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[11 Apr 2018 | One Comment | ]

Some 3.5 million more people are registered to vote in the U.S. than are alive among America’s adult citizens. Such staggering inaccuracy is an engraved invitation to voter fraud.

The Election Integrity Project of Judicial Watch — a Washington-based legal-watchdog group — analyzed data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2011–2015 American Community Survey and last month’s statistics from the federal Election Assistance Commission. The latter included figures provided by 38 states. According to Judicial Watch, eleven states gave the EAC insufficient or questionable information. Pennsylvania’s legitimate numbers place it just below the over-registration …

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[30 Nov 2017 | No Comment | ]

Today is the tenth anniversary of the death of the greatest champion the pro-life cause has ever known, Representative Henry J. Hyde of Illinois. It is hard to believe that this physical and moral giant of a man is gone, much less that it has been a decade since he passed away. The soundtrack of his voice on the House floor plays easily in the mind — there have been few orators in his league, and even fewer who had his wit and genius of expression.

But there is this comfort, …

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[2 Jan 2016 | No Comment | ]

A liberal who jumps at the chance to vacation in a slave state — and thinks it’s somehow adventurous or even brave to take your children to a place romanticized by left-wing utopians since it went Communist in 1959 — is not only morally blinkered. He’s banal. He’s the sort of liberal for whom there is no difference between self-interest and the public interest — a trait Emanuel picked up from the Clintons. He rationalizes leaving the White House for an investment bank, using political connections to amass “$18 million …

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[11 Aug 2014 | No Comment | ]

I start off in Hinsdale, Ill., hometown of Pat Quinn, America’s Worst Governor™, a borough of stone mansions and yoga-panted women with vastly complex Starbucks orders, where I admire the Gordon Abbott house designed by the draftsman William Drummond from Frank Lloyd Wright’s shop, and then journey Marlow-like down U.S. 55, the dyspeptic alimentary canal of Illinois, from the shadows underneath the gloomy turret of the Joliet penitentiary to the stagnation of Normal and Bloomington, across the vast stretches of lightly populated Corn Belt and through the almost-as-empty state capital …

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[9 May 2013 | No Comment | ]

Woods, whose son Tyrone died in the attacks, also urged political leaders to be more truthful about the issue, comparing that with what he’d heard from former secretary of state Hillary Clinton. “When I was approached by Hillary Clinton at the coming-home ceremony of the bodies at Andrews Air Force Base, and she said, ‘We’re going to go out and we’re going to prosecute that person that made the video,’ I knew that she wasn’t telling the truth, and I think the whole world knows that now,” he explained. “She’s smarter than I …

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[27 Feb 2013 | One Comment | ]

So, how many votes does it take to win a Republican primary in a special House election in a district that includes a portion of Chicago and its southern suburbs when there’s a snowstorm?
955 votes.
Congratulations, Paul McKinley.

Read more in National Review

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[6 Oct 2010 | One Comment | ]

On (Jan Schakowsy’s political director’s) Twitter feed he declares,
impressed by Obama’s diplomacy this evening. What I wouldve said:Let me be clear: youre all f***ing dumba**es who havent read the 1st amndmt
Except he doesn’t use asterisks.

He also Tweets, “Pat Quinn’s new TV spot. Highlighting how Republicans are total DBs.”
I’m pretty sure he doesn’t mean defensive backs.
This is mixed among garden-variety campaign Tweets like, “Jan Schakowsky’s Pro-Israel Record.”
Class act you have there, Rep. Schakowsky. (I suppose he may try to remove the Tweets, but I saved the screen shots.)
Read more at National Review

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[27 Aug 2008 | One Comment | ]

Have you ever been a friend or business associate of a terrorist? Not someone who, to your shock and horror, turned out secretly to have bombed government buildings. No, the question is whether you’ve ever befriended an unreconstructed radical whose past was well known to you when you entered his orbit and walked through doors he opened for you. Have you been chummy with an unapologetic terrorist who, years after you’d known and worked closely with him, was still telling the New York Times he regretted only failing to carry …