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  • Legal Memorandum posted January 13, 2014 by Hans A. von Spakovsky Election Fraud in the 2008 Indiana Presidential Campaign: A Case Study in Corruption

    Opponents of electoral reform continue to insist that, despite all evidence to the contrary, election and voter fraud are a nonexistent problem in America.[1] This myopic view is wrong not only because numerous cases show that these problems do exist, but also because of the deep implications that unchecked election fraud can have for American politics. As the Supreme…

  • Commentary posted October 18, 2013 by Hans A. von Spakovsky Right the First Time

    The Left’s well-oiled propaganda machine is in overdrive again. Partisan law professors and the liberal media are trumpeting Judge Richard Posner’s “admission” that he regrets the majority opinion he wrote upholding Indiana’s voter-ID law. Posner wrote the opinion in 2007 for the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals. It was affirmed the following year in a Supreme Court…

  • Play Movie Todd Gaziano on FOX News' Special Report with Brit Hume Video Recorded on June 30, 2008 Todd Gaziano on FOX News' Special Report with Brit Hume

    Todd Gaziano on FOX News' Special Report with Brit Hume, 4/29/08…

  • Play Movie Todd Gaziano on FOX Special Report  4/29/08 Video Recorded on June 30, 2008 Todd Gaziano on FOX Special Report 4/29/08

    Todd Gaziano on FOX Special Report 4/29/08…

  • News Releases on March 3, 2005 Personal Social Security Accounts Would Allow Indiana Workers to Fund Retirement Nest Eggs

    WASHINGTON, MARCH 3, 2005-Personal retirement accounts created from a portion of the payroll taxes workers now pay would let a typical Indiana couple build a $115,000 retirement nest egg, according to a report released today by The Heritage Foundation. "Indiana workers and their families would get a much better deal from Social Security if the system let them…

  • Backgrounder posted November 2, 1993 by Dan Greenberg Should Congress Be Above the Law?

    (Archived document, may contain errors) T 965 November 2,1993 SHOULD CONGRESS BE ABOVE THE LAW Congress] can make no law which will not have its full operation on themselves and their friends, as well as on the great mass of society James Madison, Federalist No. 57 It has been said here many times tonight that we want to treat Senators the same as everyone else Mr.…

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  • Legal Memorandum posted January 13, 2014 by Hans A. von Spakovsky Election Fraud in the 2008 Indiana Presidential Campaign: A Case Study in Corruption

    Opponents of electoral reform continue to insist that, despite all evidence to the contrary, election and voter fraud are a nonexistent problem in America.[1] This myopic view is wrong not only because numerous cases show that these problems do exist, but also because of the deep implications that unchecked election fraud can have for American politics. As the Supreme…

  • Commentary posted October 18, 2013 by Hans A. von Spakovsky Right the First Time

    The Left’s well-oiled propaganda machine is in overdrive again. Partisan law professors and the liberal media are trumpeting Judge Richard Posner’s “admission” that he regrets the majority opinion he wrote upholding Indiana’s voter-ID law. Posner wrote the opinion in 2007 for the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals. It was affirmed the following year in a Supreme Court…

  • News Releases on March 3, 2005 Personal Social Security Accounts Would Allow Indiana Workers to Fund Retirement Nest Eggs

    WASHINGTON, MARCH 3, 2005-Personal retirement accounts created from a portion of the payroll taxes workers now pay would let a typical Indiana couple build a $115,000 retirement nest egg, according to a report released today by The Heritage Foundation. "Indiana workers and their families would get a much better deal from Social Security if the system let them…

  • Backgrounder posted November 2, 1993 by Dan Greenberg Should Congress Be Above the Law?

    (Archived document, may contain errors) T 965 November 2,1993 SHOULD CONGRESS BE ABOVE THE LAW Congress] can make no law which will not have its full operation on themselves and their friends, as well as on the great mass of society James Madison, Federalist No. 57 It has been said here many times tonight that we want to treat Senators the same as everyone else Mr.…

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  • Legal Memorandum posted January 13, 2014 by Hans A. von Spakovsky Election Fraud in the 2008 Indiana Presidential Campaign: A Case Study in Corruption

    Opponents of electoral reform continue to insist that, despite all evidence to the contrary, election and voter fraud are a nonexistent problem in America.[1] This myopic view is wrong not only because numerous cases show that these problems do exist, but also because of the deep implications that unchecked election fraud can have for American politics. As the Supreme…

  • News Releases on March 3, 2005 Personal Social Security Accounts Would Allow Indiana Workers to Fund Retirement Nest Eggs

    WASHINGTON, MARCH 3, 2005-Personal retirement accounts created from a portion of the payroll taxes workers now pay would let a typical Indiana couple build a $115,000 retirement nest egg, according to a report released today by The Heritage Foundation. "Indiana workers and their families would get a much better deal from Social Security if the system let them…

  • Backgrounder posted November 2, 1993 by Dan Greenberg Should Congress Be Above the Law?

    (Archived document, may contain errors) T 965 November 2,1993 SHOULD CONGRESS BE ABOVE THE LAW Congress] can make no law which will not have its full operation on themselves and their friends, as well as on the great mass of society James Madison, Federalist No. 57 It has been said here many times tonight that we want to treat Senators the same as everyone else Mr.…

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