The next target for the Democrats? Freedom of Speech.

The NY Times released a transcript of the Democratic debate that took place on February 4, 2016. The debate took place in a vivid dream world where priorities, reason, and logic cease to exist and are replaced by individual desires, general disregard for the laws and judicial system of our country, and a desire to place limitations on our freedom of speech. It is a world where hopeful democratic politicians believe that being president would grant them the right to throw Supreme Court decisions out the window and threaten our most fundamental of rights. The level of absurdity was ample, depressing, and quite frankly terrifying.

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Despite What the Left Would Lead You to Believe, the Boogeyman Does Not Exist

The North Carolina voter ID law is in the process of being challenged in court by leftist opponents from all over the state and beyond. They continue to contest voter ID laws with everything they can due to their stated belief that it will disenfranchise voters or more cynically, as a strategy to turn out their base. 

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Democrat Vote Fraud Allegations in Iowa Show Need for Partisian Observers

Following up on yesterday’s post, we have to again point out the hypocrisy of liberals on the issue of vote fraud.  As this story headlines, Iowa: Sanders Calls For Raw Vote Count Amid Reports Of Voter Fraud And Missing Votes:

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Vote Fraud Allegations Surface in Iowa

The Iowa caucuses have drawn to a close and the winners were announced. Yet, while the spotlight should be shifting on to New Hampshire, some continue to wonder if the vote was accurate. The alleged issue - vote fraud. The allegations are coming out of the Sanders camp after an extremely tight race with Clinton which she ultimately won by a small margin. The video of the event was initially recorded and broadcast by CSPAN2 and can be viewed here

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Buckley. Defender of First Amendment Rights, Slayer of Political Equality Ideology.

Buckley v. Valeo has recently turned forty. This case may not be as recognizable as others in our lifetime, but its imperfect yet continuing role of protecting our rights under the First Amendment is unquestioned. One key but often forgotten aspect of Buckley is how it protects us from forced equality of speech. Former RNLA campaign finance blogger Paul Jossey points out that without it, the absurd idea of political equality in this country would have continued to proliferate.

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Republican Wins in Maryland, Democrats Turn to Murderers, Rapists and Criminals to Prevent It From Happening Again

Maryland is commonly known as the “Free State” and yet many also know it as the “Old Line State”. The latter being a reference to the Maryland line's consistency and unwavering dedication during the American Revolution. As National Review discusses, Governor Larry Hogan is still attempting to “hold the line” in a battle that has been waging over a felon's "right to vote": 

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My "Life Experiences" Made Me Vote Five Times


A man who voted as many as five times in an election, Robert D.Monroe, is attempting a unique defense for his likely crime.

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Florida Governor Rick Scott to Speak at the RNLA Washington, D.C. Chapter Luncheon

The RNLA Is pleased to announce that Florida Governor Rick Scott will address our January D.C. Luncheon on January 27 at the Capitol Hill Club.

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Voter ID Opponents Rely on Faulty Data to Claim Disenfranchisement

Opponents of voter ID laws rely on faulty studies and sloppy data to grossly exaggerate the number of voters without acceptable identification under voter ID laws, according to Donald Palmer, RNLA Advisory Council member and former Secretary to the Virginia State Board of Elections. Palmer's report details how interest groups and media outlets often report numbers of voters without ID that are 2-20 times as high as the actual number of voters without ID, while careful analysis by election and demographic experts reporting smaller numbers is "reasonable, correct, and ignored."

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Two Votes for Illegal Aliens to One for US Residents in Maryland

There should not be disenfranchisement of legal voters through fraud or chaos.  Some cities in Maryland are allowing 16 and 17 year olds to vote and now want to allow legal AND illegal aliens to vote.  Not only does this effectively disenfranchise the votes of legal US residents but as a result 16/17-year-old illegal aliens may get two votes:

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