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Ohio SOS Jon Husted: Uncertified “Experimental Software Patches” & Provisional Ballot Controversies

Is this a deja vu? It seems that current GOP Secretary of State Jon Husted in 2012 is taking a page from former Ohio GOP Secretary of State Kenneth Blackwell’s playbook from the disastrous 2004 Ohio election. In the Ohio … Continue reading

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Will Congress Solve Problems Instead of Being Partisan?

The American Enterprise Institute’s (AEI) June 11, 2012 forum, “Conservatism and the Republican Party” featured Norman Ornstein, Resident Scholar at AEI, and Steven Hayward, Public Policy Senior Fellow at AEI providing their views on the topic. Ornstein said the “litmus … Continue reading

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Voter Suppression via “True the Vote” Voter Intimidation Tactics

“True the Vote” accused of Voter Suppression Tactics The organization called “True the Vote” sounds like it wants to insure voter protection from the title of the group. However, according to folks who have attended recent events sponsored by True … Continue reading

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Voter Suppression 101: Eliminating Voters to Game the Vote?

It’s a sad commentary on America when mostly Republican controlled states are racing to pass more and more restrictive voting laws to make it harder for people to register to vote and to actually vote. Hiding behind a virtually non-existent … Continue reading

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The Fraud of Voter Fraud: A Fairytale

Once upon a time Karl Rove decided he had to find a way to narrow the margin between democratic and republican voters forever and ever because he had a big big dream. He wanted to make sure that there would … Continue reading

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Uncounted: The Movie is a Must See for All Voters

“Uncounted: The New Math of Elections” will open your eyes as a voter in America. Everyone should see this movie, especially the candidates running in the elections so they know that if they call for a recount, it is in the … Continue reading

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Has Stealing the Vote Begun by Purging Voters from U.S. Voting Rolls?

While Karl Rove and others complain about non-existent “voter fraud” where someone supposedly uses another person’s name to vote or where non-U.S. citizens supposedly attempt to vote (which would be pretty stupid to do), the real election fraud happens through … Continue reading

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The Future of America and Dancing Chihuahas

This is so cute: A salsa dancing chihuaha. Now that you are relaxed and had a good laugh or at least cracked a smile, hopefully, we can discuss another topic: How to Bring this Country Together The people must stand … Continue reading

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The Whistleblower “Improvement” Act H.R. 2483 Bad for Whistleblowers!

The Deceptive Use of Language Again The so-called Whistleblower “Improvement” Act, H.R. 2483 does nothing to help Whistleblowers. Instead this bill would force a Whistleblower to first talk to their employer before contacting a Federal Agency for assistance. That’s like … Continue reading

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Bill Moyers is Back and That’s Good for America

Bill Moyers & Company Premiere Program:“How America’s Gross Inequality is no accident, but was in fact “politically engineered”” Moyer’s talks with authors of the book, “Winner-Take-All Politics: How Washington Made the Rich Richer – And Turned its Back on the … Continue reading

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