Category Archives: Voting Rights

One of the primary issues that identify Fawkes-Lee & Ryan’s program

Helping(?) America Vote

Legitimate votes won’t be counted in Iowa come November.  Money earmarked for helping people to vote is being used to track down a handful of people who mistakenly thought they could vote.  There was no crime committed.  They just made … Continue reading

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Voting Wrongs

John was 21-years-old and had never voted.  After one of my long tirades on why it is vital to exercise your right to vote, he agreed to participate.  So I took him to his registered precinct, but it was a … Continue reading

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Conflict of Interest

But this approach isn’t and shouldn’t be mistaken for voter education. It is simply entertainment. Continue reading

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Voter Fraud

Up until 3:10 PM yesterday, I had nothing but pride in the voting process in Iowa. Continue reading

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I Vote For The Person

Yes, politics is a business. And it’s no longer a small business. Continue reading

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Screens Work Both Ways

My mother didn’t believe in preschool.  So, instead of participating in graham crackers and milk—followed by naptime, my days at age three to four were spent sitting in on adult meetings.  I started out quietly reciting my ABC’s at the … Continue reading

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