Fourth Circuit Turned Voting Rights into Political Weapon


Illinois Governor Rauner Vetoes Mandatory Voter Registration Bill


ABA Tries to Suppress Lawyers' Speech, Even in Social Activities

The ABA recently adopted, by voice vote, an amendment to the model rules of professional conduct containing a speech code for lawyers.  Speech codes have become increasingly popular on college campuses, and when challenged in court, are unsurprisingly almost always found to violate the First Amendment (when enacted in a public college or university).  Eugene Volokh explains the meaning of the new model rule and its chilling implications:

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Double Standard FEC Democrats

Following up on our post of Tuesday, a month ago, yet another organization, Foundation for a Secure and Prosperous America, posted videos on YouTube.  The three Democrat Commissioners voted against applying the Internet exemption to dismiss the case.  This is the second time in two years the Commission split 3-3 over YouTube videos posted for free.  The Republican Commissioners' Statement on the case can be found here.   
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FEC Democrats Continue to Ignore the First Amendment

Three Democrat Commissioners are continuing their relentless effort to regulate and impede free speech on the Internet.  Despite the existence of a clear set of regulations adopted unanimously by the Commission in 2006, the three Democrat Commissioners have voted as a bloc twice in the past weeks to countermand the clear regulations.  This is further proof that Democrat Commissioners enforce only the laws they like on any given day, depending on the regulatory outcome they desire, and with respect to the respondents they prefer (or don't prefer).  

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More Potential Vote Fraud in Florida

This past week, three courts rolled back common sense voter ID requirements while allegations of vote fraud continue to surface in advance of November’s Presidential Election. The most recent example is occurring in the battleground state of Florida.

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Yes, Democrats Have Tried To Rig Elections

Trump’s recent comments to the media surrounding his concerns of a rigged election have thrown the liberal media into a tizzy. For a variety of reasons, most Americans are not buying the narrative that our elections are safe. With good reason: publicly supported, common-sense electoral reforms are being attacked across the country.  The majority of Americans support voter ID as a means to protect the ballot box from fraud. 

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Did Bill Clinton Call on Illegal Aliens to Commit Vote Fraud?

Bill Clinton's speech was a little discussed point at the DNC last week and he garnered more attention for falling asleep during Secretary Clinton's big moment than most anything he addressed.  What many missed is his call for illegal aliens to vote for Hillary in November.  Trump has been lambasted by the liberal media all week for stating that he believes this election will be rigged. Yet his opponent’s former President-husband asking all illegals to commit vote fraud, can you really blame him? (emphasis in the original)

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NY Times Goes to GA to Make Up Story While Ignoring Real Vote Fraud in Its Neighborhood

The New York Times today did something it never does: it mentioned vote fraud in a headline (see picture, we are not going to link to the “story”).  Of course, the story has nothing to do with vote fraud or the integrity of the election.  The New York Times has a long history of ignoring vote fraud, and instead the purpose of the story was to scare African Americans that their vote is being taken away from them.  Ironically, while the story focuses on the alleged bigotry behind the voting laws in Georgia, The New York Times ignored the actually anti-Semitic bigotry of Georgia Democrat Congressman and Super delegate Hank Johnson last week

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The Rule of Law Unjustly Manipulated: 4th Circuit Strikes Down NC Voter ID

In a decision that has many at a loss, today the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals held that North Carolina election integrity laws were enacted with a racially discriminatory intent. The Public Interest Legal Foundationreleased a statement with regard to the decision.

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