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Bob Layton Editorial: Ordering ballot take-out?

Will we ever have a seamless local election?

I was hopeful when I cast my ballot and saw it slide smoothly through the machine.

Mayor Iveson’s ballot took several tries — it seemed to fight the machine. 185 more words

Commentary

GOODBYE CALIFORNIA

The citizens (and illegal aliens) of California want to secede from the union. What a wonderful happening for those of us who appreciate our nation. They want their sovereignty and we want freedom from their insanity. 497 more words

Progressives

Why is the Wisconsin GOP so afraid of voter ID facts?

Wisconsin State Treasurer Matt Adamczyk, a laughable figure who occupies a constitutional office that he says should be eliminated, wants to punish officials who are actually interested in doing their jobs. 12 more words

Lawsuit Seeks To Strike Down Nevada's Recall Election Laws

LAS VEGAS (AP) — A federal lawsuit challenging petitions to recall three Nevada state senators in districts with significant Hispanic and African-American populations alleges the effort is an unconstitutional attempt to replace the legislators with Republicans in violation of the U.S. 405 more words

News

Who would Jesus vote for?

First it needs to be said that this article will not favor one political candidate or party over another but instead favor what is expressed in holy scripture allowing the reader to apply what is revealed to their life.  1,118 more words

Social Justice

Wits EFF caucus for SRC 2017

On Monday October 16, EFFSC held a rally ahead of the Wits SRC 2017/18 elections. Dr Mbuyiseni Ndlozi gave the keynote address focusing on free decolonized education and encouraging students to pursue post-grad studies. 45 more words

News

Austria's march to the right got a boost from fake Facebook content

Austria got a new chancellor and Europe its “first millennial leader” last weekend, as 31-year-old Sebastian Kurz guided his conservative People’s Party to a win in the parliamentary election. 486 more words