Feingold-founded PAC Spending Points to Feingold Hypocrisy

Democrat Russ Feingold’s PAC spends little to support candidates. Feingold lost to Republican Ron Johnson in 2014, and just a few months later set up the Political Action Committee, Progressive United, and a non-profit, Progressives United, Inc. Only 5% of the PAC is directly funding candidates while most of the funds are directed towards fundraising and salaries, including Feingold’s own salary.

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Virginia Voter ID Leaders Respond to Ex-Felon Soros

Republicans in Virginia are outraged over the attempts by ex-felon George Soros to overturn voter ID in a transparent attempt to help Hillary Clinton’s campaign.  The arguments in favor of overturning Voter ID are devoid of fact and high on partisan rhetoric.  By contrast, the partisan arguments in favor of Voter ID are fact-filled. 

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Ohio Online Voter Registration Receives Bi-Partisan Support

Ohio voters are still required to register to vote as they have for generations, on paper. The Ohio Senate is finding strong support forSenator Frank LaRose’s bill that would bring Ohio into the modern era of online voter registration.

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U.S. House on the 800th Anniversary of the Magna Carta

Today is 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta.  While tributes are going on around the country, we thought we would highlight the tribute done by the U.S. House. Rep. Virginia Foxx led the US House in its tribute to the Magna Carta on Friday.  Her entire speech is here.  Let me highlight a few paragraphs.  After reading portions of the Magna Carta, Rep. Foxx said the following:

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Congressman Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) to Speak at the RNLA Washington, D.C. Chapter Luncheon

The RNLA is pleased announce that Congressman Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) will address our June D.C. Luncheon June 11 at the Capitol Hill Club.

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Chairman McCaul: Leadership in Addressing the Foreign and Domestic Homeland Security Issues

The RNLA is pleased to announce that Congressman Michael McCaul (R-TX), Chairman of the Homeland Security Committee will be addressing a special luncheon in New York City this Monday, June 8 where he will be discussing issues facing the committee from his perspective as Chair.

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Washington Post Agrees that Early Voting Does Not Help Turnout

Even the Washington Post points out that Hillary Clinton’s call today for 20 days of early voting will not help turnout.  As they wrote:

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More Proof of Noncitizen Vote Fraud and Why it Matters

That Obamacare was passed on the fraudulent  election of Franken or that voter fraud matters, can no longer be seriously debated.   One of the key areas of vote fraud in the Franken "election" was illegal non-citizen voting.   Hans Von Spakovsky writes how that problem of non-citizen voting is continuing

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Is the Obama Justice Department Protecting Hillary’s Friends and Aides

We have written herehere, and here about possible illegal or at least unethical ties between Hillary Clinton aides and friends and foreign governments/companies.  Turns out, Senate Judiciary Chairman Charles Grassley was inquiring about yet another example with the Justice Department over a year ago.  In a April 22, 2015 letter Senator Grassley wrote:

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What Happens When Everyone Works Together to Stop Vote Fraud

What happens when you have a vote fraud hotline, a sheriff interested in investigating vote fraud, and a State’s attorney willing to prosecute vote fraud?  Results.  Vote fraud is found and hopefully deterred in the future. 

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