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  • Obama High-Fives IRS with $92 Million in Bonuses

    05/20/2013 7:06:38 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 29 replies
    Townhall ^ | 05/20/2013 | Morgan Brittany
    The IRS scandal is becoming more insane by the minute.  After the testimony on Friday from the Inspector General and the now “retiring” acting IRS Commissioner, Steven Miller, things couldn’t be more convoluted.  First of all, Obama came out and said that Treasury Secretary Jack Lew had “demanded the resignation” of Miller, when in fact, Miller was due to leave his post by June of this year.  So there was no “resigning” going on, and he will leave with all of his benefits intact.  Wow!  No accountability, no answers, no penalties. Next we find out that during the four year...
  • Obama Amnesty Begins: Halts Deportations for 300,000 Illegal Aliens; Offers Work Permits

    08/18/2011 3:42:59 PM PDT · by LUV W · 357 replies · 1+ views
    Stand With Arizona ^ | August 18, 2011 | John Hill--Stand With Arizona
    The Obama Administration today announced a virtual amnesty-by-decree for hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens, whose deportations will be indefinitely delayed. In addition, Obama finally announced a jobs program but for ILLEGAL ALIENS, not citizens as those 300,000 illegals will also become eligible for work permits. This action represents an administrative end-run around Congress, which twice rejected the DREAM Act in 2010. As disgraceful as is this usurpation of Congressional authority, this announcement is even worse than is being reported.
  • LIVE THREAD(Testimony at USCCR on Black Panther voter intimidation - C-span 1; 10AM EDT

    09/24/2010 7:06:46 AM PDT · by ken5050 · 246 replies
    one man's opinion...
    Should be good..The witness is a hero..God bless him..
  • Senate recount: Franken, Coleman court resolution (Reid Seek to Seat Franken)

    01/21/2009 10:00:52 PM PST · by Red Steel · 12 replies · 692+ views
    Star Tribune ^ | January 21, 2009 | KEVIN DIAZ and PAT DOYLE
    While lawyers argued a motion to dismiss Coleman's suit for more vote counting, he and Franken were in Washington making their cases there. Minnesota's U.S. Senate battle played out on two fronts Wednesday, as Norm Coleman and Al Franken met separately with national party leaders in Washington while their lawyers squared off in a St. Paul courtroom. "Reports of my defeat are greatly exaggerated," Coleman said in an interview after a luncheon meeting with Republican senators. "Franken's lead is artificial. Any attempt to shut off this process is not going to succeed." Franken, in a joint appearance with Senate Majority...
  • Bernie Buescher (D) is Colorados next secretary of state

    12/19/2008 5:33:15 PM PST · by Impy · 9 replies · 408+ views
    The Colorado Independent ^ | 12-19-08 | Cara Degette
    Gov. Bill Ritter has picked state Rep. Bernie Buescher as Colorados next secretary of state. Thank you for the confidence, Buescher told the governor. I will work hard and try to do a good job. Ritter announced his pick at a news conference in his office this morning. The position came open when Mike Coffman was elected to congress. In all, 20 people applied; that number was whittled to three finalists, including Buescher, as well as outgoing House Speaker Andrew Romanoff and Senate Majority Leader Ken Gordon. During the news conference, Ritter thanked all for applying, and said Buescher is...
  • Stivers' supporters sue Brunner over provisional ballots (US House Ohio 15; Brunner at it again!)

    11/13/2008 3:18:39 PM PST · by buccaneer81 · 14 replies · 598+ views
    The Columbus Dispatch ^ | November 13, 2008 | Mark Niquette
    Stivers' supporters sue Brunner over provisional ballots Thursday, November 13, 2008 5:03 PM By Mark Niquette THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH A new lawsuit has been filed against Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner arguing that she is telling the Franklin County Board of Elections to count provisional ballots that state law says should be rejected. The case, filed in the Ohio Supreme Court, could affect the 15th Congressional District race and two Ohio House contests where the number of uncounted provisional ballots is higher than the unofficial vote margin separating the candidates. The lawsuit was filed by two Franklin County voters on...
  • Ohio's Election Being Stolen---Video Evidence (VANITY)

    10/03/2008 5:24:36 PM PDT · by buccaneer81 · 71 replies · 2,857+ views
    The Palestra ^ | October 2, 2008 | Tiffany Wilson
    Watch our Republic being destroyed and weep.Election Theft In Action
  • The question remains: Who verifies who's qualified to vote?

