State senators in Oklahoma are taking their oaths to protect the Constitution and their state citizens seriously and encouraging the U.S. Congress to do the same. The two Republican lawmakers have filed legislation that would strengthen state statutes while encouraging federal legislators to pass photo ID and paper ballot laws. Source: Oklahoma, where reform comes sweepin’ down the plain
Elections officials in Virginia are trying to set the record straight, after absentee ballot applications with incorrect information were mailed to more than half a million residents in the Commonwealth. The confusing mailers were sent by an organization known as 'The Center For Voter Information', which identifies itself as "non-partisan and non-profit" on its website.
Former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) pushed the Obama White House to help Sen. Robert Menendez (D-NJ) in getting the federal government to back off a Medicare fraud criminal scheme.
The next step is for Schumer and other Democrats to acknowledge that the Obama administration left a big mess in Washington.
It unleashed a million pounds of metal contaminants and covered up what happened.
Today's poverty has little to do with overpopulation.
In its most recent decision on elections, the Supreme Court ignored the clear text of the Constitution to approve an election change that reduces the accountability of government.
The Fifth Circuit should uphold federal district court Judge Andrew Hanen’s preliminary injunction against President Obama’s immigration amnesty program.
Sanctuary policies directly victimized thousands of the residents of sanctuary cities who were subjected to assaults, burglaries, sexual assaults, thefts and even murders.
The American experiment in self-government, with separation of powers established in a written Constitution, is only around 233 years old. Its roots are far older.