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Virginia Lawmakers Vote to Defund Planned Parenthood

Cortney O’Brien, With the new revelation that some Planned Parenthood clinics apparently require its employees to act as “abortion salesmen,” this news out of Virginia is all too welcome. As expected, pro-abortion advocates are excoriating the legislators for voting against women’s “reproductive freedom.” NARAL was happy, though, to see HB 2267 proceed, a bill to ensure insurance coverage for

Election Integrity Can’t Wait

Ken Blackwell, For years, Republicans have pushed to improve election integrity. Democrats, aided by the courts, have fiercely resisted efforts to ensure honest elections. But there’s no good argument against making sure that everyone who casts a ballot is eligible to do so, and that they cast only one per election. After all, illegal voting

Democrats Target Integrity of Virginia Elections

Edmund Kozak, McAuliffe, Northam endorse driver’s licenses for illegals, repeal of photo ID at polls. Virginia Lt. Governor Ralph Northam endorsed giving driver’s licenses to illegal aliens on Thursday in the swing state that has been a hotbed of election integrity controversies. Northam, considered the front-runner for the Democratic nomination to replace Gov. Terry McAuliffe, made his

About that popular vote victory the Left is claiming over Donald Trump

Diana West, Hillary Clinton Won the Illegal Vote!  The latest tallies show that after millions of Americans citizens, fraudsters and non-citizens voted for president, Donald Trump won less popular votes than Hillary Clinton. But is this margin of popular victory the will of legally registered American voters?  In 2014, three political scientists from Old Dominion University and

Liberals Use Flawed Logic to Dismiss Voter Fraud

Brendan Kirby, Jaywalking analogy busts myth voter fraud doesn’t exist just because documented incidents are rare. The Philadelphia Police Department last year wrote a grand total of 10 jaywalking tickets. By the logic of the Left, that means that illegal street-crossings are so vanishingly rare in the City of Brotherly Love that they are practically