Monthly Archive: July 2013

Senate Version of Voter ID Bill “Good” but . . .

On July 23, 2013, the North Carolina State Senate took a giant leap toward open and honest elections by salvaging the tragically flawed House Bill 589 (commonly called the “voter ID” bill). Their bold action comes very close to making North Carolina’s voter ID law a model for other states to follow. Far from being …

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‘Bogus-Address’ Voters Must Be Stopped

[Note: This story was published in the NC Free Press July 10, 2013] The Voter Integrity Project of NC has found lots of breathtaking loopholes in North Carolina’s election laws; but very few are as loopy as policies that enable people we call “bogus-addresses” (or BA) voters. They do this by voting from an address …

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On handling non-citizen voters . . .

[Note: This story was originally published in the NC Free Press, July 4, 2013] The Voter Integrity Project of NC and the entire nationwide election integrity movement is far bigger than the single issue of illegal immigration; but once in a while, non-citizen voting becomes a factor. For example, how should the public respond when …

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It’s time to laugh at the Marxist Monday crowd!

Sensing an end to this Astroturf movement, our trusted “news” media are now promoting “protest music” as a new feature to their Monday night follies (currently marketed as “Moral Mondays”). But as Warren Zevon almost said, “that train runs both ways!” Introducing Julia Blueprint, our gifted discovery who satirizes the “Moral Monday” crowd with a …

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