Police StateDec 15, 2011
How Much Love Will Contributions Buy in the GOP Presidential Race?Three weeks out from the first-in-the-nation Iowa Caucuses, 52 sitting members of Congress have endorsed GOP presidential hopeful Mitt Romney -- 48 of whom have received campaign donations from Romney's leadership PAC, according to research by the Center for Responsive Politics. Collectively, these lawmakers have received $251,420 from Romney's leadership PACs since the 2004 election -- or about $5,240 per person. Alternatively, Newt Gingrich has donated a combined total of $261,000 to 42 current members of Congress. But none of them have endorsed Gingrich's presidential campaign. » Read More
Thousands of fraud cases just 'tip of iceberg'New warning of 'total breakdown in cohesion of American society'
October 16, 2011
A group that monitors elections in Minnesota and roots out fraudulent votes is warning ballot fraud is on the rise across the nation, and if unchecked, the ultimate consequences would be an electorate that simply doesn't believe the system works and refuses to participate – "a total breakdown in the cohesion of American society."
That's from spokesman Dan McGrath of the Minnesota Majority, which advocates for traditional values in state and federal public policy through grassroots activism. The group also contributes to the work of ElectionIntegrityWatch.com to focus specifically on elections and voter fraud.
Minnesota Majority reported that its investigations of fraud allegations arising from the 2008 general election in the state so far have resulted in 113 convictions. Another 200 or so cases are being processed or are pending but might not be completed because the statute of limitations expires next month, three years after the election.
And a stunning 2,800 or more cases cannot be prosecuted because of the wording in the state law that essentially requires voter fraud participants to admit they knew what they were doing was illegal in order for a conviction to be obtained, the organization said.
The organization's report on voter fraud said the convictions appear to be the highest number since a scheme in Jackson County, Mo., in 1936 resulted in 259 individuals convicted of voter fraud.
A more recent effort by the U.S. Department of Justice that encompassed five years resulted in just 53 convictions, the group said.
"It's mind-boggling to me that as a tiny non-profit corporation, we netted more than double the number of convictions in one year than the U.S. Department of Justice was able to find in five," said Minnesota Majority president Jeff Davis in a statement on the results.
The group identified a wide range of illegal votes, including incapacitated patients at a mental health home who have guardians and are not eligible to vote to "upwards of 2,800 ineligible felons believed to have unlawfully voted in Minnesota's 2008 general election."
"These convictions are just the tip of the iceberg," said Davis. "The actual number of illegal votes cast was in the thousands. Most unlawful voters were never charged with a crime because they simply pled ignorance. We have evidence of these people casting illegal ballots, but in Minnesota, ignorance of election law is considered to be an acceptable defense."
It's not just in Minnesota.
The organization lists reports from dozens of locations around the nation where voter fraud cases have been brought, and convictions won, by prosecutors. Among them are a 10-year prison term for an NAACP leader for vote fraud, several cases in Houston, more in Wisconsin and some in Florida.
The issue of trouble in American elections was the sole focus of a Whistleblower Magazine issue two years ago, and a new book by Matthew Vadum, "Subversion Inc.: How Obama's ACORN Red Shirts are Still Terrorizing and Ripping Off American Taxpayers," explains how the ACORN organization, under new names in various states, continues its campaign to influence elections.
Minnesota Majority notes that in 2008, the Minnesota U.S. Senate race was decided by just 312 votes.
"Never in our state's history did the words 'every vote counts' ring so true. However, a cloud of doubt still hangs over the results. Post-election analysis showed that hundreds of ineligible felons voted in the election. Over 17,000 more ballots were counted than voters accounted for as having voted in our Statewide Voter Registration System. Over 23,000 addresses provided by Election Day registrants could not be verified. Voter rolls contained the names of non-citizens and deceased individuals," the organization reported.
What that means is that Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., may not have won, although he has been casting votes from his U.S. Senate seat ever since.
"Political analysts estimate that voter fraud may account for 3 percent of the vote in any given election. Applying this statistic to Minnesota's 2006 gubernatorial election, that would mean that we would have had over 66,000 fraudulent votes. Remember that Gov. Pawlenty won this election by just 21,000 votes," the organization reported.
Further, it reported in 2008, ACORN registered more than 40,000 people to vote in Minnesota.
Rush: 'Barry Soetoro' elected with 'no identity documents'September 30, 2011
Rush warns of president avoiding defeat by suspending election Citing approvingly a report from a Canadian paper and noting that President "Barry Soetoro" had been elected without producing any "identity documents," Rush Limbaugh warned yesterday of "re-election by suspended-election revolution" and the very real possibility Americans could be denied the right to vote in 2012.
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2. SS numbers are issued by state location. One must live in the state where it is issued.
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