    06/28/2008 1:26:04 PM PDT · by chicagolady · 9 replies · 210+ views
    Illinois Review ^ | Saturday, June 28, 2008 | Fran Eaton
    When Chicago GOP's Tom Swiss alerted IR to the possibility that Cook County was sending voter registrars to a huge immigration rally this weekend, it reminded us of the serious allegations we ran across in 2006. In August of 2006, we first realized the heated nature of registering illegal aliens to vote while working on a registration drive among churches in the 6th CD. When IR questioned a report in the Chicago Tribune about Congressman Luis Gutierrez (D-4th CD) encouraging illegals to register to vote, a blog controversy erupted as Illinois Coalition of Immigrant and Refugee Rights blasted us for...
  • St. Louis:The Democrats' Paradise

    11/06/2006 6:48:29 AM PST · by .cnI redruM · 34 replies · 1,131+ views
    The American Thinker ^ | November 6th, 2006 | Timothy Birdnow
    St. Louis has been much in the spotlight of late with the World Series victory of the Cardinals turning attention to the Gateway City. Unfortunately the City has also gotten some less flattering attention; it has been declared the most dangerous place in America, and a massive voter registration fraud has been uncovered. St. Louis has been controlled by Democrats for decades, and is a model of the success of liberal Democratic policies. They have worked well to keep the City under the control of the Democrats, and make it a rich source of votes for close statewide races in...
  • Law suit seeks to toss out Bilbray election

    07/31/2006 2:41:58 PM PDT · by South40 · 26 replies · 810+ views
    The San Diego Union-Tribune ^ | July 31, 2006 | Philip J. LaVelle & Karen Kucher
    SAN DIEGO A lawsuit filed Monday asks a Superior Court judge to toss out the results of the June 6 special election in which Republican Brian Bilbray defeated Democrat Francine Busby to finish the remaining term of disgraced former Rep. Randy Duke Cunningham. The lawsuit, which was filed by attorney Paul Lehto of Everett, Wash., also asks for a recount of all ballots cast in the election for the 50th Congressional District seat. Lehto claims there is no way to ensure that the voting machines used by county elections officials were not tampered with, something that Registrar of Voters...
  • Voter study raises brows

    07/24/2005 9:35:03 PM PDT · by alancarp · 9 replies · 462+ views
    Winston-Salem Journal ^ | July 24, 2005 | David Ingram
    RALEIGH - Six states allowed people to register to vote right up through Election Day last year, and those states had 74 percent of eligible people turn out to vote. In the 44 other states, only 60 percent of eligible people voted, according to data from the U.S. Elections Project at George Mason University. That difference widened some eyes last week at the General Assembly, where legislators are considering a bill that would let people register up to three days before an election. Current state law requires that people sign up 25 days before Election Day, but the bill would...
  • Fraud And Intimidation (National RNC Email on Election Theft By Gregoire)

    05/19/2005 1:13:56 AM PDT · by RWR8189 · 7 replies · 860+ views
    RNC Email | May 19, 2005
    More and more reports are emerging of the extent to which Democrats were willing to go to try to influence the 2004 election. Well, their tactics worked in Washington State. Our Republican candidate for Governor, Dino Rossi, actually won the election. Then he won the recount. Then Democrat-controlled King County "found" 566 new votes just in time for the second recount, enough to overturn the results of Election Day and the first recount. The new result? Dino Rossi "lost" by 129 votes. But consider the following facts in Washington state; 943 felons illegally voted 49 dead people voted 3 people...
  • California Supreme Court rejects appeal in San Diego mayoral race

