MSNBC Host Keith Olbermann was suspended on Friday after it was reported that he made donations to Democratic political campaigns. Olbermann's employer, MSNBC, cites a policy that requires individuals to ask for permission before making donations to partisan political campaigns. Though Olbermann has since been
Before heading out to vote today, check out this short discussion of restrictions on clothing at polling places. Most states have rules banning electioneering activities within a certain distance of polling places, and these rules are generally construed as disallowing t-shirts and other clothing that
There was a collective gasp and not a small chuckle from the left at Christine O'Donnell's recent demand that her opponent, Chris Coons, show her where in the Constitution is separation of church of state. "You're telling me that's in the first amendment?"
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The federal government filed suit against NY State and the NY Board of Elections on Tuesday, alleging non-compliance with the 2009 Military and Overseas Voters Empowerment Act (aka MOVE). Multiple counties in the state missed deadlines intended to ensure that overseas military personnel receive their
A federal judge ruled October 4th for New York City in a suit by two anti-abortion protesters arrested in the name of "public safety" for refusing to leave a sidewalk during the 2004 RNC. Critics say the ruling fails to address civil liberties issues raised
When he left Congress in 1901, George White, an African American Republican from Tarboro, North Carolina, announced that it was “perhaps the Negro’s temporary farewell to Congress.” Mr. White’s premonition was right. Voters from North Carolina would not send another African