This should upset you whether you are a Democrat or a Republican as these same tactics will be used when democracy is out of line with the corporatocracy.
Texas’ voter ID law violates the Voting Rights Act, a federal appeals panel ruled Wednesday, tossing the oppressive law enacted by Texas Republicans in 2011.
Texas is a Red State hanging by a thread and the GOP is using the above obscene type of voter suppression to keep it that way. It is our duty to expose it.
Chris Matthews is one journalist willing to succinctly call out the GOP for attempting the use and creation of bad laws to effectively steal elections.
Bill Maher slammed Democrats for potentially losing the 2014 midterm while having a winning hand. He reminded them how well the tactic worked for Al Gore.
The Texas Voter ID Law has been reinstated. Voter suppression in Texas will eventually be overturned but for now every Texan must have proper ID.
Any Republican woman or man not voting Democratic in Texas this year does not get it A dear friend sent me this video this morning. It is a Texas Republican woman who said she is voting for Wendy Davis and other Democratic candidate. The video claims that it is not sanctioned by the Wendy Davis […]
Bruce Menke This is an excellent piece from Bruce Menke that was in the latest Kingwood Observer. Bruce said, The Voting Rights Act of 1965 was enacted to end “race neutral” voting requirements by Texas and other states that discriminated against minorities and to prevent new laws having the same effect. A prime example was […]
Dear Friend: In 2011, Texas passed a restrictive voter ID bill, and ongoing litigation continues to sort out the future of the law. But with local elections coming up in less than two months, everyone needs to plan as if the law will be in effect this November. The week of September 16 is Protect […]
Karen Menke Kingwood Area Democrats own Karen Menke does it again with her latest article in the Kingwood Observer. Karen says. Election Day 2013 is Tuesday, November 5. It will be preceded by two weeks of Early Voting beginning on Oct. 21. If you live in the City of Houston, you will be voting on […]