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Opinion: The New Electoral College: A Move to a County-Based System – Inside Sources

With last year’s presidential election prompting legislative efforts to change state voting laws and the federal Electoral Count Act of 1887, the Electoral College is, once again, an issue of contention. This “blot on democracy,” as it has been called, was created by the Founders to keep smaller states from being disenfranchised by larger states

January 6 committee

Jan. 6 committee subpoenas fake Trump electors in 7 states

The House committee investigating the U.S. Capitol insurrection subpoenaed more than a dozen individuals Friday who it says falsely tried to declare Donald Trump the winner of the 2020 election in seven swing states. The panel is demanding information and testimony from 14 people who it says allegedly met and submitted false Electoral College certificates

Patrick J. Buchanan

Opinion: Why the Left Cannot Let Go of Jan. 6 – Pat Buchanan

“Every Day Is Jan. 6 Now.” That was the headline over the editorial of 1,000 words in The New York Times of Sunday last. On first read, I thought the Times was conceding its obsession and describing its mission. For the editorial began by bewailing yet anew the “horrifying” event, “the very real bloodshed of

Elections

Texas GOP puts final touches on sweeping voting restrictions

Texas Republicans dug in Saturday for a final weekend vote on some of the most restrictive new voting laws in the U.S., putting the last touches on a sweeping bill that would eliminate drive-thru voting, empower partisan poll watchers and limit voting on Sundays, when many Black churchgoers head to the polls. The changes would

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