The Latest Complaint About Voter ID Laws
It’s another election cycle, and, as sure as you know you’ll see saccharine campaign ads, you can always count on another thing: cries from the Left regarding voter identification. The 2016 campaign season is no different, not that you’d expect it. It’s difficult to remember any recent election that didn’t have underlying drama from a never-ending discussion about just what is and isn’t fair for | Read More »
Voters Aren’t Disenfranchised, They’re Just Lazy
If you haven’t noticed, an election is coming up. We’re 16+ months away, and the push is on (again) to tackle the perceived reality that is known as voter discrimination. The Left seems to believe low voter participation must mean the existence of rampant voter discrimination. But you can’t force people to vote, or even care about any of the issues facing our country. With | Read More »
Election Integrity – An Obama Strategy?
Today, I learn that in Michigan there are over 4,000 non US citizens registered to vote in that state. The Secretary of State there, Ruth Johnson, sees this as evidence which makes voter identification in Michigan critical in order to protect the integrity of this and future elections. Naturally, the very question of voter ID makes United States Attorney Eric Holder’s eyes bulge. Some say, | Read More »
Photographs, Fear-mongering and Flubs
Anthony Weiner, Debbie Wasserman-Schultz and Sarah Palin have been featured prominently in the media over the past ten days. Each of them made statements garnering much interest for different reasons. All of their comments caused outrages although none of them intended to do so. Do any of them deserve criticism? If so, who does and why?
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