Tag Archives: elections

Is election reform possible?

There have been more and more claims, particularly over the last election cycles (2012, 2014, 2016, 2018, 2020, and now 2022), of massive fraud and corruption. Both old parties claimed that happened several times before 2016, but that year it … Continue reading

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Election results: a pox on both their houses

There is one clear loser across the Fifty States in yesterday’s election: liberty. Both the Republicans and the Democrats have again shown that the “extremes” of their two parties seemingly have poisoned the political air even more in the past … Continue reading

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Get a good night’s sleep!

This 2022 election night is going to be a long one. (Aren’t they all?) Keep in mind that staying up later and later to see who and what won will not change the results a single bit. Unless you have … Continue reading

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Is it done yet?

Publisher’s Note: Today is Halloween, supposed to be a scary holiday. Perhaps the most frightening thing about this 2022 Halloween is that we still have 8 days to go until the election this year. Is your brain fried yet? You … Continue reading

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Too much government

Every day, there are incidents where some government goon (excuse me, “kind and gentle, loving, helpful polite public servant”) does something incredibly stupid to someone. Sometimes they do it of their own initiative. (Including “we need more tickets, people, need … Continue reading

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Distractions and their effect

Last week, we saw a common political phenomenon. The use of distractions to keep the electorate and the mob quiet. In some cases, just SPECIFIC parts of the two groups. How’s that? In the past six months, fuel prices have … Continue reading

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Defining “Democracy” and why the FedGov isn’t

By Nathan Barton Most libertarians and conservatives are aware that the Federal Government – the union of States – was established as a republic and not a democracy.  And of the distain (if that is a strong enough word) of … Continue reading

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End game for Canada?

By Nathan Barton The legacy of the now-dead British Empire has four great stars. Australia and New Zealand, the Fifty States, and Canada. (I’ll leave the subject of the Fifty States for some future commentary.)  Yet, today, the great British … Continue reading

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Tampering with elections – the real solution

By Nathan Barton We know it is a problem – meddling or tampering or interfering with free elections.  It is a nearly daily headline in the Fifty States today.  It is always identified with finding someone or some group (such … Continue reading

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Assault on democracy or assault on the truth?

USA Today, along with dozens of other mainstream media outlets, has condemned the recent SCOTUS decision on two gerrymandering cases.  USA Today, in particular, screamed that this negates “one man, one vote” and “overshadows even Bush v Gore (2000) and … Continue reading

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