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Surprisingly, Republicans and Conservatives Shouldn’t Fear a National Popular Vote

Rachel Alexander, Republicans are hesitant to switch from our winner-take-all state laws allocating electors to the electoral college to using the National Popular Vote. The National Popular Vote Plan would award all of a state’s electors to the candidate who wins the most popular votes in all 50 states. There is a fear that such

Voters saying they’re Confident About Politics has tripled from 11 to 33 percent

When the nation is divided on seemingly every issue, it’s no surprise many voters feel the jitters.  Sixty percent say they’re nervous about American politics today. And that’s after the election helped settle some anxieties: last March, 82 percent felt nervous.  On the flip side, the number saying they’re confident has tripled:  33 percent, compared

Happy With a “Do Something” President; Grassroots Won’t Stand For a “Do Nothing” Congress

Mark Meckler, It’s a great time to be alive, isn’t it? ?So far, 2017 is living up to its promise to be an unpredictable, exciting year in politics… ?but not if you listen to the main stream media. ?The hand-wringing reporters are doing their best to undermine the trust our citizens have in our newly elected President,

Sessions DOJ Yanks Obama Claim in Voter ID Case

Brendan Kirby, Justice Department dials back Holder-era suit, says court should let Texas amend law. Signaling a major change from the previous administration, the Justice Department on Monday announced that it was abandoning a key claim in a voter identification lawsuit against Texas. The Justice Department under then-Attorney General Eric Holder had accused the state

Up to 2 million non-citizens illegally registered to vote in the US

MAKADA DUNCANSON | The American Mirror, Reinforcing claims by President Donald Trump that millions of illegal votes were cast in the 2016 election. A survey of Hispanics in the U.S. revealed as many as two million non-citizens are illegally registered to vote, reinforcing claims by President Donald Trump that millions of illegal votes were cast

Hundreds of Texans may have voted improperly

Officials in Texas acknowledge that hundreds of people were able to bypass voter ID laws and improperly cast ballots in the presidential election. Voters were able to sign a sworn statement instead of showing ID. The chief election officers in two of Texas’ largest counties are considering whether to refer cases to prosecutors for possible

Do 62 Million Lives Matter?

Wayne Allyn Root, Don’t look now, but it’s time for “The 62 million.” It’s Donald Trump and his 62 million voters against the world. Everyone is against us.  It’s clear that no one wants to risk offending “Black Lives Matter.” We can all clearly see that companies and retailers bend over backwards not to offend Democrats,

The Truth About Voter ID

Jerome R. Corsi | Infowars, Florida 2012: How Dems used systematic voting fraud to cost Romney the election. In 2012, when I had press credentials to join the “traveling press” on then-GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s campaign airplane, I had a chance to observe Democratic Party voter fraud up close. In the book I wrote

Poll Taken AFTER Mass Protests Shows Americans Support Trump Travel Ban

Paul Joseph Watson | Infowars, 49-41% back the policy despite wall to wall media condemnation. A Reuters/Ipsos poll conducted after last weekend’s mass protests against Donald Trump’s travel ban on individuals from terror-linked countries shows that a majority of Americans support the policy by a margin of 49-41%. “The Jan. 30-31 poll found that 49