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Clinton’s Down Balloting Sleight of Hand Slightly Better than Money Laundering

April 4, 2016 by Barbara With The landmark 2014 Supreme Court decision McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission has effectively allowed political donations to become the equivalent of money laundering, a scheme to make the proceeds of a crime appear to have been derived from a legitimate source. Bernie Sanders has been criticized recently for not “down-balloting,” the practice […]

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Lawsuits mounting against possible election fraud in AZ: Take Action Now

April 4, 2016 by Barbara With Despite that fact that Arizona Secretary of State Michele Reagan knew for certain that voter party affiliations had been changed prior to the Arizona primary on March 22, the vote is scheduled to be certified around 3 PM today. According to truthdig.com: Asked to explain the multiple incidents of […]

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Saboteurs of Sanders Campaign Lead to Clinton National Security Think Tank

April 1, 2016 by Barbara With There is mounting evidence that Hillary Clinton supporters have been sabotaging the Bernie Sanders campaign, and the trail leads to the Democratic National Committee and a “national security” think tank made up of current and former Clinton supporters, staff, and contributors. In a March 30, 2016 videocast on YouTube (below), “Debbie […]

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Leader of right-wing group that radicalized Charleston killer donated $3,500 to Scott Walker

By Jason Huberty, June 22, 2015 Scott Walker has all but officially declared he is running for president, but it appears he will join the list of Republican presidential candidates who received campaign donations from the head of a right-wing white supremacist group credited with radicalizing the Charleston church killer. As reported by The Guardian, […]

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Evidence of election fraud in Wisconsin; WMC buys Supreme Court Chief Justice

April 12, 2015 by Barbara With In last Tuesday’s election, Wisconsin citizens voted on a referendum to redefine the terms by which the Chief Justice of the State Supreme Court will be determined. For 126 years, the justice appointed to the position has been the court’s longest-serving judge. A “yes” for the referendum meant a voter supported changing the process of […]

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Special Election Day message from former Sen. Dale Schultz (R)

April 7, 2015 Video: Art Juchno

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Top 10 Epic Reasons Why Americans Should Give a Sh*t About Voting

October 31, 2014 by Victoria Collier and Ben-Zion Ptashnik, Truthout Originally published in Truthout on October 30, 2014 and reprinted by permission. Pop icon Russell Brand raised a ruckus last year when he exhorted, “Don’t vote” to millions of his fans; a radical political directive under fire even by the likes of Sex Pistol Johnny […]

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UPDATE: Voting Machines Reported Flipping in Early Elections

October 31, 2014 by Marianne Moonhouse and Barbara With Last week, Wisconsin Citizen Media Coop (WCMC) responded to Craig Gilbert’s October 18 Milwaukee Journal Sentinel article regarding Wisconsin’s dramatic voting swings. In it, he mentions Clark County, Wisconsin as one district that showed big swings in voting patterns. Clark and Taylor Counties are the only two in Wisconsin […]

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Wisconsin’s Dramatic Vote Swings Raise Election Integrity Concerns

October 24, 2014 by Marianne Moonhouse and Barbara With Craig Gilbert’s recent article in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, “Wisconsin’s red-blue swings offer a map to victory for each party” is a rather unusual “Get Out the Vote” message. Election Integrity advocates may see this not so much as a map to victory than as a […]

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Jamey Francis: Identity Thief and Plagiarist

October 23, 2014 by Barbara With In a recent article in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Republican candidate for Assembly District 74 Jamey Francis responded to his criminal record for identity theft of an elementary school teacher by saying, “I’ve become a better person because of it.” Francis’ 2006 theft conviction came after he was charged with […]

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