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How some “dead”people vote

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Marti Oakley

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The issue of dead people voting arises in every election.  While there are many possible ways in which this can occur, including the simple failure of removing those names from voter rolls, there is one area which may seem minor compared to others.  Minor unless you consider there are currently an estimated 1.4 million people under guardianship currently in the US, most of whom have had all their rights stripped from them except the right to vote.  And another 1.4 million in hospice care marked for preemptive death (as of 2106) the ever expanding pool of dead or soon to be dead voters is quite large and continually expanding.

Do not mistakenly believe that these guardianized individuals or those in Hospice are going to actually be allowed to vote.

The right to vote

After every national election, the screeching from either party concerning the reasons they lost always include the claim that dead people were somehow voting. The fact is, votes are cast in the names of people who have actually died, but the question is: how are they voting from the grave?

Dead people voting is a type of election fraud that occurs when the name of a deceased person remains on a state’s official list of registered voters and a living person fraudulently casts a ballot in that name. Those names are generally kept on the voter rolls by the predators failure to report and have them removed or election officials unable or unwilling to check on the validity of the name. More

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The Real Loser in the Midterms: Individuality

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November 14th, 2018

by Marilyn M. Singleton, MD, JD

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After the election, sappy statements on social media exhort us to bow down in praise that the first minority this or the first woman that was elected and how this means we have catapulted our nation out of the Neanderthal era. Funny how no one mentions Young Kim’s victory – but she is not a Democrat so it does not count. It’s funny how no one cheered women of color when Condoleeza Rice was secretary of state. Instead she was called an Aunt Jemima and a house nigga’ in a nationally syndicated cartoon.

Now it is acceptable to call young conservative black students enjoying their visit with President Trump “N-words in Maggot hats” and ridicule them as “props.”  What racist insults! Undoubtedly, the prominently positioned little black boy at the Affordable Care Act signing just happened to be strolling outside the White House East Room. More

Crapitalism and Caravans: The election is over, What happened to the caravan?

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Marti Oakley

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What is it those in this, supposedly spontaneous, caravan think it is that they are going to find here? Peace? Security? Prosperity? We don’t have any! We are either unable or unwilling to take care of our own people….what is it you think we are going to do for you? Homelessness here in the US is reaching critical mass. Violence perpetrated by law enforcement is epidemic. Our children are taken by CPS and used for profit, and they will do the same to yours. Our elderly are being robbed by probate tribunal actors, and then euthanized in hospice or in hospitals once all their property has been transferred to their new owners. And those of us caught in the middle can barely make ends meet. What is it you believe you are going to find here that you weren’t already dealing with in the country you are leaving behind? Drugs? We have pharmaceuticals for that that are far more lethal than any street drugs and doctors more than willing to get you addicted. Violence? You can get shot to death by police here for having a broken tail light. We can’t board a plane without specially marked ID’s or a passport.

But the bigger question looms: What made all of you in the caravan think or believe you had the right to storm the US demanding entry, even if by illegal means?

The election is over: What happened to the caravan? More

Dear Congress: You do not have the right to refuse to communicate with me

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You do not have the right to refuse to communicate with me,  or anyone else for that matter!

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Recent attempts to contact various Federal level politicians regarding issues I have been working on were met with a request for my zip code and followed up with a message that because I was not in their “district” they could not respond to me.  I have some thoughts about this that I would like to share with all of you who help keep this arbitrary wall of non-communication between yourselves, and any member of the public, from anywhere, operating smoothly. More

IN SEARCH OF THE MORAL COMPASS

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Chuck Frank

A Ship's Compass 1No matter who wins the election in November and whether it is rigged or not, we the people of America still have a major job to do and it is all dependent upon not how we vote but it all comes down to what is within our own selves and what we believe in. Therefore, the integrity and the character of a person needs to be fashioned though careful choices and finding their own way through the storms of life.

Yet, how can this be accomplished?

In the last 50 or more years there has been a major shift in the norms of the country to where political correctness, philosophical theories and man made principles have entered into the equation, but has this been for the people’s benefit or ended up being harmful?
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