The Houston Obama for America Office has now been shut down after Project Veritas video releases voter fraud investigation. James O’Keefe, the citizen journalist best known for his investigation into the unsavory practices by ACORN employees, has been investigating voter registration fraud and the ability to cheat in American elections. He began by visiting registration [...]
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As if the first video James O’Keefe released today wasn’t damaging enough, the story of how I am registered to vote in two states (despite asking several times to be removed) provides irrefutable evidence that voter fraud isn’t just possible, it’s encouraged by President Obama’s campaign staff.
What the Occupy DC movement failed to accomplish last November, Americans for Prosperity did quite nicely on their own last Friday. You may recall last winter when the AFP held its “Defending the American Dream” summit in downtown DC, those rollicking, goodtime Occupiers tried to storm the convention center so they could harass attendees and [...]
This past weekend I had the privilege to attend a Citizen Watchdog training event in San Diego. The event was hosted by the Franklin Center for Government and Public Integrity. Integrity…now there’s a word that seems to have long ago lost it’s place in public politics. The Franklin Center seeks to bring integrity in politics back into [...]
James O’Keefe of ACORN and NPR-busting infamy released another video expose that shows how easy it is to obtain ballots to vote by assuming the identity of dead people. Rich Mitchell is the Sr. Managing Editor of Conservative Daily News. His posts may contain opinions that are his own and are not necessarily shared by [...]
James O’Keefe’s latest video – in which several election officials in New Hampshire handed out ballots for dead people – has a lot of people talking about the issue of requiring photo ID at polling places. But for me, it immediately brings up a different question. Why should it be illegal to videotape public officials? [...]
A few days ago I authored a post about the insanity of the Department of Justice and the NAACP as they prepared to bring suit against South Carolina in protest of recent voter i.d. laws enacted there. South Carolina officials feel requiring citizens to present identification at the polls would cut down on voter fraud. [...]
In class a couple weeks ago, we read the myth of Pandora to the students because they showed the holy grail of teaching (interest), in the subject. As it was being read I was struck by many questions. Since suffering existed even when it was imprisoned in Pandora’s box, did people feel it still? Was [...]