Obama Administration Moving to Allow Non-Citizens to Register to Vote

As the presidential primaries are well underway, the U.S. Department of Justice continues to attempt to block measures designed to keep non-citizen voters from being included in our elections. 

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Supreme Court Nominations in Election Years: Part 3 - History

In the days since Justice Scalia's untimely passing, pundits and scholars have been using the history of Supreme Court nominations and confirmations to make their chosen political point - either that the Senate should or should not confirm a Supreme Court nominee in an Election Year.  

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Sanders Obliterates Clinton in NH, Ties on Delegates?

Despite the large margin by which Sen. Bernie Sanders defeated Secretary Hillary Clinton in the New Hampshire primary, she leaves the state with 15 delegates, half the state's total. The Democratic National Committee’s delegate allocation system is strange to say the least:

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Supreme Court Nominations in Election Years: Part 2 - The Schumer Rule

The practice of the Senate not confirming Supreme Court nominees in an Election Year has not been made up by Republicans in response to Justice Scalia's untimely passing.  It is a rule first outlined by the Democrat poised to replace Sen. Harry Reid as Minority Leader.  

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Supreme Court Nominations in Election Years: Part 1

The RNLA mourns the sudden passing of Justice Antonin Scalia, along with the rest of the country.  His passing leaves a vacancy on the Supreme Court, and though Justice Scalia can never truly be replaced, a justice to succeed him will be nominated by the President and confirmed by the Senate.  The justice to succeed Justice Scalia should not be nominated by this President and confirmed by this Senate, however.

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Republican Leadership Reacts to Selecting a Successor After Scalia's Passing

While the RNLA mourns the loss of Justice Antonin Scalia, the importance of finding the right successor, especially in a presidential election year is paramount.  In a press release yesterday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell stated:

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Either Pointless or Wrong - Sanders' Claim Not to Have a Super PAC

In last night's Democratic presidential debate, Sen. Bernie Sanders reiterated what has become one of the themes of his campaign: 

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Bernie Sanders v. The ABA’s Code of Judicial Conduct

Bernie Sanders is not only attacking our freedom of speech but he is proposing to do so in a manner that directly contradicts the most basic of judicial tenets. Justices cannot bind themselves to decide a case before it is before them. This is a basic tenet of judicial ethics.

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The Real Criminals are the Vote Fraud Deniers

Once again, the chicken little vote fraud deniers went crazy in advance of New Hampshire's primary yesterday.  As this article full of misinformationdetails on the reaction on the left on having to show ID:

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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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