshell, net metering forces electricity … Continue reading

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