EAC's Bad Apple

Lost in all the news yesterday was the White House announcement of the Republican Commissioner Nominees for the Election Assistance Commission(EAC).  Congratulations to Mr. Masterson and Ms. McCormick.  Now the EAC has four nominees for a full commission.

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Larry Lessig: Hypocrisy Squared

Instead of barbeques and patriotic indulgence, publicity hungry law professor Larry Lessig spent Independence Day frantically urgingsupporters of his Mayday PAC to reach his July 4th goal of $5 million dollars.

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House Rules Committee Holds Hearing on Obama Lawsuit

The House Rules Committee held a hearing today on whether to allow the House to move ahead with a lawsuit against President Obama. The lawsuit, spearheaded by Speaker John Boehner, is in response to Obama’s intentional failure to enforce Obamacare’s employer mandate. House leaders expect the measure to move out of committee and receive a floor vote before the August recess.

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Vote Fraud Techniques Being Applied to IRS and Other Voting Scandals

For a longtime the far left has fought against any real effort to perform list maintenance or update voter rolls.  They have fought for voting systems such as “Same Day Registration.”  This helps to ensure chaos and problems at the polls. 

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IRS Has One Month to Explain Missing Emails

A federal judge has given the IRS one month to explain under oath how emails of Lois Lerner and six other top IRS officials disappeared. The judge also appointed a federal magistrate to determine whether the lost emails can be salvaged from other sources.

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Not Since Prohibition and the Alien and Sedition Acts

All Judiciary Committee Democrats yesterday voted against an amendment offered by Senator Cruz to substitute language of the First Amendment itself for a proposed Constitutional amendment that actually would gut the First Amendment.

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Cruz Battles Those Trying to Repeal Part of the First Amendment

The debate over whether to repeal part of the First Amendment continues as supporters mischaracterize the proposed Political Equality Amendment. Senator Ted Cruz wrote an op-ed responding to Irvine School of Law Dean Erwin Chemerinsky’s claim that Cruz and Senate Republicans are overstating the consequences of the proposal.

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The 2014 Republican Lawyer of the Year: Mark Braden

The Board of Governors of the Republican National Lawyers Association is pleased to announce the selection of E. Mark Braden as the 2014 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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Why Should Students Be Allowed to Vote Where they Don’t Reside?

Last Saturday the New York Times ran their latest bias hit piece in favor of vote fraud focusing on voter ID requirements for students in North Carolina.  While it would be easy to go through the story step by step and point out the facts it gets wrong or ignores (like how the Justice Department lost the most similar lawsuit against neighboring South Carolina), let’s instead focus on one aspect of student voting. 

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Vote Fraud in Minnesota Democrat Primary Proves Need for ID

More than 140 people are alleged to have listed their current address as a mail center in the basement of a Minneapolis commercial property while registering to vote. The attorney for Phyllis Kahn, Democrat candidate for Minnesota State House, is calling for an investigation after discovering that there might be a coordinated effort to register voters using the 419 Cedar Avenue address in Minneapolis. Kahn’s Attorney Brian Rice says, "I think there is a coordinated effort to use this address to bring voters into the DFL (Democratic-Farmer-Labor) primary election on August 12, that's what I think is going on. It's wrong, it violates Minnesota Law, it's a crime."

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