What's Changed in 4 Battleground States' Voting Rules Since 2020

August 23 2022

Good morning from Washington, where liberals keep getting in the way of making it easier to vote, but harder to cheat, in American elections. Four critical states in the 2020 presidential contest are doing it differently this year, Fred Lucas reports. Wonder how deadly and pervasive the fentanyl crisis is? Virginia Allen has answers. On the podcast, we explore how Texas may hold the key to reforming and securing our elections. Plus:  the left infiltrates Dungeons and Dragons, and, on  "Problematic Women," meet a former Miss Venezuela who's glad to be an American. On this date in 1945, President Harry Truman awards the Medal of Honor to Army Staff Sgt. Marcario García for single-handedly clearing two German machine-gun nests, making him the first Mexican national to receive the military's highest honor. 

What's Changed in 4 Battleground States' Voting Rules Since 2020
By Fred Lucas

The most narrow margins of the last presidential election were in Arizona, Georgia, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania.
How America's Unsecured Border Contributes to Fentanyl Crisis, Deaths
By Virginia Allen

"What you don't hear from the Biden administration is that 95% of the fentanyl killing Americans comes from the wide-open southwest border," says former Trump official Mark Morgan.
America's Elections Are at Stake. Texas Shows They Can Be Fixed.
By Douglas Blair

Chad Ennis, director of the Forensic Audit Division with the Texas Secretary of State's office, was instrumental in getting his state to take steps toward securing the election process.
Rushdie Stabbing Reminds Us That Iran Is Still World's Leading Terror State
By David Harsanyi

As author Kenan Malik notes, the legacy of the Islamic fatwa targeting novelist Salman Rushdie was that Western Europe had "internalized" censorship.
Dungeons and Dragons Players Face the Scariest Monster of All: The Radical Left
By Douglas Blair

Radical leftist activists want to inject the same woke and racist nonsense into the game that infects everything else these days, and it will spoil the spirit of what makes the game unique.
Miss Venezuela 1984, Now a US Conservative, Reflects on Her Country's Decline
By Virginia Allen

"I was born in paradise," Carmen Maria Montiel says of her home country of Venezuela. But "bureaucracy and corruption" turned her homeland into a nation she hardly recognized.
ICYMI: Court Rules Man Who Identifies as Woman Must Be Allowed in Women's Jail
By Joshua Arnold

A three-judge panel of the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals rules that a male identifying as a female should be housed with female inmates, even though he retains male body parts.

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