Justice At Stake proposes that judges be appointed by “nonpartisan,” “independent” commissions via a process known as “merit selection.”
Dealing a devastating blow to Democrat claims that Voter ID laws are unnecessary because voter fraud is exceedingly rare, a new report from the North Carolina State Board of Elections reveals tens of thousands of documented voter-fraud cases that occurred in 2012 alone — just among voters registered in that state.
Enroll America, whose mission is to “maximize the number of uninsured Americans” who sign up for Obamacare, was a major presence at a recent Obamacare enrollment fair held by the Mexican government’s consular office in Brownsville, Texas. The event raised concerns about the possibility that illegal immigrants could benefit from it.
University theology lecturer Natana DeLong-Bas contends that the ultra-fundamentalist Islamic sect known as Wahhabism is compatible with tolerance and modern feminism. She claims that “extremism does not stem from the Islamic religion,” but rather from “the political conditions in the Islamic world, like the Palestinian issue,” that have “added to the Muslim youth’s state of frustration.”