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Everyone Knows There is Illegal Voting

  Just as everyone knew where the bootleg whisky was in 1930. So President Trump speaks a big truth. Media naysayers are either as innocent …

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Trump, Hillary and dead voters: America is screwed!

The first presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton was held last night. Depending on whose camp you’re in, the performance of these equally reprehensible candidates helped your guy and hurt the other. As a devout #NeverTrump and #NeverHillary…

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Will the GOP go “Democrat” on the Republican Outsiders in the Primaries?

In the past I had put on my old Commie cap to imagine what the Democrats under Obama would do next. Today, it’s more complicated, …

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The Democrats’ propaganda machine

Donna Brazile is a skilled Democratic propagandist. This article is proof of that. Check this out: While a great deal of progress has been made over the years, today, we face new challenges to those who are eligible to vote, and some of the leading culprits of erecting barriers are running for president. It shouldn’t […]

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New Study Proves That Voter Fraud Is No Myth – And Not A Marginal Factor

There’s an interesting study out that shows that far from being a myth, voter fraud by non-citizens is a real factor, especially when it comes to close elections.In a forthcoming article in the journal Electoral Studies, we bring real data from big soc…

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Elections in America are being stolen!

When the Supreme Court decided recently that Texas could keep their voter ID laws in place for the November elections, the cries from the left of racism and disenfranchisement was, as you would expect, right on queue. After all, voter fraud simply isn’t a problem in America. Yeah, and I’ve got a bridge in Brooklyn to sell you. No sooner have these objections from the left been raised that we have been provided with several examples of the fraud and abuse that voter ID laws—along with calls to eliminate early voting and mail-in ballots—are needed if we are to preserve the integrity of elections in America. In Arizona, a civil-minded volunteer Hispanic political activist with the bipartisan radical left-wing group, Citizen’s for a Better Arizona was caught on camera doing his civic duty stuffing the ballot box at a local polling place in Maricopa County. Here’s the story from Townhall.com: In Colorado, mail-in ballots once were reserved, on request, for those absent on Election Day or too infirmed to reach the polls. Last year, Colorado Democrats to this concept to levels guaranteed to produce voter fraud. With zero Republican support—isn’t that how we got Obamacare?—Dems went with a 100% mail absentee ballot system. This has resulted in millions […]

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Ritchie in an expensive suit

Last night, I watched the Almanac Roundtable debate featuring the candidates for Secretary of State. The lasting impression I left with was straightforward. Steve Simon is Mark Ritchie in an expensive suit. He’s thoroughly indoctrinated in liberal ideology with regards to voting fraud. The other thing about him is that he apparently thinks voters are […]

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The GOP Has Just Picked Up Another Senate Seat


Republicans already have three for sure senate pickups in the mid terms in West Virginia, Montana, (Dem. John Walsh just dropped out over a plagiarism scandal) and South Dakota.

A federal court ruling today has likely added North Carolina to the list.


Eric Holder and the Obama Department of Justice have fought every attempt by the states to combat voter fraud tooth and nail. Last month, the Justice Department requested an injunction to prevent the state of North Carolina from implementing changes the North Carolina State legislature made to state election law,including strict voter ID laws to combat voter fraud and ensure more honest elections.

Today, a Federal district court refused to grant the injunction,which means that the new laws will remain in place through the midterms, and Democrat incumbent Nina Hagen, already trailing in the polls to Republican Thom Tillus has sustained a major blow to her re-election hopes.


