Our Constitutional Republic still Stands

By |2022-11-08T22:58:40-05:00November 8th, 2022|

Howdy, y’all; it is the day after November 8th, and guess what? The world did not come to an end. Furthermore, we did not experience the end of democracy. First, let’s have a short little lesson in civics, America is not a democracy. America is a constitutional Republic. We have a representative democracy to enable the people’s voices to be heard. Remember, this is the government of, by, and for the people. Our founding fathers established America as a constitutional Republic; matter of fact, Article IV, Section 4 of the constitution firmly states that the federal government is to guarantee to every State in the Union a […]

If Republicans Win Nov. 8, Thank The Election Integrity Movement

By |2022-11-27T09:50:29-05:00November 5th, 2022|

If Republican candidates do as well as expected on Tuesday, they can credit the new, widespread, and coordinated effort to begin securing U.S. elections, helping give candidates the best opportunity possible to win a fair fight in the new voting environment of mail-in balloting.

Election Integrity

By |2022-11-02T17:06:05-04:00November 2nd, 2022|

The American Constitutional Rights Union (ACRU) will have a webinar this evening on the subject of election integrity.

Von Spakovsky: Election Integrity and the American Republic

By |2022-10-27T09:30:03-04:00October 27th, 2022|

Election integrity and voter fraud have become so controversial that even if you try to discuss them rationally and reasonably, and cite incontrovertible evidence, you will likely be banned by social media platforms and labelled a conspiratorial vote suppressor by the major media organizations that dominate our airwaves.

Supreme Court Examines Whether Alabama’s Congressional Districts Violate Voting Rights Act

By |2022-10-08T10:13:52-04:00October 8th, 2022|

Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act, which took center stage Tuesday during oral arguments at the Supreme Court, prohibits a state from imposing a “standard, practice, or procedure” that “results in a denial or abridgement of the right of any citizen of the United States to vote on account of race or color … .” Courts have found that states violate this provision when they draw new legislative districts that dilute the voting power of minority voters by either packing as many of these voters as possible into a single district or by splitting these voters among various other districts—practices known as “packing” and “cracking” voters.

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