What started as news articles reporting potential danger to American elections from Russian hackers has quickly morphed into a call for a federal agency to protect our elections from those alleged Russian hackers. But many of the threats cited have nothing to do with the Internet, and giving blanket protective authority to a federal agency would grant broad powers far in excess of what the U.S. Constitution allows.
Opposing demonstrators at the GOP National Convention exchanged angry words in Kirtland Park on Tuesday; however, there were no reports of injuries or arrests.
The premier showing of the movie Hillary’s America — The Secret History of the Democratic Party was held in Cleveland on the eve of the beginning of the Republican National Convention, and it was a mixed bag.
Because Republican bigwigs have changed rules in the past to favor one candidate over another, there is at least a chance they will do it again to deny Donald Trump the Republican nomination.
Nigel Farage resigned Monday from his position as Leader of the UKIP (United Kingdom Independence Party), saying he had never intended to become a career politician, and passage of the Brexit referendum had accomplished his goals.
A federal grand jury in Lexington, Kentucky, has handed down a multi-count indictment alleging fraud in Social Security disability payments involving a retired administrative law judge, an attorney, and a psychologist.
Utah Republicans are scheduled to begin their caucuses this evening at 7:00 p.m. MDT, but the balloting will already be underway via Internet voting when the caucuses begin.
Republicans in Ohio are coping with ambiguous ballots in today’s Ohio Republican Primary. But the concerns about getting an accurate vote count may extend beyond that.
From electronic voting machines that don't record the proper candidate who was voted for to fraudulent absentee balloting, there are cracks in the electoral system to allow vote fraud.
In the aftermath of the close results in Monday’s caucuses, the Des Moines Register has called upon the Iowa Democratic Party to audit the results of its caucuses.