The provisions are almost a checklist for honest elections. From the opinion:

Apart from the voter ID provisions, which were new, the bill largely purported to repeal, amend, or update existing law. Other amendments included:
(1) making it illegal to compensate persons collecting voter registrations based on the number of forms submitted (Part 14);
(2) reducing the number of signatures required to become a candidate in a party primary (Part 22);
(3) deleting obsolete provisions about the 2000 census (Part 27)
(4) changing the order of candidates appearing on the ballot (Part 31);
(5) eliminating straight-ticket voting (Part 32);
(6) moving the date of the North Carolina presidential primary earlier in the year (Part 35);
(7) eliminating taxpayer funding for appellate judicial elections (Part 38);
(8) allowing funeral homes to participate in canceling voter registrations of deceased persons (Part 39); and
(9) requiring provisional ballots to be marked as such for later identification (Part 52).
The bill also proposed mandating that several matters be referred for further study, including requiring the Joint Legislative Oversight Committee to examine whether to maintain the State’s current runoff system in party primaries. (Part 28.)

The court held that, although the court didn’t justify simply dismissing the DOJ lawsuit, the attorneys for the plaintiffs failed to show clearly the legal merits of their claims or that they would suffer irreparable harm before trial if an injunction wasn’t granted.

Tom Fitton of Judicial Watch, whose organization helped defend the law said,  “It is an embarrassing defeat for the Holder Justice Department. The court’s decision eviscerates Eric Holder’s politicized and racially inflammatory legal assault on commonsense election integrity measures. The court expressly rejected the Department of Justice’s contention that minorities are harmed by commonsense measures that help secure honest elections. The court’s dramatic rejection of Holder’s legal theory shows that that the DOJ’s lawsuit, which was coordinated with political activists at the White House, was always more about cynical political and racial appeals than upholding the law.”


The Wisconsin voter ID law, which was struck down by a partisan judge in Dane County is likewise proceeding through the justice system and the North Carolina decision makes it fairly likely the issue will proceed to the Supreme Court. It far too early to bring out the champagne yet, but we may yet see a time when Democrats are unable to prevail using illegal aliens, felons and the deceased to win elections.


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DFL voter fraud exposed

According to this article, the DFL, specifically Phyllis Kahn’s attorney, is admittig that voter fraud exists: And that same day, Kahn campaign attorney Brian Rice filed a petition with Hennepin County calling into question the voter registrations of about 140 people at a single address in the Minneapolis district. Hennepin County officials are preparing to […]

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‘Voter Fraud’s A Myth’ – 6.9 Million Duplicate Registrations In 28 States!


Democrats constantly fight any kind of voter ID laws or purging of state voter registration rolls of dead people, felons whi have lost their voting rights and people who no longer live in the area,  and there’s a very good reason why. Fraud is how they win.

The latest interstate voter cross check tallied 6,951,484 overlapping voter registrations, meaning people registered in more than one state. And the cross-check program only monitors 28 states and does not include the three most populous states in the Union,  California, Texas and Florida. So the real numbers could be almost double this figure.

Catherine Engelbrecht, president of the election-watch group True The Vote, one of the groups targeted in IRS-Gate calls our country’s voter rolls “a mess.”


“Sensible approaches to roll maintenance are fought tooth and nail by radical special interests who can use the duplicity in the system to their advantage,” she said.

“Increasingly lax standards in our election process produce increasingly unreliable results,” Engelbrecht asserted.

“The few conversations that are had about how to shore up these weaknesses are immediately seized on by certain politicians and special-interest groups as fuel to further divide American voters based on trumped-up race and class-based narratives,” she said.

Engelbrecht said the “vicious cycle” can be fixed “if citizens wake up, stand up and refuse to settle for a broken system.”


Illegal migration is another huge source of voter fraud, especially in border states like California with no voter ID laws whatsoever. Usually, this is done through absentee ballots with the names of deceased voters or ones who are no longer living in the area are supplied by ‘activists’ who get access to the rolls.Now that California is giving drivers’ licenses to illegal aliens and allowing the easily obtained (and forged) Mexican Matricula Consular card to be used as a valid ID to obtain one, voter fraud can be expected to increase dramatically.

