Many of us close to the political process here in America already know the path that has been laid out for the Iraqi people, and where it leads. The Western World has a culture that legitimizes the most horrendous acts of their governments with the r
Remember, remember the Seventh of November, the Republican treason and plot. I know of no reason why bankruptcy, war and treason should ever be forgot.
Two retired senior Army generals, who served in Iraq and previously voted Republican, are now openly endorsing a Democratic takeover of Congress. The two generals, both retired, are Maj. Gen. John Batiste and Maj. Gen. Paul Eaton. According to Bati
Whatever you're hearing from your sources is not correct. You can call Dr. Merrill if you'd like more information. I've attached a copy of the poll, which as you will see has Mack and Hess in the questions.
Sequoia Voting Systems, was bought in March 2005 by the Smartmatic Corporation, a Venezuelan-owned software company who overhauled Venezuela’s electoral machinery before a referendum confirmed Hugo Chávez as president in August 2004.
Quebec's chief electoral officer is urging the province to stop using electronic voting systems. In a new report on problems with Quebec's 2005 municipal election, chief electoral officier Marcel Blanchet targets the electronic voting system
Kudos to Keith Olbermann, anchor of MSNBC’s “Countdown,” who last week, scolded President Bush for signing the Military Commissions Act of 2006. However, congress needs to be admonished for even approving such an unconstitutional act. It is truly a
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Friday that Arizona can go ahead with requiring voters to present a photo ID, starting with next month's general election, as part of the Proposition 200 that voters passed in 2004.
In the mailing — sent by Feeney to more than 100,000 voters in Florida's 24th Congressional district, and featuring a poorly-doctored photograph of Curtis dressed as Playboy publisher Hugh Hefner — Feeney claims he's attempting to "alert
It boasts, "Don't vote until you know where the candidates stand on the issues". I just found this to be very humorous, since most people who belong to AARP depend upon the government for their living. I will not join these people eve
An overhaul in how states and localities record votes and administer elections since the Florida recount battle six years ago has created conditions that could trigger a repeat -- this time on a national scale -- of last week's Election Day debac
Florida's ultra-light voter turnout dismayed elections workers, political candidates and civil-rights activists across the state, who blamed everything from the weather to public cynicism.
Lawmakers sent Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger a bill Wednesday that would make California the first state to jump aboard a national movement to elect the president by popular vote. Under the legislation, California would grant its electoral votes to t
A Florida judge barred enforcement of a state law that imposed fines on civic groups for failing to meet state deadlines in their voter registration drives, ruling the law violated free-speech rights and discriminated against the groups.
In Arizona, an initiative on this fall's ballot calls for rewarding one lucky voter with a $1 million prize, just for going to the polls. In Florida, some communities are switching local elections from March to November, in an effort to increa
1. 80% of all votes in America are counted by only 2 companies. Diebold and ES&S. 2. There is no federal agency with regulatory authority or oversight of the US voting maching industry. 3. The vice-president of Diebold and the
A two-year-old law intended to keep illegal immigrants from voting has blocked thousands of Maricopa County residents from casting ballots because they can’t prove U.S. citizenship.
Libertarian Harry Browne wrote an entire book called "Why Government Doesn't Work." In case you still aren't convinced that he was right, here's a great example.
An Anne Arundel County Circuit Court judge ruled today that the General Assembly's plan to allow voters to cast ballots in the week before election day is unconsititutional, a ruling that could have profound implications for this year's elect
Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's supporters blocked traffic to thousands of businesses and hotels as they set up camps along Mexico City's main avenue to demand a recount of Mexico's July 2 presidential election
Special Action CV-06-0252-SA filed July 25th by Ernest Hancock to force compliance with a manual validation of 2006 election law just passed. Ernest warns there is no intention to comply.
Last year, a report called "Asking the Right Questions About Electronic Voting" took a look at the issues surrounding the move by most of the country's election jurisdictions to electronic voting machines. The report's theoretical a
To be a German, one must be born in Germany. To be an Italian, one must be born in Italy. To be a Mexican, one must be born in Mexico. To be a South African, one must be born in South Africa. To be Chinese, one must be born in China. To be Japan
A fractured Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that states are free to redraw congressional districts whenever they want, largely blessing Tom DeLay's bitterly contested handiwork in Texas and the gains it gave national Republicans.
Questioning state authority is considered a sin by those who worship it. Negative comments about the state and its agents challenge the core beliefs of those who believe that benevolent rulers can be created out of the magical democratic process.
House Republican leaders postponed a vote on renewing the 1965 Voting Rights Act after GOP lawmakers complained it unfairly singles out 9 Southern states for federal oversight. "We have time to address their concerns," Republican leaders
"Suppose you almost always vote for candidates from one of the 2 major parties. If you do this, the optimal strategy for the parties is to IGNORE you completely. Since the candidate already knows that your vote is in hand he can concentrate on mEntered By: Leon Felkins
A bunch of states team up and give all their electoral college votes to the nationwide popular-vote winner, regardless of who won the most votes in their state. Then, the candidate who garners the most citizen votes in the country moves into the Whit
On what would become known as "Bloody Sunday," voting rights marchers in March 1965 reached the highest point on the Edmund Pettus Bridge near Selma, Ala., and saw a blue sea of uniforms awaiting them at the end of the bridge.
Have you learned anything? If you are a typical American, probably not