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Cuomo, Whitmer in a race to the authoritarian bottom

By |2021-07-20T19:59:47-04:00May 14th, 2021|

As painful as it is to admit it, there are two colorable arguments against impeaching Gov. Andrew Cuomo. The first is that the best remedy for bad politicians is the ballot box. A better argument, though, is that as hard as it might be to believe, Empire State residents could have it worse. They could be living under the feckless rule of Gov. Gretchen Whitmer of Michigan, my home state.

Vote fraud is so real in New Jersey it caused a re-vote

By |2022-03-12T10:49:14-05:00September 12th, 2020|

A New Jersey ballot harvesting fraud case (perpetrated by candidates facing criminal charges) is costing taxpayers $$$ and the angst of a re-vote. Ballots for this race were also magically found in other towns. Despite this evidence liberals are making the realities of vote fraud a referendum on Trump instead of advocating for vote security.

Encouraging and protecting military votes is a civilian imperative

By |2022-03-13T17:00:58-04:00September 1st, 2020|

It is the responsibility of all Americans to ensure the votes of Armed Forces members away from home arrive on time and are properly counted. The time is NOW for service members to register to vote and request an absentee ballot. Registration links are included in the article.

ACRU’s von Spakovsky: Governors can’t suspend the First Amendment

By |2021-07-22T20:47:34-04:00May 5th, 2020|

A federal district court judge has taught Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly (a Democrat) a valuable lesson: The COVID-19 pandemic does not give her the right to suspend the First Amendment right of Kansans to practice their religious beliefs. Several other state and local officials should take heed, too. Kelly signed a series of executive orders restricting public and private activities due to the COVID-19 crisis. On April 7, she issued Executive Order 20-18, prohibiting “mass gatherings” of more than 10 people in a confined or enclosed space. Violators were subject to up to a year in prison, a $2,500 fine, or both.

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