Monthly Archives: July 2011

Planned Parenthood Protest Sparks Ideological Confrontation

by Garret Ean July 25, 2011 The vocal support base for government funding of Planned Parenthood has been denouncing the June 22 vote by the NH Executive Council to cut funding to the organization. Independent videojournalist Dave Ridley covered a … Continue reading

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The Fear of Questions and Cameras

by Garret Ean July 23, 2011 On Tuesday, Ian and JJ of Free Keene were in Concord for a court hearing over a parking ticket. While in town, they tried to have some questions answered by judicial authorities. Recently in … Continue reading

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Chalking for Political Prisoners, 7/12/11

by Garret Ean July 13, 2011 In solidarity with Russell Kanning’s recent peaceful campaign against the federal empire which landed him in federal custody for almost a week, chalkings appeared downtown on July 12. July 26 2011: Three political prisoner … Continue reading

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Civil Rights Lawsuit Filed Following Police K-9 Attack

by Garret Ean July 11 2011 Friday’s Monitor featured a front-page story about a police K-9 attack which occurred July 18, 2009 in Loudon. A quick google search brought up no previous coverage of this incident, so it is likely … Continue reading

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Two NH Activists Arrested in Southern US

by Garret Ean July 8, 2011 In the south-central region of the United States, the Independence Day celebration was bookended with the arrests of two activists on constitutionally questionable charges. On July 3, former law enforcement officer Brad Jardis was … Continue reading

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Indepedence Day Along the Atlantic Coast

by Garret Ean July 6, 2011 From Concord, to DC, to Orlando, Independence day was marked a number of ways by liberty activists. In DC, yet another successful (meaning no arrests) IndepenDANCE Day party was held at the Jefferson memorial. … Continue reading

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