- There have been just four documented cases of voter fraud . . .
Affecting about 0 000002 percent of the ballots cast We combed through the news-aggregation system Nexis to find demonstrated cases of absentee or in-person voter fraud — which is to say, examples of people getting caught casting a ballot that they shouldn't have cast — during this election
- Light a match to Greg Abbotts ridiculous claim about . . .
Light a match to Greg Abbott's ridiculous claim about 'rampant voter fraud' By W Gardner Selby on Thursday, March 17th, 2016 at 10:18 a m
- How Republicans in North Carolina created a monster . . .
The emails to the North Carolina election board seemed routine at the time "Is there any way to get a breakdown of the 2008 voter turnout, by race (white and black) and type of vote (early and Election Day)?"
- Age fabrication - Wikipedia
Age fabrication occurs when a person deliberately misrepresents his or her true age This is usually done with the intent to garner privileges or status that would not otherwise be available to the person
- All of Donald Trump’s Four-Pinocchio ratings, in one place . . .
This list has been updated as of Nov 3, 2016 There’s never been a presidential candidate like Donald Trump — someone so cavalier about the facts and so unwilling to ever admit error, even in the face of overwhelming evidence As of Nov 3, about 64 percent (59 of 92) of our rulings of his
- 252 Documented Examples of Barack Obama’s Lying . . .
freedomoutpost com August 29, 2013 The following is a contribution from Dan from Squirrel Hill The original title of the article is “Obama supporters will go hysterical over this well sourced list of 252 examples of his lying, lawbreaking, corruption, cronyism, etc ” it’s lengthy, but is a ‘one-stop shop’ for all the dirty details on
- List of scandals with -gate suffix - Wikipedia
This is a list of scandals or controversies whose names include a "-gate" suffix, by analogy with the Watergate scandal, as well as other incidents to which the suffix has (often facetiously) been applied
- Communities — Voices and Insights - Washington Times
As the battles between world powers over the African continent heat up, African nations themselves are going to have to choose Do we attempt to establish democracy and follow the rule of law, or do we go down the path of emulating and colluding with totalitarian nations?