Soros Groups’ Vote-by-Mail Drive Aims to Expand Government Control

 
 
Jul 13, 2020
 

Good morning from Washington, where voting by mail remains a hot topic as coronavirus cases spike in some states. Scott Walter looks at the left's goals in urging the change. The NFL still doesn't understand how to bring Americans together, Ken Blackwell writes. On the podcast, a constitutional activist talks about protecting our heritage from the mob. Plus: the president reaches out to Hispanics; why our children are better off in school; and how the media encourages violence. On this date in 2013, after a Florida man is acquitted in the fatal shooting of a black teen, California activist Alicia Garza posts a Facebook message containing the phrase "Black lives matter," which becomes a rallying cry and then a movement.

 
 
 
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By Scott Walter

The Brennan Center for Justice, heavily funded by George Soros' Open Society, is spearheading a plan that calls for a "universal vote-by-mail option for all voters," or more precisely, absentee ballot initiatives.
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By Ken Blackwell

Former NFL player Marcellus Wiley warns: "We know what identity politics does—it divides, and it polarizes."
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By Virginia Allen

Lori Roman, president of the American Constitutional Rights Union, explains how her organization is working strategically to activate political leaders to protect history and end mob rule.
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By Fred Lucas

Trump says education and school choice are "at the heart of our strategy to bring a prosperous future for every Hispanic American, as well as all Americans."
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By Rachel Greszler

Taking a holistic view of the situation, the American Academy of Pediatrics' new report advocates opening schools while providing age-based safety guidance.
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By John R Lott Jr.

Watching the news, you would never guess that the research found that black officers were just as likely as white officers to shoot an unarmed black suspect.
 
     
 
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