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Kansas, Kobach, Voter Fraud, and That Darned Popular Vote

There was a bewildering amount of news out there for an extended Fourth of July weekend, what with the Republicans’ health care reform efforts stalling and all the “tweeting” about other things about by the president, but it was the story about the newly created voter fraud commission that caught our eye. 1,188 more words


The Urgency Is This Moment 

July 2, 2017

By Leyland A.King

Book, like read are four letter words, that we don’t wish to hear. Too busy, we say. So I’ll brief. 138 more words

Agency Development

Our Voting Privacy --- VIOLATED!!!

Although there was no credible evidence of major or wide-spread voter fraud in the 2016 presidential election, the person who won that election claims there was.  1,217 more words

Political Commentary


I’m really not into this style of photo imagery though it has it’s place just as other styles do and can render well at times. 391 more words

 Imagine a society where this report was not necessary. 

Just imagine the kind of society where this report was not necessary. But what is done is done.

Let’s now imagine a society where, having acknowledged its wrongs and flaws, actually took the report seriously, and went directly to work with the best of human resources and capital focused on fairness and justice, something like the Marshall Plan. 91 more words

Agency Development


I feel as though inspite of everything there existed certain advantages in my childhood, among them the nation I was born into and the ability to be something of a feral child whose favorite haunts were the forests, mountains, and rivers. 1,313 more words


Why do two states in America allow felons to vote while in prison? The two states are Maine and Vermont. According to a 2014 Washington Times online news article, felony disenfranchisement laws prohibit just over six million Americans from voting in general elections… 464 more words