    01/12/2005 10:40:24 PM PST · by SmithL · 2 replies · 318+ views
    AP ^ | 1/12/5
    SAN DIEGO -- The state Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to consider whether the city of San Diego violated its charter by allowing a write-in candidate to run for mayor, ending one of several lawsuits challenging the November election. The lawsuit, filed by an attorney who supported third-place finisher Ron Roberts, had sought to nullify the election and force a runoff between Roberts and Mayor Dick Murphy, who won the election and began a second term Dec. 8. Thomas McKinney, a lawyer who works in the office of Roberts supporter John Howard, argued that San Diego should have rejected Councilwoman...
  • LIVE THREAD -- WA blogger Stephen Sharkansky

    01/03/2005 8:21:56 PM PST · by The Spirit Of Allegiance · 25 replies · 1,201+ views
    KPAM 860 AM Portland ^ | LIVE NOW Jan 3 8:15 pm PST | Live talk show posted by Blurblogger
    Stephen is being interviewed LIVE about the HUGE scandal, discussing the fraud, scandal and the likelihood of revote, etc.... God Bless Sharkansky and may judgment soon fall on the DemoRATS
  • Help toss out this election (From Sound Politics/ WASHINGTON STATE)

    01/03/2005 3:52:56 PM PST · by The Spirit Of Allegiance · 7 replies · 866+ views ^ | January 03, 2005 | Stefan Sharkansky
    Help toss out this election Many readers have asked how they can help mine the county voter databases for indications of illegal voting and other irregularities. The short answer is: Yes, please! The longer answer is: Here is what you have to do to get started 1. Obtain your own copy of the voter list for your favorite county. The county auditors/election officials are required by law to make this information available to the public. This is public information, and the cost is relatively modest, but I'm not going to release my own copy for two reasons: (1) there are...
  • SCOWASH Allows Newly Uncovered Ballots

    12/22/2004 1:33:05 PM PST · by fidelio · 44 replies · 1,932+ views
    Associated Press Wire | 22 Dec 04 | AP
    BC-APNewsAlert,0036 OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) - Washington state's Supreme Court has ruled that hundreds of belatedly discovered ballots should be counted in the extremely close governor's race. (Copyright 2004 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.) AP-NY-12-22-04 1630EST
  • Logan issues statement on (King County, WA) canvassing board decision (WA Governor's race)

    12/15/2004 10:56:57 PM PST · by Robert357 · 6 replies · 346+ views
    King County Website ^ | December 15, 2004 | Dean Logan
    I am heartened we have an opportunity to right a wrong, said Dean Logan, director of Records, Elections and Licensing Services. Clearly an administrative error was made in how these ballots were previously handled and presented to the canvassing board and we have the clear authority under state law to review these ballots. In its ruling, the three-person County Canvassing Board instructed election staff to verify the signatures of 573 previously uncounted ballots. Once signatures have been verified, staff will remove the ballots from their security envelopes for the canvassing board to make a final decision on whether the ballots...
  • Ballots Wrongly Denied in Wash. Gov. Race [Dem Gregoire pulling ahead on 561 King Co. absentees]

    12/13/2004 3:32:17 PM PST · by Mike Fieschko · 99 replies · 5,381+ views
    AP via yahoo ^ | Dec 13, 2004 | unknown
    SEATTLE - The election director in Seattle's King County said Monday that hundreds of absentee ballots were mistakenly rejected in the heavily Democratic stronghold enough to swing the close governor's race to Democrat Christine Gregoire. A statewide hand recount is under way across Washington state after Republican Dino Rossi came out ahead of Gregoire by just 42 votes out of 2.9 million cast. King County Elections Director Dean Logan said he will ask the county Canvass Board on Wednesday to amend the results of the Nov. 2 election in his county. Agreement is likely; Logan has a seat on...
  • Democrats will pay for recount [WA gov race is FL 2000 all over again]

    12/03/2004 3:14:11 PM PST · by sionnsar · 62 replies · 1,216+ views
    The Tacoma News Tribune ^ | 12/03/2004 | David Ammons
    OLYMPIA, Wash. -- Washington Democrats, hoping the third times the charm, will pay for yet another recount in the states ultra-close governors race that remains unsettled after more than a month. The party also is heading to the state Supreme Court to seek a ruling that all ballots be treated the same from county to county. Top-ranking Democratic sources said the party has raised the necessary $700,000-plus to recount all 2.9 million votes cast for governor on Nov. 2 -- not just votes in selected counties. A flood of online contributions put the party over the top, the sources said,...
  • Gregoire Tells Democrats to Recount Whole State -- or None

