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New Initiative: Protect Military Votes
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ACRU becomes the American Constitutional Rights Union
ACRU is proud to announce an organizational name change from American Civil Rights Union to American CONSTITUTIONAL Rights Union as we continue to honor the legacy of founder Bob Carleson to “to defend constitutionally-protected rights of all Americans.” As President Lori Roman notes, “we were created as an antidote to the ACLU. We can think of no better way to punctuate that ACRU is the true defender of individual and economic freedoms that are unique and fundamental to our nation than to include “Constitution” in our name.”
ACRU ACTION: POLITICAL COURAGE NEEDED →
A former Philly election judge has admitted accepting bribes from Democrat operatives to alter the results of a local primary. According to the US attorney prosecuting the case, the judge “(stood) in a voting booth, voting over and over, as fast as he could.” The criminal vote fraudster faces 15 years in jail where he can contemplate the political will he stole from his neighbors when he negated their votes through fraud.
This story is the week’s best example of why universal mailed ballots are a welcome mat for fraud. After being caught changing ballot requests from Democrat to Republican, a West Virginia mailman claimed he did it as a “joke.” Charged with felony vote fraud, we presume Mailman Cooper will find his fines and/or jail time as unfunny as his crime.
Pro-vote integrity citizen activist Colleen Vera made a recording of Houston-area Democrat operatives bragging about swaying an election through nursing homes ballot harvesting, and she collected documentation to prove it. It’s amazing what one hero can do. The state’s AG is now investigating. Nursing home vote fraud is all too real.
A group of House Members has introduced the Counting All Military Votes Act to ensure all military overseas ballots are expedited to ensure timely receipt by the military voter and delivery to home voting locations. The bill currently has 25 original co-sponsors, including many retired military members. So far, no House Democrats have signed on. You may view the list of cosponsors here, and if your Member of Congress is not on it, you should pick up your phone and encourage them to pick up their pen.
A United States senator pleaded with her colleagues to end the country’s dangerous reliance on Chinese drug production by bringing pharmaceutical manufacturing back into the United States of America.
If a police officer or firefighter in Erie, Pennsylvania wants to take a family vacation to Dollywood or Myrtle Beach, they must receive permission from city leaders.
On Sunday, Chicago’s first openly gay mayor, Lori Lightfoot, mounted a raid on a black South Side church for holding services in defiance of her coronavirus lockdown orders.
Chicago Cops Spend Holiday Weekend Busting Social Distancing Violators While City Has Highest Murder Toll in 5 Years
This Memorial Day weekend Chicago Police were busy chasing after social distancing violators all across the city while at the same time Chicago experienced it’s highest murder rate in 5 years.
A judge ruling against Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker’s stay-at-home order broke down point-by-point why he believes the order has devolved into “insanity." In a ruling late last week, Clay County Judge Michael McHaney granted a temporary restraining order against Pritzker’s orders for a tanning business that filed suit, but before announcing the ruling, he voiced his opinion on how the governor’s orders were impacting businesses across the state.
Austin Public Health could publicly punish businesses who don’t follow the mayor’s order to record an “activity log” of every customer.
A crowd massed outside Karl Manke’s barber shop let out cheers after attorney David A. Kallman delivered some good news for the businessman.