Voter fraud has been used to disenfranchise American military on active duty, to ‘elect’ public officials to office and perhaps even to ‘pass’ some bond issues and initiatives while defeating others.We have no way of knowing exactly how many fraudulent votes were actually cast, because the Obama Department of Justice has consistently refused to investigate the matter or cooperate in any way…although they file suit at every attempt to pass a voter ID law or purge the voting rolls. That’s not a coincidence, since in almost all cases, the fraud is perpetrated to assist Democrat candidates and Democrat causes.

This shouldn’t even remotely be a partisan issue.I agree with Catherine Engelbrecht; it’s time we all stood up regardless of party, screamed bloody murder and demanded the repair of a broken system that perverts our democracy.


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Just A ‘Myth’ ? Massive Voter Fraud Discovered In North Carolina’s 2012 Election


Well, at least we know now how President Obama captured the Tarheel State:

The North Carolina State Board of Elections has found thousands of instances of voter fraud in the state, thanks to a 28-state crosscheck of voter rolls. Initial findings suggest widespread election fraud.

  • 765 voters with an exact match of first and last name, DOB and last four digits of SSN were registered in N.C. and another state and voted in N.C. and the other state in the 2012 general election.
  • 35,750 voters with the same first and last name and DOB were registered in N.C. and another state and voted in both states in the 2012 general election.
  • 155,692 voters with the same first and last name, DOB and last four digits of SSN were registered in N.C. and another state – and the latest date of registration or voter activity did not take place within N.C.

The Interstate Crosscheck examines 101 million voter records in more than two dozen participating states.

Remember, 22 states did not participate in the Interstate Crosscheck.We could be talking not just about ‘double voting’,but even triple or quadruple voting, especially in states with no voter ID laws and conveniently loose absentee balloting regulations.

Aside from the above figures, the crosscheck also found that more than 13,000 deceased voters remain on North Carolina’s rolls, and they were able to show that 81 of them ‘voted’ after they died.

Now you also know why Obama’s Attorney General Eric Holder has consistent filed suit using your tax dollars to prevent states from purging their roles.

Does anyone even want to bother betting that at least 90% of the fraudulent votes discovered in North Carolina went Democrat, for President Obama?


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Conservative Comedy 3/28/14

It’s time for some Conservative Comedy at the Strident Conservative. As I do every Friday, I bring you some of the best Conservative political satire on the internet, sure to provide a good laugh to begin your weekend. American taxpayers are the wind beneath Michelle Obama’s wings, this time flying her to China, along with every female member of her immediate family . . . except Barack. Theoretically, this is a Spring Break trip for the Obama girls to allow them to learn about China. They are also learning about dignity, humility, and respect for other cultures. So far, it sounds like all that they have learned is: hotel rooms in China cost $8000 a night, working class chumps back home will be picking up the tab, and their grandmother loves making the hotel staff in Beijing miserable with her endless demands. While in China, the First Lady is giving speeches which encourage China to allow unfettered Internet access (presumably so that the Chinese people can be added to her husband’s fundraising email lists) and the free flow of information. But, as the Conservative Comic at Hope n’ Change points out, there’s no way to know exactly what’s happening because American reporters were banned from the trip to prevent information […]

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Obama Activist Convicted Of Multiple Voter Fraud Gets Early Release From Prison


You may remember our friend Mellowese Richardson, formerly of ACORN,, who in 2012 was an Obama activist and poll worker in Ohio. She was convicted of four counts of multiple voter fraud in a plea bargain in exchange for dropping multiple other felony voter fraud charges. A long time resident and a poll worker in Cincinnati’s Madisonville neighborhood since 1998, she used information she had privy to as a poll worker to submit phony absentee ballots and ‘vote’ numerous times through the years, including voting three times for a relative who has been in a coma since 2003.She was finally busted after the 2012 election, when county Board of Elections workers “noticed a bunch of absentee ballots coming from the same place with the same handwriting.

There’s literally no way to know how many times she illegally voted or who else might have been in on it with her..which, of course is why Democrats fight voter ID laws and any attempt to purge the rolls of dead people, non-residents and felons like crazed hyenas.