    12/02/2004 12:19:47 PM PST · by Publius · 103 replies · 2,676+ views
    KOMO-TV ^ | 2 December 2004
    Christine Gregoire is asking her Democratic Party to request a recount all the votes in Washington or don't count at all. Gregoire says she knows it would be cheaper for the party to request a partial recount in a few counties that would likely help her overcome Dino Rossi's 42-vote lead. But she says her goal is to count all the votes in the state to settle the governor's race. The party has until 5 p.m. Friday to request the recount. Democrats have been raising money for the count that would cost about $700,000. The John Kerry campaign donated $250,000...
  • Gregorie Takes $250,000 From John Kerry For ANOTHER WA State Recount

    12/02/2004 1:28:04 PM PST · by WashStateGirl · 30 replies · 1,191+ views
    Gregoire: Count whole state or not at all Kerry gives unused funds for Governor's race recount 11:30 AM PST on Thursday, December 2, 2004 Associated Press OLYMPIA, Wash. - Christine Gregoire is asking her Democratic Party to request a recount all the votes in Washington or don't count at all. Gregoire says she knows it would be cheaper for the party to request a partial recount in a few counties that would likely help her overcome Dino Rossi's 42-vote lead. But she says her goal is to count all the votes in the state to settle the governor's race. Meanwhile,...
  • Ohio certifies Bush win, but some won't give up

    12/02/2004 11:02:48 AM PST · by ambrose · 23 replies · 1,765+ views
    Knight Ridder ^ | 12/2/04
    Posted on Thu, Dec. 02, 2004 Ohio certifies Bush win, but some won't give up Disgruntled groups talk of re-count, legal challenge WASHINGTON - Ohio counties certified election results Wednesday showing that President Bush carried the battleground state Nov. 2 and with it won a second term. But the certification did not seal the state results, and disgruntled groups alleging widespread vote fraud plan further action. One coalition plans to seek a re-count. Another plans to file a lawsuit with the state Supreme Court today contesting Bush's victory. Despite these challenges - and rampant rumors on the Internet that Republicans...
  • CA: Protest votes? (San Diego, Is the Surf Up for a halt to pension largesse?)

    11/16/2004 9:26:35 AM PST · by NormsRevenge · 5 replies · 628+ views
    OC Register ^ | 11/16/04 | Op/Ed
    The ongoing pension crisis, afflicting California cities and counties that have granted excessively generous retirement benefits to public-employee union members, will no doubt shake up the political landscape at some point. An early sign comes from San Diego, where a liberal environmental activist may become the next mayor of the state's second largest city. Absentee ballot counting is still going on, and Donna Frye, who ran as a write-in candidate, holds a slim lead over Mayor Dick Murphy. Opponents of Frye have filed two lawsuits trying to stop her from winning the race based on the contention that the city's...
  • Plan would dump Colorado's winner-take-all vote in Nov.

    07/31/2004 6:04:04 AM PDT · by mondoman · 95 replies · 6,332+ views
    The Rocky Mountain News ^ | 7/31/04 | John J. Sanko
    Colorado could become the first state to scrap its winner-take-all system of casting electoral college votes for president and replace it with one based on a percentage of the popular vote. Supporters of the Make Your Vote Count campaign filed petitions containing more than 130,000 names Friday with state election officials. "And close to 20 percent of them (the signatures) are from Republicans," said Democratic political consultant Rick Ridder, campaign spokesman. "We see this as a multi-partisan effort." The measure would go into effect immediately for this year's presidential battle if voters approve. Had it been in effect here four...
  • Clintons and other left-wing liars [what I KNOW about election 2000]

