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GOP states press voter photo ID rules, with unclear effects – Associated Press

Photo: Ruth Kohake poses for a portrait outside of the Price Hill Public Library, Thursday, March 23, 2023, in Cincinnati As Ohio’s primary approaches, a strict new photo ID requirement is stirring concerns for military veterans and out-of-state college students, in Amish communities and among older voters. Other Republican-led states are moving in the same

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Opinion: Fraud and Force

“All tyrannies rule through fraud and force, but once the fraud is exposed they must rely exclusively on force.” – George Orwell George Orwell was the 20th Century writer who did more than any other author, through his writings, to expose the methods, hypocrisies, and crushing suppressing power of tyrannical governments. Whether in Animal Farm, which showed how


Opinion: Five Myths About America’s Elections

During my misspent youth as a GOP political consultant, one of the lessons I learned is that elections are fundamentally a game of amateurs. The average American only votes once every four years (if they bother to vote at all), and every election cycle features news stories of confused voters complaining about the complexity of

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