Yet another liberty to take a hit during COVID-19 is property rights. Just as MI governor Whitmer blocks home owners from their second home-cabin-trailer up north in Michigan, the government of North Carolina is telling owners of beach homes that they can't live in their own residences. It is unlikely that either state will be sending rebates to home owners who can't access homes on which they pay taxes.
Police arrested protesters at a #reopenNC rally in North Carolina, where restless citizens demanding businesses be reopened gathered in protest of the shutdown.
WALSH: Police In North Carolina Arrest Peaceful Protestors, Declare Protesting A ‘Non-Essential Activity’
A group of peaceful protesters gathered in Raleigh, North Carolina on Tuesday to call for the re-opening of the state. They stood outside and observed social distancing guidelines. More importantly, they observed the guidelines of the First Amendment, which, plain as day, protects “the right of the people peaceably to assemble and to petition the […]
State lawmakers voted Tuesday to restore, long-term, the final Saturday of early voting and passed new absentee ballot fraud protections in an elections bill that also extends the life of soon-to-be-outlawed touchscreen voting machines. Read the article at Daily Stock Dish.
Voter fraud is a product of the left and liberal voters are a key component of fixing it. Read the article at TownHall.com
3/5: Voter fraud requires effective bipartisan solutions, but first, we must candidly acknowledge that the problem exists—and not only when it is politically expedient to do so.
12/6: Election integrity must be about more than that.
10/16: This analysis reveals critical vulnerabilities in North Carolina’s voting administration system and explores how those weaknesses could impact election outcomes.
2/5: ACRU tells the Supreme Court that the district court undermined judicial credibility by imposing a last minute legislative map on North Carolina, using a series of highly novel factual findings and legal theories.
1/18: ACRU’s amicus brief argued that the district court’s demand for a redrawn legislative map was unreasonable.