Voter ID

Allan on October 18th, 2016

The American voter registration system is a shambles, and easily facilitates voter fraud. Is it a big enough problem to affect the outcome of the 2016 election? Note that Democrats get hysterical whenever a state tries to enact tighter voter registration procedures. Hmm, why is that? We ought to look at Mexico’s superior voter registration […]

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My latest Said in Spanish news roundup of Spanish-language sources includes several items about the vast Mexican consular network in the United States, Islamic State’s threat to Hispanics, a video of a checkpoint encounter, identity fraud and why a longtime resident of the U.S. finally decides to become a U.S. citizen. To read the entire […]

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My latest Said in Spanish roundup  includes the new Mexican ambassador’s 8-point plan for the United States, the Trump-bashing of a retiring Mexican singer and a report  on “Pueblayork”. For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published April 26th, 2016 on VDARE.COM.

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The INE (Instituto Nacional Electoral), Mexico’s electoral bureaucracy, has recently announced a new type of ID card designed to make it  easier for Mexicans residing in the U.S. to vote in Mexican elections.   The INE’s council voted unanimously to issue the card, as long as it has the approval of the Mexican Foreign Ministry. […]

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Allan on October 30th, 2014

Many states have very poor systems of voter registration.  In contrast, Mexico has a very good voter registration system and provides a good model. Here in the U.S. though, it’s hard  because when you bring up Voter ID, there is opposition from the federal government and Democratic activists.  Why?  Why would one object to Voter […]

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Why is Voter ID controversial in the United States? In Mexico, for example, they have a voter registration which is superior to ours.   In many American states, voter registration is a shambles.  Yet when states try to fix this, by requiring Photo Voter ID, there is  opposition.  Why?  Why would one oppose secure Voter […]

Continue reading about Supreme Court Supports Texas Voter ID Law – At Least For Now

Secure Voter ID should not be controversial.  In   Mexico, voters are required to present a government-issued Voter ID card. Here in the U.S., however, it’s controversial. Why? Recently a federal judge struck down the Texas Voter ID law, but now a panel of other judges have ruled that Texas can use its Voter ID […]

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Allan on October 12th, 2014

The Texas Voter ID law has now been nixed by another arrogant kritarch, a “judge-ruler”, an out-of-control federal judge. Our federal judiciary is out of control, but we’re not doing much about it. The federal judiciary has recently forced same-sex marriage on various states which voted against it.   On the other hand, cities can […]

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Allan on April 7th, 2014

From 1990 to 2014  the governing authority over Mexican federal elections was IFE, the Instituto Federal Electoral (Federal Electoral Institute). Now the IFE has been dissolved and replaced with the INE, the Instituto Nacional Electoral (National Electoral Institute), conveniently housed in the same headquarters building. For the entire article, click here.  Article by Allan Wall, […]

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Allan on August 2nd, 2013

The Obama administration has no problem with overreaching judicial tyranny from the Supreme Court, as long as the court is upholding Obamacare or same-sex marriage or such. But when the court rules against something the administration supports, that just can’t stand. So Attorney General Eric Holder is off to get a lower court to fight […]

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