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How Voter ID Laws Suppress Registration Drives and Block Democratic Votes

by | Feb 15, 2012 | Uncategorized

The movement to save electoral democracy by requiring states to enact voter-identification laws began with a whimper. In 2005, Mark “Thor” Hearne, a lawyer who had worked for the Bush-Cheney political campaign, founded the American Center for Voting Rights.

The center produced one 72-page report: “Vote Fraud, Intimidation, & Suppression in the 2004 Presidential Election,” which was submitted to a House committee chaired by Ohio Congressman Bob Ney (who would later do time for his role in the Jack Abramoff scandal).

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by | Jan 13, 2012 | Uncategorized

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General David Petraeus Said: “Tell Me How This Ends.” Now We Have an Answer.

by Nick Turse | Jan 1, 2012 | Foreign Policy, Politics, Uncategorized

  More than 65 years after World War II, U.S. military bases still dot Germany (194 of them) and Japan (108). Almost 60 years after the guns fell silent there, U.S. armed forces are still stationed on the Korean peninsula (at 82 sites). Just a few years ago, there were 505 American bases scattered all […]

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by | Dec 19, 2011 | Uncategorized

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by | Dec 2, 2011 | Uncategorized

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