Is There Any Hope of Change?
The two major political parties have a lock on power in the United States. The election laws, the media and family voting patterns all collude to make the election of a third party candidate to the Presidency a near impossibility. The closest in the lifetime of anyone reading this happened in 1992 when Ross Perot garnered 18.91% of the vote and not one electoral vote. | Read More »
Why does Rokey Suleman think our soldiers don’t deserve to vote?
Rokey Suleman is a bad person. Earlier I introduced you to him as someone who is not counting military ballots in Fairfax County, Virginia, in spite of the recommendation of the Virginia Board of Elections. Now he is doing so in defiance of a the State’s Attorney General, who issued an advisory opinion: Virginia AG Opinion that absentee ballots must be counted – Upload a | Read More »