Vote Fraud: An American Tradition

March 9, 2020 Staff 0

Stealing national elections is not an uncommon occurrence in U.S. history. By Donald Jeffries The controversial, pathetically delayed Iowa caucus vote illustrated once again that America’s electoral process is utterly corrupt. The Collier Brothers’ great […]

A Crisis in the Electoral College

September 20, 2019 Staff 1

The Institution was created to ensure that states with smaller populations aren’t left out. Are small states in danger if anti-Electoral College forces win? By S.T. Patrick The Electoral College, one of the longest-standing constitutional […]

Way Too Easy to Alter

September 5, 2018 Staff 0

An 11-year-old at a hacker convention changed the vote tally on a replica secretary of state election data website in under 10 minutes, and 30 other kids hacked similar sites in under 30 minutes. Are […]

Virginia Bans Electronic Voting Machines

October 10, 2017 admin 6

Virginia and Texas are re-evaluating their use of easily hacked machines and considering paper ballots, in large part thanks to tireless efforts of anti-vote fraud activists like Dr. Laura Presley.  By Mark Anderson Thankfully, the days […]

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