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STOLEN ELECTIONS

The Past 5 GOP Presidents Have Used Fraud and Treason to Steer Themselves to Electoral Victory By Thom Hartmann/ AlterNet/ July 28, 2017 People are wondering out loud about the parallels between today’s Republican Party and organized crime [3], and … Continue reading

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Voting Isn’t Good Enough

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One (White) Man, One Vote

How the electoral map would look today if, as was the case in the mid-19th Century, women and blacks were not able to vote: Buzzfeed: What The 2012 Election Would Have Looked Like Without Universal Suffrage

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Why Election Campaigns Are a Waste of Your Time

By Arlen Grossman/ The Big Picture Report cityofboston.gov You know that steroidal 24/7 race for president between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney? Ignore it. Same for every other race for political office all across the country from now until election … Continue reading

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Bill Maher: Casey Anthony and Republican Voters (Video)

Biting commentary by Bill Maher equating inability of jurors to find Casey Anthony guilty to the stupidity of working class Americans voting Republican . Starts after 2:30 mark of his New Rules, Episode 219 (July 8). Bill Maher: New Rules … Continue reading

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Your Vote is Meaningless

If you live in California, the largest state in the union, your vote for the president in 2012 won’t mean a thing. Think about it: California is a blue (i.e. Democratic) state and President Obama is expected to win California’s … Continue reading

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