Monthly Archives: December 2011

December 2011 Chalkings

From the sidewalk in front of the state house, taken December 18: In the image below, the foreground chalking is by Free Concord, and the background chalking was by an anonymous artist. Advertisements

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State vs. Garret Ean: NOT GUILTY

by Garret Ean Dec 29 2011 Yesterday I received mail addressed to Ean Garret from “9th Circuit – District Division – Manchester” court. The title of the piece read, The State of New Hampshire and Ean Garret. I took note … Continue reading

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Multiple First Amendment Blocks at Concord District Court

by Garret Ean Dec 27 2011 Today at Concord District Court, I had attempted to audio and video record a hearing at the defendant’s request. I was given last minute notice, and ended up missing the brief hearing by the … Continue reading

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‘Epidemic of Police Brutality’ Article Appropriately Timed

An article by Michael E. Ross entitled The Epidemic of Police Brutality published at The Root yesterday. It comes alongside news from Tampa of police misconduct resulting in homicide. On December 23, Reason’s Hit and Run blog published the story … Continue reading

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Around the Globe as 2012 Approaches

by Garret Ean Dec 26 2011 As the new year approaches, unprecedented global unrest continues to mount. With the New Hampshire primary two weeks away, the military presence in Iraq has officially come to an end, despite reports of approximately … Continue reading

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Ridley Report: Obama’s Bradley Manning Hypocrisy

A poignant Ridley Report mash-up featuring Barack Obama giving a speech on human rights violations by foreign governments. http://youtube.com/watch?v=rL0FOIfltq4

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In Learning That Kim Jong-Il Has Died

by Garret Ean Dec 19 2011 Today the news has circulated around the world that Kim Jong-Il, ruler of what is considered the most closed nation in the world, North Korea, has died from a reported heart attack. Through social … Continue reading

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