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Join host Rick Moran and his special weekly guest host Jeff Kropf of KUIK radio in Portland, OR for another edition of the RINO Hour of Power. This week, the gang welcomes Hans von Spakovsky of the Heritage Foundation for a discussion of voter ID laws and whether they protect the voting franchise or act to suppress the vote of minorities. The show streams live from 8:00 - 9:00 PM Eastern time. A podcast will be available shortly after the end of the show.
Demos Fellow and voting expert Tova Andrea Wang on voter supression. Tova outlines the history of voter suppression in the US and how it went from a local problem to a national - and Republican - strategy in the 1960's. Tova's new book, The Politics of Voter Supression from the The Century Foundation is ripping the mask off of the so-called voter fraud scam being used by Republicans nationwide to suppress voting in Democratic districts. The charges against a maj
American Vernacular takes on the issue of voter suppression and how this seems destined to become the new civil rights battle of the 21st century. How can a nation that has proliferated war around the world inthe name of democracy deny any of its citizens the right to vote in fair and free elections? It's time to ask the question. AV announces the launch of Sisters Of Action, a grassroots organization established to get urban women registered to vote.
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With an election just around the corner and a growing concern over voter fraud, it is important to know your rights as a voter, know the role of poll workers and challengers and know how to protect the integrity of your vote.
Our guest this week will be Deanna Marie De'Liberto of Election Integrity NJ, who will discuss important issues facing voters and educate us on our rights. She will also present the challenges regarding protecting the integrity of our vote - from the ability of illegal aliens to vote to voter registries not be updated to remove those who have moved or are deceased - and discuss what we can do about it.
If you care about our electoral process, this is a show you will not want to miss!
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We have a dandy on tap for you as we discuss VOTER SUPPRESSION with activist & author Eric Smith.
Feel free to join the conversation as all perspectives are welcomed, REALLY!
Today's multi pronged poke in the eye to liberal madness involves Obamacare delays and continuing lawsuits to it.
Today we also delve into the not so soft rasism of Voter ID madness as North Caroline passes a Voter ID bill.
Rabbit trails galore today as well.
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Part 2 of 3: Originally Aired June 16, 2013
Dianne Linderman talks about fathers and what it means to be a good parent.
Also on this segment – Dianne discusses voter fraud, and talks about a recent news story that should be causing an outrage! Is political correctness to blame for the lack of response from the American public?
Find out more about Dianne Linderman on her website: http://www.everythingthatmattersradio.com/
Today;s show spans the spectrum of madness from voter ID to rodeo clowns. Friends it is ore important that ever that adults get back in charge of this country as soon as possible.
When I hear college educated people tell me that VOTER ID is racist I want to roll around in a tub of vinagear and broken glass.
The story about the rodeo clown and the Obama mask is one that you are not going to believe.
And whatever else that crosses my desk and my mind!
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Hillary Clinton: NC Voter ID Bill 'Reads Like The Greatest Hits Of Voter Suppression McCrory said the bill was necessary even if there are very few reported cases of voter fraud. "Even if the instances of misidentified people casting votes are low, that shouldn’t prevent us from putting this non-burdensome safeguard in place," he said in a Raleigh News and Observer op-ed. "Just because you haven’t been robbed doesn’t mean you shouldn’t lock your doors at night or when you’re away from home."
The bill will require voters to show photo identification -- a driver's license, passport, veteran's ID, tribal card -- beginning in the 2016 elections. Student IDs are not an acceptable form of identification. The bill also reduces early voting by a week, eliminates same-day registration, ends pre-registration for 16-and-17 year-olds and a student civics program, kills an annual state-sponsored voter registration drive and lessens the amount of public reporting required for so-called dark money groups, also known as 501(c)(4)s.
The bill does provide for a "free ID" to be offered at DMVs, though the state estimates that between 203,351 and 318,643 voters registered in North Carolina lack ID, and that providing them with one would cost $834,200 in 2013 and 2014, and $24,100 every two years after that.
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