Texas Voter ID Gets the Democrat News Treatment

CBS served up a tear jerker story about an 86-year-old black veteran, Floyd Carrier, who could no longer vote because his military ID does not include a photo. The immediate reason is the Texas voter ID law of 2011 that requires a photo identification card to vote. The larger problem is that times have changed […]

Tom Tancredo Notes Existence of Voter Fraud

There is general alarm today from the mainstream press about the topic of voter fraud. The left media (which is to say most of it) doesn’t want voters to think the system is “rigged” as Donald Trump has charged, nor does the press want to be recognized for its supporting role of perpetrating fraud and […]

Kobach Wins Reelection, Despite Bashing from Open-Borders Extremists

With the epic battle for the Senate taking up media space, one might have missed a less publicized victory for the position of Kansas Secretary of State even though liberals brandished their long knives against the incumbent Republican, Kris Kobach (pictured).

The present Secretary is no ordinary political suit; he is a one-man brain room for […]

Senator Rand Paul Says GOP Should Forget about Voter ID

As we look ahead to the 2016 Presidential election, the Stupid Party is showing its stuff. Today’s example is Republican Senator Rand Paul, noted here previously for promoting mass legalization for unlawful aliens and making America bilingual Spanish.

Now Paul says preventing election fraud by insisting on voter identification is a bad idea. It seems he […]

Fox News Poll: 70 Percent Favor Photo IDs for Voters

Evidence continues to accumulate that a large majority of American voters believe picture identification at the polling place is a proper and reasonable requirement.

Earlier this week, the Rasmussen pollsters found that 73 percent of voters said requiring photo ID in elections is not discriminatory.

Interestingly, a look at the poll’s wording and breakdown of results shows […]

Rasmussen Poll: 73 Percent of Voters Say Requiring Photo ID in Elections Is Not Discriminatory

To the outside eye, the Obama administration does not seem adequately concerned about the potential for voter fraud in today’s elections, where some states do not require photo identification to cast a ballot, an activity which is at the heart of our representative government.

The trend has been for more states to enact photo ID laws […]