New Orleans Explain to me how in a rational world hunting licenses in Texas can be an acceptable form of voter identification, but a student ID from the University of Texas cannot be? Stumped aren’t you? How exactly does North Carolina cutting back on early voting by one week ensure the sanctity of the ballot [...]
New Orleans On a radio interview I conducted on Friday discussing the impact of the DOMA and Prop 8 decisions, the young man poignantly spoke about the isolation of young homosexuals in rural areas, compared to the relative freedom in the cities, even conservative cities. I then noticed a map in the Wall Street Journal [...]
Little Rock A scandal has broken out in New York State recently. A Democratic state legislator was caught trying to buy his way onto a minor party ballot line to run for Mayor in New York City. The fact the minor party in the big city is Republican is just a sidebar snicker to the [...]
Little Rock Nationally President Obama announced the formation of a panel that would convene for 6-months to look at the voting system in the United States in order to see if lines could be shorted and voting could be made less burdensome. Meanwhile back at the ranch, a simple majority is enough to overturn a governor’s [...]
New Orleans In trying to suppress citizen rights to vote the use of provisional ballots are a sop thrown to the disappointed voter largely to pretend that their votes will count. This fiction is starting to fall on hard times.
In the elections being reported in Kenya’s national elections where millions waited in mile-long lines for [...]