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Armey's Outburst: Sounds Like Hot Air to Me
by Frederick Clarkson
November 3, 2006
The Washington Post has a story headlined "The Religious Right: An Alliance Torn Assunder." We may see some interesting reallignments and perhaps some shaking out in the GOP coalition in the post-election period.
Former GOP House Majority Leader Dick Armey (R-TX), is trying to pin the pending GOP election losses on the theocratic views of the far religious right. But frankly, while Armey's outburst is initially intriguing, it sounds mostly like a lot of hot air, and business pretty much as usual to me.
Libertarian promises real school change
The State (SC)
by Lisa Michals
November 2, 2006
Local teacher Tim Moultrie doesn't plan to send his daughters, who are home schooled, to public school unless the state school system undergoes drastic improvements.
The Lexington County resident wants to lead the metamorphosis. Moultrie, the South Carolina Libertarian Party chairman, is on the ballot Tuesday for state superintendent. When he's not campaigning, he's at his day job: teaching social studies at Dreher High School.
Election Fraud Virtually Certain
The Reagan Wing
by Chuck Corry
October 29, 2006
"With the exception of the motherboard, the other issues listed above are documented... The truly frightening thing is that Diebold may not even be the worst of the electronic voting machines in use."
Many of the hard drives and apparently all of the motherboards of the voting machines are Made in China. China is known to be attacking Department of Defense, Commerce Department, and other government computers...
Can This Machine Be Trusted?
by Michael Duffy
The U.S.'s new voting systems are only as good as the people who program and use them. Which is why next week could be interesting.
In one week, more than 80 million Americans will go to the polls, and a record number of them--90%--will either cast their vote on a computer or have it tabulated that way. When that many people collide with that many high-tech devices, there are going to be problems.
Take Our Guns - Take Our Lives
News With Views
by Jim R. Schwiesow
October 23, 2006
"Hi there, we're from the government and we are here to help." Sure they are, like the snake they are maneuvering themselves into position to inflict that last fatal strike.
For twenty-eight years, as the sheriff of Sioux County, Iowa, I held the absolute and unconstitutional power to deny my constituents the right to self- protection. Their right to protect themselves from criminal predators...
Will Conservatives Vote For Freedom or to Keep Democrats From a Majority?
by Devvy Kidd
The Republicans have held a majority in Congress since January 5, 1995. What does that mean? It means that on a straight party vote, the Republican majority could pass legislation and there's nothing the Democrats could do about it.
In my last column on the Democratic Party's betrayal of the working class, I listed many top issues: the privately owned "Federal" Reserve, taxation, social security, immigration, the withholding scam and more. The same betrayal applies to the Republican controlled Congress. They have lied to the American people on every single one of those issues.
Chicago Voter Database Hacked
ABC News (IL)
by Jake Tapper and Rebecca Abrahams
As if there weren't enough concerns about the integrity of the vote, a non-partisan civic organization today claimed it had hacked into the voter database for the 1.35 million voters in the city of Chicago.
Bob Wilson, an official with the Illinois Ballot Integrity Project hacked the database, which contains detailed information about hundreds of thousands of Chicago voters, including their Social Security numbers, and dates of birth.
Liberals Block Voter ID
by Jon Christian Ryter
October 4, 2006
On September 19, 2005 the Commission on Federal Election Reform co-chaired by former President Jimmy Carter and former Bush-41 Secretary of State James A. Baker III laid out an 87-point program to eliminate vote fraud in the United States.
The program began with a simplistic, common sense approach-making sure the voter is who he or she says they are. Carter and Baker urged Congress to enact legislation that would require all voters to present a State-issued photo ID in order to vote in any federal election.
First Dirty Trick of the Year in Ohio's 2006 Election?
The Brad Blog
by Brad Friedman
October 3, 2006
Old, Out of Date Absentee Applications and Voter Registration Forms Found in Libraries Across Buckeye State!
Absentee Applications for 2000, Voter Registration Forms for 2004 Reportedly Found In Several Different Counties...
Proposition 86: Tax on Cigarettes
by California State Government
Should the state impose an additional tax of $2.60 per cigarette pack to fund new and expanded health services, health insurance for children, and expand tobacco use prevention programs?
Proposition 86 is really about hospitals using our Constitution and laws to pocket millions for themselves and HMOs through a $2.1 billion tax hike. Section 9 even gives hospitals an exemption to antitrust laws! It's another lottery mess-and no guarantees on how the money will be spent. No on 86.
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