Category Archives: Politics

A county in Arizona wanted to count all midterm election ballots by hand. The Secretary of State’s office said doing that would be illegal!

By Robert Willmann Cochise County, Arizona has a population estimated by the U.S. Census to be 126,050. In order to do its part to support democracy and have an honest election, it wanted to hand count the ballots in the … Continue reading

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“AG Garland Names Jack Smith Special Counsel for Trump Probes”

“Attorney General Merrick Garland named a special counsel on Friday to oversee the Justice Department’s investigation into the presence of classified documents at former President Donald Trump’s Florida estate as well as key aspects of a separate probe involving the … Continue reading

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“House Republicans allege Biden directly involved in business dealings with son Hunter Biden”

“Republican Reps. James Comer and Jim Jordan alleged at a press conference Thursday that President Biden was actively involved in overseas business dealings alongside his son Hunter. Comer, citing whistleblowers, asserted that the Biden family “flourished and became millionaires by simply offering access to … Continue reading

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Great News Everybody: 2022 Just Got a Whole Lot More Fun. So Did Next Year.

You’ve got it. Your very favorite president, well, let Hollywood tell the story. ““I don’t know half of you half as well as I should like; and I like less than half of you half as well as you deserve.” … Continue reading

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“Ric Grenell to Newsmax: Incoming Ballots Showing GOP Wins in Arizona”

“Let me just be very specific on the data, and the reality is right now that we have at least 450,000 possibly 500,000 ballots now left,” Grenell, an acting director of national intelligence and ambassador under former President Donald Trump, … Continue reading

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Midterm election day. With electronic voting and counting machines, you do not vote, and you do not count the votes.

By Robert Willmann An election has three parts — a voter registration list, voting procedures, and counting the votes — unless you divide the last one into two. That will make it: a voter registration list, voting procedures, counting the … Continue reading

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The political prosecution of Thomas Barrack collapses as a federal court jury finds him not guilty of all 9 charges

By Robert Willmann The U.S. Constitution in the Sixth Amendment guarantees the right to a jury trial “in all criminal prosecutions”. Notice that the federal constitution does not give you the right to a jury trial in all civil cases, … Continue reading

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“Dick Morris to Newsmax: GOP Won the Senate Today”

“Libertarian Marc Victor dropped out of Arizona’s Senate race on Tuesday, one week out from midterm election day, while at the same time endorsing the state’s Republican nominee Blake Masters. This, political author and Newsmax host Dick Morris says in his prediction … Continue reading

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“Desperate Biden tried to link all Republicans to MAGA extremism …”

“Whether due to skyrocketing inflation, stubbornly high gas prices or fears of rising crime — take your pick! — it’s like Biden finally realized there are so few compelling reasons to vote Democrat that he was forced to tell the … Continue reading

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“…  Biden mocked after Florida speech double gaffe.”

“President Joe Biden was branded “confused” last night after making multiple mistakes during a speech while campaigning for Democrats in Florida.  As the party continues to face an uphill fight for next week’s midterms, the President addressed a series of three … Continue reading

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