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Why Isn’t It Gay to Be Armed?

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3 Signs You Might Have Government AIDS | Freedom Feens

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Michael W. Dean, Chandler St. PierreLisa DeLasho and Derrick J Freeman talk about Religion, Rodrigo Duterte aka “Daddy Duterte”, the President elect in the Philippines, Lisa talks about the Grinch stealing her gun shortly after Christmas one year. Also, is asking for permission to conceal carry in New Hampshire worth it? Chandler talks about the Libertarian themes in “Captain  America : Civil War”. In hour two Derrick talk about Azealia Banks being banned from Twitter after homophobic remarks, and Microsoft’s Twitter botbeing shut down after making unexpected tweets. There’s a new Rocky Horror Picture Show coming out !  The CIA “inadvertently” deleted their only copy of  Torture Report. Mike Webb, a congressional candidate, posted several screen shots of his browser which had porn sites in the tabs. Austin has banned Lyft and other ride share businesses and the market responds with Arcade City !

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HOT Cat-on-Cat Action | Freedom Feens

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Derrick J, James Babb, and Michael W. Dean explain the post-pope-pocalypse, one-party consent blackmail states, cat rape, and how the hell are we gonna save Derrick J from the cult?????

Shall-issue nude gun carry with Derrick J.  (looks great in a suit!)

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NH Supreme Court Upholds Denial of License to Carry Discreetly | Free Talk Live

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In July 2014, I applied for a License to Carry a Firearm Discreetly. The local police chief claimed that I am not suitable for such a license and denied my application. I appealed to the local court, and the infamous Judge Burke upheld the decision. I then appealed to the NH Supreme Court, and this week I got news that they too upheld the decision.

Last night on Free Talk Live, hosts Ian and Mark shared my recent blog post on the subject. Here is the audio and video of that segment for those who missed it.

Bureaucrats Circle Jerk to Deny My Gun Freedom

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What if the 2nd Amendment Means What it Says?

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The people came out to the State House to overwhelmingly say “YES!”

A bill proposed by Senators Bradley and Boutin and cosponsored by JR Hoell would remove the requirement for a Concealed Carry License. This means that anyone legally allowed to open carry in NH could also carry discreetly. This is a big deal for me, since currently I am fighting an uphill battle against my local police chief for denying my license despite NH supposedly being a “Shall-issue” state. The reality is that if the police don’t like you, they can deny you by claiming you’re “not suitable.” What does “suitable” mean? It’s not defined anywhere in the law!

Clearly a change needs to be made, and the people know it. About a hundred people came out to the State House to speak in support of the bill that would make New Hampshire more like Vermont by loosening restrictions on free people to protect themselves. Only 4 people spoke against the bill. 2 of them were law enforcers who were, by the way, wearing guns openly (I don’t think anyone else can do that). Are there 2 classes of men?
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SHOCK! Judge Burke Upholds KPD Decision: “Unsuitable” to Concealed Carry

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burkeLocal government bureaucrats in Keene are infringing on my right to bear arms.

In July I applied for a concealed carry license. One man, Ken Meola, denied it. I appealed, and this week the news came back: Judge Burke denied my appeal.

Judge Burke’s decision means that while it is perfectly legal for me to carry a firearm openly, it is a crime for me to conceal that firearm, for example by putting on a winter jacket.

The next step is to move on to the State Supreme Court. I haven’t decided whether or not I’m going to do that, but I’ll give another update when I speak with my attorney.

I’m disappointed about this decision, but I’m not surprised. The State is a many-tentacled beast, and the different facets of it protect each other. First the legislators did their part by camouflaging a restriction as a right: they call NH “shall issue” but ultimately leave the power of permission to one man working for the police. Then the police did their part to deny my rights, essentially arguing that they are restricting my freedoms because I don’t respect them. Finally, appeals are made to lawyers who also work for the State.

For those who missed it, here is a link to video of the full hearing.

Read Burke’s decision here. (PDF)

Read the Google Doc Version

Derrick vs Keene Police | Free Talk Live | Sept 8, 2014

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Keene PD Denies License AGAIN??

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What do the Keene Police have to hide?

Today (Aug 7, 2012) I called the Keene Police Department to check the status of my Concealed Carry License application. I applied for the license on July 20. It’s my understanding that NH law requires that the local police department “shall-issue” all valid applicants within 14 days (10 business days) of applying. Applicants must call and ask for an answer–they will not call you. However, if a person has NOT been approved, they will mail that person with an explanation as to why they were denied, and they must do that within 14 days. The clerk (Pat) at the records department said that my application was not in the “approved” pile, and that the man in charge of applications (Michael Goodchild) was on vacation until Aug. 20. She gave me his voicemail, and I left a message. In his voicemail recording, he directs callers to contact Jim McLaughlin with any issues. When I phoned Jim McLaughlin and told him I was audio recording, he told me he did not consent to being recorded and redirected my call to Michael Goodchild’s voicemail again. The third time I called, I explained to the clerk what had happened and asked to speak with someone who would talk to me on the record. After waiting on hold for a few minutes, Pat returned and said that the “Chief of Police” Ken Meola told her that “Captain” Costa would call me back today regarding this issue. Very curious…

The law regarding Concealed Carry Licenses can be found here.