Tag Archives: Voting

The Do’s and Don’ts of a Patriotic Election Day

My good friend  and  editor of America’s Future Foundation’s blog, Alyssa Canobbio recently posted a succinct and timely Facebook update, reminding her friends of voting etiquette. This piece is built off of her short update, because sometimes we all need a little refresher on what to do and not do in the polling booth. So here are your Do’s and Don’ts so ... Read More »

Why liberals should stop trying to ‘help’ black Americans

The civil-rights struggles of the mid-20th century were liberalism at its best. The efforts culminated in the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965, which outlawed racial discrimination in employment and education and ensured the ability of blacks to register and vote… Click here to view original web page at nypost.com Read More »

Victims or Perpetrators? How Democrats Are Waging Guerilla War Against Popular Voter ID Laws

On the national scene, President Obama and the Democrats defend the unpopular Obamacare law as settled law of the land, therefore do not question it. At the same time, though, the Democrats relentlessly attack voter ID laws that have been enacted in several states over the past few years. The Obama administration is even waging courtroom war against those laws, suing states including Texas that have passed voter ID to get the laws gutted. Texas is key to Democrats’ hopes to build a permanent presidency and congressional majority, so whatever happens in Texas won’t stay in Texas. Voter ID seems to fill Democrats with dread that they cannot win the state...

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