Why Is ID for the Right to Vote Treated Differently from ID for Other Rights?

Voter ID laws have been surrounded by controversy since their very inception. Opponents of the laws will argue that requiring an ID will impede the fundamental right to vote, but have no argument about the other equally fundamental rights that do require ID

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Lawsuit Finds Non-citizen Voters in VA; Democrats Try to Cover Up

The Public Interest Legal Foundation has discovered that hundreds of non-citizens were removed from the voter registration rolls in Alexandria, Virginia.  The city refuses to disclose whether any of those non-citizens voted in any elections and it is unclear whether the city has forwarded the names to law enforcement authorities:

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ICYMI: Even in Election Law Cases, a Plaintiff is Necessary


Bill to Allow Certain Felons to Vote While Still in Jail Before CA Governor

A bill that would allow convicted felons still serving time in county jails in California to vote is currently before California Governor Jerry Brown.  

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The RNLA Board of Governors Announces John Ryder as the 2016 Republican Lawyer of the Year

The Board of Governors of the Republican National Lawyers Association is pleased to announce the selection of John Ryder as the 2016 Republican Lawyer of the Year. This award recognizes lawyers for outstanding professional accomplishments and years of dedicated service to the Republican Party and its ideals.

 

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Motion for Contempt Against McAuliffe for Defying Felon Voting Rights Restoration Order

Yesterday, Republican members of the Virginia General Assembly filed amotion for contempt against Gov. Terry McAuliffe for defying the Virginia Supreme Court's mandamus order that invalidated McAuliffe's executive orders that purported to restore voting rights to convicted felons on a blanket basis (internal citations omitted):

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Jail Sentence for Campaign Corruption in DC

A judge has sentenced the organizer of a corrupt "shadow campaign" in the 2010 DC mayoral race to 3 months in prison:

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Chilling View of the Clinton Supreme Court


Vote Fraud and Poor Election Administration in California: Recent Examples

California has long had problems with vote fraud and poor election administration.  Why does California have so many issues?  Single-party rule in the state is one possible answer.  Here are some of the remarkable recent examples of problems.

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Threat of Vote Fraud Is Real

There has been much debate in the past few weeks over whether vote fraud exists, with many liberals claiming that it does not exist at all.

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