Ms. Richardson didn’t help her trial any with a fairly nasty attitude, spouting off that she was going to “fight for Mr. Obama and for Mr. Obama’s right to sit as president of the United States” and the usual accusations of you-know-what.

She got five years.

But today, after only a few months in jail, she’s back on the streets, with the balance of her sentence changed to probation. Because she gave her attorney permission to release her medial records showing she suffers from -wait for it- bi-polar disorder!

Which leads to a couple of other questions. How long ago was she diagnosed? If she had this disorder all along, why wasn’t it brought up at the original trial? If this was an ongoing problem, did she disclose it when she became a poll worker? Or was she diagnosed recently and did someone help her go shrink shopping to make sure she got the ‘right’ diagnosis she needed to her get out of jail free card?

And by the way, as a convicted felon, were her voting rights restored? I wouldn’t be at all surprised.

Aside from any grace and favor she might have gotten from the president and/or the Justice Department, one reason she was probably kicked loose so easily is because of the overcrowding in prisons and the need for accommodations for new ‘guests.’

But I have a feeling that if she was a Tea Party activist jailed under the exact same circumstances, space would have somehow been found to keep her locked up.

Just sayin’.


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James O’Keefe Ambushes Republican Congressman over Racist Bill

If you don’t think it’s time to start paying attention to the Republicans we have in office, and start removing ones that are determined to continue the cycle of increasing Federal power over the states, then maybe you need to watch this. The legislation that Congressman Jim Sensenbrenner of Wisconsin wants passed will put the […]

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James O’Keefe, TX Republicans Ask If Battleground Texas Is Breaking Election Laws

James O’Keefe from Project Veritas and the Bexar County GOP are asking if Battleground Texas is breaking election laws. O’Keefe posted last week video of Battleground Texas Field Organizer Jenn Longoria apparently asking volunteers to keep personal information of folks they sign up for voter registration. That video is getting play in the San Antonio-area […]

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Will Democrats Lose The Senate? What The Analysts Forget To Figure In


Sean Trende is the senior elections analyst for the popular site RealClearPolitics, and a fairly smart guy when it comes to forecasting and analyzing elections and things political.

He has an interesting piece up that caught my eye today entitled,How Likely Are Democrats to Lose the Senate?

In it, he goes through a meticulous mathematical analysis based generating a large number of random values within prescribed limits in order to the likelihood of a Democrats losing the senate, and it really is an impressive piece of figuring,based on models used by Nate Silver at FiveThirtyEight,another gifted analyst.

His end conclusion? :

With all of that said, this is a very, very challenging map for Democrats. As things presently stand, the map probably makes them underdogs to hold the Senate. Barring some sort of change in the national environment or meltdown in the Republican nominations process — neither of which is impossible — Democrats are likely in for a very long night on Nov. 4.

However, there is another factor that he and most other political analysts ignore that makes this kind of speculation pretty moot. He doesn’t mention that In two straight elections, (2010 and 2012) President Obama was able to get away with massive voter fraud,which included using the Justice Department to suppress the active duty military vote. Here are a few factoids from 2012 alone to ponder:

*In 59 voting districts in the Philadelphia region, Obama received 100% of the votes with not even a single vote recorded for Romney. That’s a mathematical and statistical impossibility.

Barack Obama defeated Mitt Romney by 166,214 votes in Ohio in 2012, out of 5,489,028 votes cast. So Obama’s victory margin was just 3 percent, 50 to 47 over Romney. In Ohio, an estimated 1 in 5 ‘voters’ shouldn’t be on the rolls at all, because they’re deceased, felons or have multiple registered in other states (an estimated 1.8 million dead people and nearly 3 million who have registered to vote in multiple states). When Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted sought permission from U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder to clean up the rolls in a Feb. 10th letter, Holder never even bothered to reply after multiple attempts.

Not surprisingly, voter fraud in Ohio is already known to have occurred in 2008 and 2012, and at least 3 Cincinnati poll workers have already been convicted of voter fraud in the 2012 elections.

