Sanders Campaign Accepts Thousands of Potentially Illegal Contributions

According to the Federal Election Commission's review of recent disclosure reports from Sen. Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign, theSanders campaign has accepted thousands of illegal contributions: 

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Virginia Voter ID Trial Testimony - Voter ID Does Not Disenfranchise Voters

Testimony in the Virginia voter ID law trial concluded last week. The law's challengers struggled to produce an iota of evidence in support of the claim that the law disenfranchised potential voters, and the defense presented contrary evidence. When former election officials in VA were asked about how many voters they had seen disenfranchised since the law was in enacted in 2013, the response was unquestionably clear:

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RNLA Conference Call on Scalia and Confirmation Process Tomorrow

The RNLA is hosting a members-only conference call tomorrow at 12:30 EST with Ed Whelan, President of the Ethics and Public Policy Center, to discuss Justice Antonin Scalia’s legacy and the importance of waiting until the next President is elected to replace him on the Supreme Court.

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Voter ID on Super Tuesday - Record Turnouts Despite Voter ID Laws

The opponents of voter ID are eerily silent after record-setting turnouts occurred yesterday in states with voter ID laws. It’s now exceptionally clear that the alleged claims of mass voter disenfranchisement are overstated fiction. The five Super Tuesday states with voter ID laws -- Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia -- experienced record-breaking turnouts.

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Five Super Tuesday States Are Protecting the Integrity of Elections with Voter ID Laws

It is “Super Tuesday.” Five out of the thirteen states voting in the presidential primary today will do so requiring at least some type of voter identification: Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia. 

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Revisiting Drive-by Voter Fraud in New Hampshire

After the close of the first primary in the nation, allegations of vote fraud started to surface.  Campaign staffers and other out-of-state, "drive-by" voters voted in the New Hampshire presidential primary. 

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March 4 - Nationwide Conference Call on Justice Scalia's Legacy with Ed Whelan

On March 4, RNLA is hosting a nationwide conference call on Justice Scalia's legacy with Ed Whelan, President of the Ethics and Public Policy Center and former law clerk to Justice Scalia.  Ed will discuss the importance of Justice Scalia's jurisprudence and the importance of waiting for the next President to appoint his successor.  He will also take questions.

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Another Attempt to Criminalize Politics Fails as Charges Against Rick Perry Dismissed

Former Governor Rick Perry of Texas has been cleared of charges in yet another partisan witch hunt by Democrats.  District Attorney Rosemary Lehmberg's office filed charges against Perry because Perry threatened to veto funding for Lehmberg's office when she refused to resign after she was arrested and convicted for drunken driving.  In a victory for the rule of law

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Liberals vs. EAC - DOJ Earns Wrath of Judge Leon - Part 3

For the last few days we have been watching the DOJ refuse to assist the EAC, supposedly its client, to the point that the case now has Defendant-Intervenors in the form of the Secretary of State of Kansas and the Public Interest Legal Foundation. Clearly unimpressed with what he was seeing, Judge Leon wrote a brief order denying the request for a temporary restraining order (TRO) which we shared yesterday. It was fairly standard except for the one and only footnote in the document that can best be described as hilarious. 

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A Partisan DOJ Just Provided a Brief Lesson on How to Befuddle and Irritate a Federal Judge

Yesterday, this blog addressed the EAC's purpose and its duty to the states. The DOJ is responsible for representing the EAC in legal matters, or at least that is the way it is supposed to work. The National Review released an article describing the hearing that occurred yesterday where that behavior was as far away from that expectation as possible.

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