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With so much great content that may have preceded your arrival, Sunday’s are going to feature past posts.

This week, with the H.R.1 bill legalizing every single aspect of voting that enables voter fraud, I thought it best to address this ridiculousness:

The massive election reform we need is exactly the opposite of every single element of H.R.1.

What could possibly be the motivation for anyone who didn’t want tightly secured elections?

If they Democrats really insist on early voting, perhaps we can make a trade…

Voting should not be taken lightly. If you really want to vote, you should have to work for it.

Here’s a reform idea you won’t hear anywhere else: What if you got to choose any election in the country to vote in.

What does it say about your voting base when you have to drive them to the polls and tell them who to vote for?

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