Obomination: Presidential Report Proves Again Liberals Would Rather Cry Race Than Fix Elections
A major bipartisan commission that includes prominent Democrats and Republicans issues a report making recommendations to improve our elections. However, over time some Democrats and the far left not only disagree with the report, they label all those who attempt to implement many of its recommendations (even fellow Democrats) as in favor of voter suppression and either state or imply that they are “racist.”Read more
Early Voting Debate Part II: More Spending on Elections?
Following up on the thoughtful piece by Professors Eugene Kontorovich and John McGinnis or early voting, J. Christian Adams writes eight reasons against early voting. While the professors laid out the case against early voting from a civic duty and traditional angle, Adams goes after early voting by undercutting the very reason its proponents are advocating it.Read more
When it comes to politics, no NSA needed
Despite the President’s recent reassurances, Americans continue to question how much government snooping is acceptable in a free society. But in the political arena, the spooks don’t need clandestine technology to monitor our every move. They ply their trade in election boards and commissions throughout the country. No matter how minuscule the expenditure, obscure the speaker, or trivial the issue, political activity is forcibly registered, catalogued, categorized, and published.Read more
Are Democrat Attorneys General Becoming Governor Generals?
On the most basic level an Attorney General is the leading law enforcement official for the state or country. He is most definitely not a legislator or governor. Yet as Colorado Attorney General John Suthers points out that is what many Attorneys General are becoming:Read more
Vote Fraud: Ironic and "Legal"
A New Hampshire editorial pointed out yet another ironic vote fraud case:Read more
The Early Voting Debate
Professors Eugene Kontorovich and John McGinnis have a very thoughtful article on the subject of early voting. One of their points is as follows:Read more
Obama's State of the Union: "The President that Richard Nixon Always Wanted to Be"
A few reactions to the State of the Union from the perspective of the law. First off some of the key legal excerpts from the speech are here onProfessor Josh Blackman’s blog.Read more
Does Eric Holder Care if Hispanics are Disenfranchised?
While New York is definitely the reigning king of vote fraud since they not only commit rampant vote fraud they try to put the police in jail for exposing it; Texas is moving up with yet more allegations of vote fraud. While the clip in the link tells more of the story, here is a quote:Read more
Campaign Legal Center misunderstands Citizens United, First Amendment
Meredith McGehee, policy director at the Campaign Legal Center recently criticized Citizens United v. FEC in a four-year-anniversary piece. Ms. McGehee described what she views as several constitutional defects with the majority decision and its subsequent deleterious effects on American democracy.Read more
Insulting our Allies with Unprepared Nominees
Today’s Obominaition is short and to the point. Please see the following article on an Obama nominee to be Ambassador to Norway who so poorly prepared as to be an embarrassment and an insult to the people of Norway.Read more