The live coverage of Wednesday’s assault on American democracy underplayed its seriousness.
Granted, there are more than two. But from a political science/political history POV, these two stick out in my mind.
Wherein I detail evidence of fraud and take the Heritage Foundation’s database of fraud to task.
Although, as usual, he maintains his odious approach to it all.
Peaceful protests were once again followed by nighttime clashes.
They know Trump lost the election yet are aiding his outrageous assault on democracy.
The inevitable happened, as extremist organizations descended on DC.
In a sane world, Joe Biden’s election win would not have come as a surprise. Alas . . . .
McConnell and McCarthy both reject the notion of a delay.
How about crowd sourcing a timeline for all of Trump’s enablers?
After a decade of using the alleged problem of “voter fraud” to justify things like Voter ID Laws, Republicans are remarkably silent in the fact of an actual example of fraud and election tampering.
A North Carolina Congressional Election that was tainted by Absentee Ballot Fraud will be redone.
The Governor’s race in Florida is over, and the Senate race isn’t far behind.
A federal trial court has ruled the practice an unconstitutional infringement on suffrage.
Roy Moore continues to think that he is special.
Roy Moore isn’t giving up, but he can’t stop the inevitable.
More stupid, irresponsible rhetoric from the President of the United States.
Another day, another round of irresponsible demagoguery from Donald Trump.
Big losses for proponents of Voter ID laws in two swing states.
There is simply no evidence of the kind of in-person voter impersonation that Voter ID Laws were designed to prevent.
Thad Cochran has been officially certified as the winner of the Mississippi GOP Primary Runoff Election, but it’s not over yet.
Fareed Zakaria declares “America’s election process an international embarrassment.” He’s right.
Neither member of the Republican ticket seems to understand what really happened on Election Day.
Posting pictures of your ballot to Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram is a crime in some parts of America.
The Afghanistan War is officially eleven years old today.
The weird tale of Thad McCotter’s nominating petitions just got a heck of a lot weirder.
A victory for the proponents of Voter ID Laws in Pennsylvania.
Across the country, Republicans are pushing laws that will make voting harder.
Hamid Karazi says that the United States needs to reduce it’s military presence in his country. Perhaps we should listen to him.
Afghanistan’s parliamentary elections were marked by another round of allegations of widespread voter fraud, once again bringing to the forefront the question; what exactly are we trying to accomplish in Afghanistan ?