    08/20/2003 2:05:40 PM PDT · by Ragtime Cowgirl · 172 replies · 2,333+ views
    Precinct counts, voting machine data, AP election data, eye-witnesses....etc. | August 20, 2003 | Me
    As a Florida Republican, I listened to the press lie through the 2000recounts, pause for an obscenely short time after 9-11, and pick up the refrain -the campaign of lies..."Gore won" "Bush is selected."Remember when the press "discovered" the old mildly-intoxicated-while-driving Bush "scandal" a week before the election? Coincidentally, earlier that same day, Janet Reno told the press that she would be opening an investigation into Al Gore's pulling the plug on a multi-year drug investigation (after the Houston detectives cried foul at the cover-up) because the #1 suspect made a BIG $$$ donation to Al's campaign. A mob...
  • Computer Voting Is Open to Easy Fraud, Experts Say

    07/24/2003 7:07:55 AM PDT · by Theyknow · 130 replies · 235+ views
    The New York Times ^ | JOHN SCHWARTZ
    The software that runs many high-tech voting machines contains serious flaws that would allow voters to cast extra votes and permit poll workers to alter ballots without being detected, computer security researchers said yesterday. "We found some stunning, stunning flaws," said Aviel D. Rubin, technical director of the Information Security Institute at Johns Hopkins University, who led a team that examined the software from Diebold Election Systems, which has about 33,000 voting machines operating in the United States." -------- Since we can't copy a whole article from there I've only used the first paragraphs.
  • Tuscaloosa County moves to recount governor's race [Alabama's SoreLoserman]

    11/13/2002 5:39:29 AM PST · by Quilla · 27 replies · 335+ views
    Associated Press via ^ | November 13, 2002 | none credited
    Election officials in two counties have granted Gov. Don Siegelman's request to recount the votes from last week's election for governor that showed Republican Bob Riley with a 3,117-vote lead. James Smith, Tuscaloosa County Democratic chairman, said the three members of the county's election canvassing board approved a recount Tuesday, pending the posting of a $5,000 bond to cover the recount, and the bond was quickly posted. County officials did not immediately set a date for the recount, but state law requires the county to give both sides 24 hours notice. Siegelman's supporters petitioned for a recount Friday in every...
  • Demos to file suit over ballots Demos to file suit over ballots

    10/20/2002 7:08:02 PM PDT · by AlaninSA · 17 replies · 217+ views
    San Antonio Express-News ^ | 10/20/2002 | Sherry Sylvester
    Just hours after early voting began Saturday, Democrats identified problems with Bexar County's new two-page ballot and announced their intention to go to court Monday. "Representing the state Democratic Party, we will ask a judge to examine today's ballots and give some sort of remedy," said county party Chairman Gabe Quintanilla. According to Quintanilla, when he went to vote at McCreless Mall, he was given a two-page ballot that was not stapled or paper-clipped together. He also said he was not instructed to mark both pages of the ballot if he wanted to vote a straight-party ticket a step...
  • Betting Pool: "Who Will the Party Bosses Appoint to Replace Lautenberg?"

    10/08/2002 2:34:09 PM PDT · by Tacis · 17 replies · 279+ views
    10/8/02 | Tacis
    My bet is that, if Lautenberg wins, he already knows that he will resign within 18 months to allow New Jersy Governor McGreevy to appoint a replacement who will work better with the state democrat bosses. Lautenberg knows this but is a good party man and they have pictures. He will give some ambiguous reason for his resignation and all the leftist media will cluck about the rightness and wisdom of his decision.The interesting part will be the identity of the party worker that will be appointed to replace him. This identity should be the subject of betting in Las...
  • Zimbabwe: Mugabe's police crack down on unionists - South Africa embraces Mugabe win

    03/16/2002 1:10:40 AM PST · by Cincinatus' Wife · 37 replies · 474+ views
    Sidney Morning Herald ^ | March 16, 2002 | Ed O'LoughlinHerald Correspondent in Zimbabwe
    Despite ringing international condemnation of Zimbabwe's weekend elections, Robert Mugabe moved quickly to be sworn for another six-year term as South Africa warmly endorsed his claimed victory. South African deputy president Jacob Zuma, flew to Harare late on Thursday to congratulate Mr Mugabe in person, and the two men were photographed hugging each other and giving the one-fisted amandla (power) salute of the black liberation struggle. Meanwhile, Mr Mugabe's police were using his draconian public order and security decrees to break up a meeting of the Zimbabwean Congress of Trades Unions. Once led by losing presidential candidate Morgan Tsvangirai, the...