James O'Keefe strikes again, and catches Obamacare navigators on video, including navigators from the National Urban League, engaged in all sorts of dishonesty. Fund has the story and video. ...

I'll be talking about the sloppy DOJ complaint in the North Carolina Voter ID (et al) case on Tuesday November 12 at the Cardinal Club in Raleigh at noon and at Wake Forest Law School at 7pm. Both events sponsored by the Federalist Society. The slop to which I refer is the wholly absurd claims that requiring in-precinct voting violates Section 2. And that's just for starters. The complaint is noteworthy for the bald assertions without any supporting data. It reads like a press release written by a political operative, not by a litigator. I'll have more at both events. Details on both events are here. ...

Link here."All this year the consistent narrative for the Texas voter photo I.D. law has been that photo I.D. is a Republican conspiracy to keep Democrats like me from voting. August personages of the political realm, like Dallas Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson, have declared that vote fraud is nonexistent in Texas. They say the whole photo I.D. thing is aimed solely at vote suppression. That's what I wanted them to do. Suppress me. I wanted to be suppressed so I could express my ire. . . . "Yesterday I had to show Voter ID in order to vote. Today I still seem to be alive." At least one writer has some intellectual honesty on Voter ID. ...

  National Review noticessomething missing from the recent New York Times article headlined “Texas’ Stringent Voter ID Law Makes a Dent at the Polls” – the “dent,” or any other “detrimental effects of Texas’ new voter-ID law at this week’s polls.”   Following a fanciful headline, and stories of a handful of voter ID "victims" who in fact cast regular ballots, the Timesproceeds to bury the lede:   Texas’s secretary of state, who might know something about all this, is quoted belatedly as follows: “This was our first statewide election with a photo ID requirement in place, and it was smooth, secure and successful.”   The “dent” never does materialize, in the story or at the polls.   ...

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