If ONLY Democrat Activists in California Believed in Voter ID

The party is already in bad shape. If we show people we’re a bunch of thieves, it will destroy us. In the name of party unity, please drop this fight. Paul Dever 1948 to Tip O'Neill after stealing a party primary from him Then perhaps they wouldn't have to worry about this: At the heart … Continue reading If ONLY Democrat Activists in California Believed in Voter ID

The #Unexpectedly Chronicles Vox NotWithstanding Voter ID not suppressing vote

Today Vox is one again playing the voter suppression card: Why voting in 2016 could be nearly impossible for some Americans Texas, Virginia, Wisconsin, Tennessee, and North Dakota have all implemented strict voter ID laws since the last time Americans picked a president in 2012. And this could leave millions of would-be voters unable to … Continue reading The #Unexpectedly Chronicles Vox NotWithstanding Voter ID not suppressing vote

Rand Paul and the Voter ID Dance

by baldilocks Recently, U.S. Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) has been intimating that the GOP should drop the topic of voter ID legislation. This position seems to have been influenced by his speech at Howard University—a historically black university—and by his meeting with a group of black pastors. In short, in these two meetings, it seems … Continue reading Rand Paul and the Voter ID Dance

Meanwhile in Barrington NH… UPDATE MEA CULPA

While we ponder the questions the left isn't asking about the reaction to Operation Pillar of Defense Granite Grok is still there and keeping an eye on some questions that have yet to be answered about the late election, first the stats: First, in a town with 5000 plus voters there were 630 new registrations … Continue reading Meanwhile in Barrington NH… UPDATE MEA CULPA

Some voter ID laws are more equal than others

As a result of such tactics the vote from the Valley rarely displayed the diversity of opinion associated with a democracy; some 15,000 votes were generally believed to be controlled in the Valley, and it was not unusual for them to go to a favored candidate by margins as large as ten to one. Robert … Continue reading Some voter ID laws are more equal than others