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You may have heard that I am running for State Rep in Keene this year against Chuck Weed and Delmar Burridge. Chuck Weed is good on ending cannabis prohibition and is also the incumbent – to his credit as well, he will be debating me in the upcoming candidates’ forum on 10/16 at 2pm in the Keene library.
Delmar Burridge, however, is not going to appear at the candidates’ forum. Perhaps because he thinks he has the election in the bag, or maybe because he doesn’t really want voters to hear his sick, twisted views. Allow me to refresh you on what Burridge has to say. I would like to take you back to 2008 when Free Keene blogger and then host of Free Minds TV Toby Iselin had an email exchange with Burridge regarding cannabis decriminalization. After Toby asks Delmar to do the right thing and move the legislation forward, Delmar responds with an insulting screed that actually advocates Toby snitch on his cannabis-using friends, saying,
“You are very passionate in your beliefs and would make a great snitch. It is thrilling to dime on your so called friends.”
-Delmar Burridge to constituent
The rest of his outrageous email to Toby is worth reading. This sociopath ex-law enforcement officer is my competition in the upcoming Keene state house race. If you want to vote for oppression of freedom, Burridge is your man. If you want to vote for liberty, I’m the clear choice, having been endorsed by the NH Liberty Alliance.
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Greenfield MA jury acquits two Keene men of felony wiretapping charges after they were arrested for filming the police, the dire state of American schools, and 15 states thinking about alternative currencies to compete with the declining dollar.
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An update on Ademo Freeman’s arrest and the Keene Courts, Ron Paul to introduce a bill that would allow TSA officials to be charged with sexual assault for groping passengers, CA cops get $5,600 for washing their motorcycles, and the Feds want ISPs to keep internet history for 18 months just in case they want to look at it.
Free Minds TV reports on Ademo’s arrest.
Keene man arrested and faces years in jail for talking to a judge outside of the court room, and an update on the girl who was arrested for filming police from her own yard; this is actually good news.
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A frustrated and angry UK virgin is being flown to Amsterdam to hire a prostitute on the tax payers’ dime, raw milk raids increase, mailing tobacco through the US mail just got harder and more expensive, and mattress police; yes they really do exist and yes they really are cracking down on people who remove the ‘do not remove’ tags.
All able bodied Americans ages 18 to 42 may have to report to Obama for 2 years of forced labor, NY government using Google Earth to find illegal swimming pools, the federal government requiring colleges to stop illegal file sharing, and a man wrongfully convicted of rape 27 years ago will be held in jail for an extra day so he doesn’t “freak out.”
Oregon suing a Canadian mother for 2 years of foster care after they wrongfully took custody of him, Obama granting the FBI spying power George W Bush only dreamed about, the feds are poised to make penalties for pot brownies twice as harsh as uncooked marijuana, and CA tells a man in a wheel chair his medical marijuana shop is not handicap accessible even though it works fine for him.
Ohio city forces people who want to contest red light camera tickets to pay a $95 court fee, which happens to be the same amount as the fine, police accidentally taser a UK man in the groin, a deaf man wrongfully convicted of rape wants to be let out of prison, and the Congressional Christmas tree has been chosen but may require secret service protection so vandals won’t ruin it.
A bill requiring all sales of $600 or more be tracked with a 1099 bill was rolled into the Health Care Bill, millions of stimulus dollars used to make signs touting the Obama stimulus, moonshine regaining popularity in the US, and an old man looking for better health gets a can of health pet senior from his local food bank.
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Police in NH and around the country continue to arrest people for filming them, bad teachers in the UK, an undercover cop tackles a teenager trying to enter his own home, and Massachusetts passes a law that threatens to make much of the Internet illegal.