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NAACP worries that low November turnout could lead to voter ID expansion

NAACP worries that low November turnout could lead to voter ID expansion

Civil rights leaders at the NAACP annual convention in Las Vegas on Tuesday worried that dwindling African-American turnout in November could lead to the expansion of voter-identification laws that makes it harder for that community to vote in subsequent contests.

A Conversation with Dr. Ben Carson

A Conversation with Dr. Ben Carson

Dr. Carson discusses his new book, One Nation, and the steps the country needs to take to pull out of its tailspin.

President Obama should finally speak the truth to Central American parents

President Obama should finally speak the truth to Central American parents

The pandering is putting kids' lives in danger.

Pres. Obama “quietly” backing Sen. Warren over Hillary for 2016?

Pres. Obama “quietly” backing Sen. Warren over Hillary for 2016?

Has the backstabbing between the two already started? An intriguing report from the NY Post’s Edward Klein ( via ): President Obama has quietly promised Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren complete support if she runs for president — a stinging rebuke to his nemesis Hillary Clinton, sources tell me. Publicly, Obama has remained noncommittal on the 2016 race, but privately he worries that Clinton …

What about *your* gaffes, Hillary?

What about *your* gaffes, Hillary?

**Posted by Phineas Yes, my friends, it’s time once again for one of our favorite games, “If it had been a Republican…” Remember, how, back in the 2012 campaign, the press and the Democrat support groups (redundant, I know) hounded Republican nominee Mitt Romney over supposed misstatements and gaffes while on a foreign tour? I can recall one incident in particular, when Romney was in Poland and his campaign wanted to deal …

ObamaCare: Not a boon or bust for either party come midterms

ObamaCare: Not a boon or bust for either party come midterms

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Experts fear Hawaii’s new voter registration law heightens fraud risk

Experts fear Hawaii’s new voter registration law heightens fraud risk

Hawaii has the lowest voter turnout in the nation, with just 44 percent of eligible Hawaii voters taking part in the 2012 election.

Cochran’s Miss. win shows new angle to minority voting – Suicide eyed in Tea Party leader’s death

Cochran’s Miss. win shows new angle to minority voting – Suicide eyed in Tea Party leader’s death

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6.9 million registered to vote in two or more states

6.9 million registered to vote in two or more states

Before this slips into the abyss of news ignored by the establishment media – ? One of the things we’ve talked about persistently in the past is the integrity of the voting system. ? If there is no integrity, if people believe the vote is manipulated or doesn’t reflect the true will of the people, they’re likely to not participate and certainly won’t trust any results from such a system. We’ve talked about voter I.D. and how easy it is to get and how the left’s arguments amount to “much ado about nothing” when they try to claim it is an onerous requirement that disenfranchises the poor and minorities. …

AP declares Rangel in tight NY congressional race

AP declares Rangel in tight NY congressional race

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