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Voter ID laws focus of Kansas civil rights committee

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) – The Kansas division of a federal civil rights commission says it will investigate whether Kansas voter identification laws have affected voter turnout. 102 more words


Democrats Trying to Rollback Voter ID

As mentioned in a previous post, “The Illegal Immigrant Sham”, July 9, 2015,   Democrats are using illegal immigration to import their own voting bloc because they are consistently unable get a majority of American citizens to vote for them in national elections. 182 more words


An Argument for Keeping the Confederate Flag

Well publicized and–in political time–hasty removal of Confederate flags, and soon iconography, across the South is pushed in a bipartisan lens as positive steps toward national reconciliation after the terrorist attack in Charleston. 771 more words


"The South Shall Not Rise Again": But, Beware When Right-Wing Manipulators Of Historical Memory Offer Reconciliation

Let’s not get carried away here, friends told me yesterday. A flag is just a symbol. When they stop passing voter-ID laws or start passing gun laws, then I’ll be impressed. 1,226 more words


Democrats To Introduce Voting Rights Advancement Act 2015

While the focus has been on Charleston, South Carolina and the #CharlestonShooting. Senate Democrats are set to present a bill to restore a key provision of the… 255 more words


White Flag

“Thine enemies roar in the midst of thy congregations; they set up their ensigns for signs.”

— Psalm 74:4

For months, the events have gathered, scattered ominously across the landscape like dark foreboding clouds, pregnant with the force of an awful history, a terrible miasma.

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The Nation editor argues that voter ID requirements are extension of the Civil War, Reconstruction

Voter ID laws and Reconstruction. Those are totally comparable. Good grief.

@KatrinaNation HAHAHAHAHAHA!!!! Getting a free fucking ID, which most people have, has to do with civil war and reconstruction folks!

— DCinAZ (@DCinAZ) June 21, 2015