Daily Archives: June 9, 2021

Woke Institutions is Just Civil Rights Law

Richard Hananiah writes: Liberals control institutions because they care more about politics, a disparity that grew larger around 2016. This makes attempts to use government (i.e., bureaucracy!) to take back the culture unlikely to succeed, at least in the short … Continue reading

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The Art Of Spiritual War (6-9-21)

00:00 What gives you energy? 06:00 Curing Back Pain in 90 Seconds, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3lnmI_EsbW0 10:00 My fave music playlist, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S1_xDytEB1Q&list=PLhQp0uq1786ISg586sYF7k8cDug1-avU0 34:00 Nadine Strossen – Fighting for Free Speech in Today’s America, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q-dxdhFOgSM 35:40 Boys & Men Count, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NiMYmwqgkJg 51:00 I stand … Continue reading

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Kris Kobach’s False Claims About Voter Fraud

From Wikipedia: * In a 2010 press conference, Kobach asserted there could be as many as 2,000 people who were using the identities of dead people to vote in Kansas, mentioning it “certainly seems like a very real possibility” that … Continue reading

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‘Ripe for error’: Ballot signature verification is flawed — and a big factor in the election

From the Los Angeles Times Oct. 28, 2020: Mail-in ballots are pouring in by the millions to election offices across the country, getting stacked and prepared for processing. But before the count comes the signature test. Election workers eyeball voter … Continue reading

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How do states protect and verify absentee/mail-in ballots? (2020)

From Ballotpedia: * All 50 states require a valid signature for an absentee/mail-in ballot to be counted. According to The New York Times, 32 states use the signature provided with a voter’s absentee/mail-in ballot to verify his or her identity … Continue reading

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