U.S. District Judge Robert Jones said the state's decades-old ballot alternative of "none of the above" was unconstitutional because votes for "none" don't count in the final tallies that determine winners. A federal lawsuit filed in June and bankrolled by the Republican National Committee argued Nevada's unique voter option, which has appeared on every election ballot for statewide races since 1976, disenfranchises voters because it's a perpetual loser. Under state law, even if "none" receives the most votes, it doesn't win.Read more »
As a Ron Paul supporter I've been in a strange emotional place for several weeks now. I've finally determined that it probably is a case of "denial" fighting with cold, hard reality. Robert Anderson managed to into words what I and probably most other Ron Paul supporters have been feeling, but have been unable to articulate....Read more »
As analysis emerges and lawsuits on behalf of the Paul campaign are filed, it is becoming evident that Ron Paul was deprived of many strong showings and likely victories during the primary season, including in New Hampshire, Iowa, and South Carolina. Videos taken by Paulers at state conventions have captured anecdotal evidence of dirty dealing by GOP Romney operatives, such as in Maine. Now mathematicians have shown the existence of systematic and carefully targeted vote counting fraud.Read more »
The Justice Department has ordered Florida, a likely key swing state in the 2012 election, to end a controversial voter purge that has primarily targeted Latino, Democratic and independent-minded voters. The Justice Department says the process had not been cleared under the Voting Rights Act. Some Democratic politicians have expressed fear the purge could help Mitt Romney win the state in November. "What we’ve seen in Florida is an effort on a massive scale by Governor [Rick] Scott to suppress the vote, to make it more difficult for people to vote," says Rep. Ted Deutch (D-FL).Read more »
GRAND RAPIDS -- School district leaders today conceded that a man who walked into Aberdeen Elementary to vote on Tuesday -- with an openly visible handgun holstered to his waist -- did not violate the law.Read more »
Great Article, Though I highly doubt we can get the entire nation not to vote. The idea is excellent... Oh Still Vote for Ron Paul.. then move to New Hampshire. =)
Refusing to fly again until TSA Submission Training is done away with – and not buying cars equipped with Big Brother technology – that’s a good start on the path back to liberty. But if we really want to pick up the pace – and get back to what this country once was, a very long time ago, there’s a play we could make about a year from now that would fundamentally change everything:
Don’t play their game.
Don’t vote.Read more »
How low will some Republicans go? Now they're even trying to keep soldiers overseas from voting in Colorado.Read more »
Complaints without at least suggestions for solutions are a dime a dozen. The cartel of international bankers, weapons manufacturers, politicians, government "security" agencies and warmongering thieves is huge and imposing...how can individual citizens effect any kind of change or improvement? By voting?Read more »
A medical marijuana shop's offer of free pot in exchange for registering to vote appears to have gone up in smoke. Your Healthy Choice Clinic of Lansing, Mich., had been offering a half gram on its website ahead of a vote for city council seats and after the council approved capping the number of medical marijuana dispensaries within city limits and setting a $1,000 application fee.Read more »
If it is true that voting is a means to an end, then voting is subject to the same moral rules as counter-economics or civil disobedience or any other means. Therefore, if other forms of activism are moral if and only if they eschew aggression, and voting as a form of activism is necessarily aggressive, it follows that voting must be an immoral form of activism.Read more »
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