15 Election Results That Were Thrown Out Because of Fraudulent Mail-In Ballots

 
 
Apr 22, 2020
 

Good morning from Washington, where the left continues to push for elections by mail, using COVID-19 as the excuse. Fred Lucas outlines 15 examples of results that judges tossed due to tainted ballots. On the podcast, former congressman J.C. Watts shares his work on The Heritage Foundation's National Coronavirus Recovery Commission and, in a bonus episode, Korea watcher Bruce Klingner examines rumors about the health of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un. Plus: China's hold on the American press, the pandemic's tough trade-offs, and Harvard vs. homeschooling. Fifty years ago today, Earth Day is celebrated in the U.S. for the first time.

 
 
 
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By Fred Lucas

With millions of Americans homebound because of COVID-19, progressives are amping up their push for national mail-in voting as Michelle Obama throws her support behind related legislation purporting to be a response to the pandemic.
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By Nicole Russell

A hit piece on homeschooling begins with the premise that children have rights equal to or greater than their parents, and the state actually has more rights than the homeschooled child's parents do.
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By Virginia Allen

Rep. J.C. Watts, a member of The Heritage Foundation's National Coronavirus Recovery Commission, shares how the nation can begin to reopen safely, why COVID-19 is especially affecting African-Americans, and the news channel he founded, BNC.
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By Fred Lucas

"By pausing immigration, we'll help put unemployed Americans first in line for jobs as America reopens." says President Trump.
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By Mike Gonzalez

In the U.S., China is profiting from the American media's rush to take China's side in a battle with a Trump administration that many journalists clearly despise.
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By Rachel del Guidice

The Heritage Foundation's Bruce Klingner explains who Kim's possible successors would be if he were to die, whether the U.S. position regarding North Korea would change if Kim were out of the picture, and more.
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By Peter Hasson

Chinese authorities silenced doctors, whistleblowers, and journalists who sought to warn the public about the virus. China could have limited the global spread of the virus by up to 95% if it had acted three weeks earlier.
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By Walter E. Williams

One of the first lessons in an economics class is everything has a cost. That's in stark contrast to lessons in the political arena where politicians talk about free stuff.
 
     
 
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