Millions of Corrupted Voters: Will It Matter In 2016, And Is Anyone Doing Anything About It? Long Island Lawyers Chapter Start : Thursday, February 25, 2016 06:00 PM End : Thursday, February 25, 2016 08:00 PM The Davenport Press Restaurant 70 Main Street Mineola, NY 1501 Registration info (Free to members) here.
I will be speaking in Memphis on February 23 on the sometimes lawless and always political Department of Justice under Eric Holder and Loretta Lynch. The event is at the Madison Hotel at 11:30 a.m. It is sponsored by the Memphis lawyers chapter of the Federalist Society. Lawyers can obtain an hour of CLE credit […]
PDN link here. The rights of those who live in the states can differ from the rights held by residents in the territories. That’s one argument Guam’s attorney general’s office is making in a case challenging the island’s long-awaited political status vote. Guam resident Arnold Davis in 2011 challenged the island’s pending plebiscite after […]
This is a big deal and comes about from the work of the Voter Integrity Project in North Carolina. “The first felon convicted under the VIP’s “FLANC” project, Pasco Parker, yesterday, received the maximum sentence from a “disgusted” Judge Robert Martelle, after Parker admitted to voting in three states during the same November 2012 federal election.” Parker voted in […]
Sid Salter in the Clarion Ledger: Noxubee County election officials are the target of a federal lawsuit claiming that the county’s failure to purge its voter rolls has inflated the number of registered voters to over 1,000 more people than the county’s actual voting-age population. The Public Interest Legal Foundation, led by former Justice Department […]
Richmond Times Dispatch op ed: “The public policy ramifications of allowing this challenge to continue are staggering. Under these plaintiffs’ theory, any cost or burden of voting — no matter how small — is too much. How about the cost of transportation to get to the polling place? Or the cost of waking up early […]
PJ Media: “If a Republican wins the Presidency, he or she would be well advised to listen to General Mukasey and implement fundamental changes to the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division, particularly the Voting Section. Step One may well be remedial training on what the Rule of Law means. “