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The Art of Voter Amnesia: What's an ID?

Democrats never say they are committed to stopping voter fraud, merely that they’re dedicated to “everyone” voting. This smug admission tells you everything you need to know, or in other words, nothing you didn’t already suspect. 409 more words

The Progressive Doctrine

Motion to Dismiss Filed in Wisconsin Voter ID Law Case

Late August, a divided court upheld a Wisconsin voter ID law, and in doing so, rewrote part of it – causing confusion.

This week, a motion to dismiss was filed by the defendants in the case, Judge Gerald C. 152 more words

The Dream Decision of SCOTUS

Whereas Gay Marriage has unlocked an inevitable erosion of our societal values and Obamacare has permanently extended the groping hand of big government, the Supreme Court’s refusal to hear a state’s appeal on citizenship verification will likely seal America’s fate. 918 more words

Election 2016

The Art of Vote Fraud: Who's Watching Who?

I believe the biggest sources of vote fraud are one, poll workers, and two, the automated voting machines now utilized across America. Yes, as we all know, poll workers are human and vote too. 578 more words

The Progressive Doctrine

The World Requires Voter ID, but George Soros and Hillary Clinton Are Determined the U.S. Won’t

NATIONAL REVIEW
by John Fund
July 16, 2015

What the rest of the world calls an anti-fraud measure, Democrats call racist.

It’s been over seven years since the Supreme Court, in a 6–3 decision that was written by liberal favorite John Paul Stevens, declared that voter-ID laws don’t constitute an undue burden on people attempting to vote. 86 more words

Politics

"Fix that": Hillary Clinton promette riforme elettorali

Hillary Clinton vuole riformare una parte cruciale della macchina elettorale americana. Con un importante discorso pronunciato all’inizio di giugno a Houston, Texas, ha annunciato che intende mettere mano al sistema di formazione delle liste elettorali, ha parlato di… 880 more words

Elezioni

Voter ID victory is a big applause line in Scott Walker's campaign launch speech

Wisconsin’s legislators voted in 2011 to require voters to present ID, but the law was tied up in court for years, eventually reaching the Supreme Court, which declined to hear the case. 532 more words

US Politics