In North Carolina, the Obama Campaign was directly implicated in major voter fraud.

Similar story in Philadelphia, where again President Obama got a suspiciously high turnout and vote tally in many locations.

It’s also a matter of record that President Obama won in every state that did not require a Photo ID to vote and lost in all but four state that did, and three of them (Michigan, New Hampshire, and Hawaii) were fairly Blue states anyway, and in the other, Florida, there were also reports of voter fraud that are difficult to assess because the Justice Department refused to investigate a single case of voter fraud nation wide. The DOJ is now attacking the voter ID laws in at least 4 Red states I can think of offhand,including Texas.

And if you think voter fraud doesn’t affect senate elections, ask Senator Franken.

While President Obama is not running in 2014, it’s a reasonable assumption that he will intervene again to the degree possible to ensure the continuation of his agenda and to fend off the very real threat of impeachment.

Also, it’s worth noting that Washington, California, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, Illinois, Maryland,, DC, Connecticut, ,Vermont and Puerto Rico have all passed laws allowing illegal aliens driver’s licenses, which means they also automatically get voter registration documents. Such laws are pending in Hawaii, Pennsylvania, Iowa, Indiana, Massachusetts, New York and New Jersey. Voter fraud in California and in Colorado involving illegal aliens and absentee ballots is already a documented fact.

In some of these states, especially places like California where there is also no voter ID requirement and the existing Democrat state government winks at voter fraud that favors Democrats, you are unlikely to see a Republican senator elected.

Does this mean that the Democrats will hold on to the Senate? Not necessarily. But it certainly means that any analysis that doesn’t figure democrat voter fraud in is inherently flawed, unfortunately.


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No Such Thing As Voter Fraud? Guess Again

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Texas: SCOTUS Voting Rights Decision Clears The Way For Implementing Voter ID Law


As you might know, the Supreme Court recently struck down  Section 4 of the Voting Rights Act that dated from 1965, almost half a century ago. The section that they removed dealt with the necessity of sovereign states in the South  needing to seek federal approval before making any changes to their voting laws.

Aside from being unconstitutional, these provision were antiquated a long time ago. But they were still used as a political tool by the Democrats until now, a massive irony considering who actually was the party of Jim Crow.

One thing the new decision did was to allow Texas to implement a law requiring voter IDs that the state legislature passed overwhelmingly in 2011/. The law was identical to one implemented in Indiana, but Texas was prevented from implementing their law by President Obama’s justice department. So the courts did their work and that obstacle to equality under th elaw has now been removed.

Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott had this to say:

“This is a huge win for the Constitution and for equality in this country,” Abbott said. “Before today, different states were treated differently under the Constitution. The Voting Rights Act is the only law that was used to impose disparate or different kind of treatment. Specifically, Texas was called out and treated differently than other states.”

Abbott noted that Indiana approved a voter ID law a few years ago and had that law upheld by the Supreme Court. But when Texas passed a nearly identical law in 2011, the Obama administration used the Voting Rights Act to block it.

“That just showed that they were using the Voting Rights Act law to treat Texas different from Indiana, and that was part of the backdrop behind today’s decision,” Abbott said. The court ruled today that that law was being used “unfairly, illegally, inappropriately, therefore it was unconstitutional,” Abbott said.

Now that this tool for voter fraud has been rendered inoperable, we may see far different results in Texas elections. Unfortunately too late fop rth e2012 elections, but still welcome.


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Ritchie won’t seek re-election

Minnesotans haven’t seen this many political surprise ever. First, Michele Bachmann announced she isn’t running for re-election. Within days, Jim Graves, her announced opponent, announced he isn’t running. Yesterday, Mark Ritchie announced that he isn’t seeking re-election: Minnesota Secretary of State Mark Ritchie announced Tuesday that he will not seek re-election to a third term […] . . . → Read More: Ritchie won’t seek re-election . . . → Read More: Ritchie won’t seek re-election