Know Your Rights And How To Protect Them

Over Five Decades Ago, Congress Passed The Voting Rights Act Of 1965. It Established Standards To Protect The Voting Rights Of All Qualified U.S. Voters. Contrary To Liberal Psychosis, The Voting Rights Act Applies To Every Voter Equally. It Set Parameters For Each State To Engrain Within Its Voting Laws. To Ensure Equality, The Civil Rights Act Of 1964 Was Passed To Protect The Rights Of Ethnic Minorities. But Its Core Provisions, Like The Voting Rights Act, Protects The Civil Rights Of All Americans Equally. Contrary To Leftist Logic, Neither Of These Gave More Rights To One Group And Less Rights To Another.

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Voting Legislation Heads To U.S. Senate, Would Expand Fed Control Over Election Rules

A New Bill To Significantly Expand Federal Power Over State Elections Is Headed To The U.S. Senate, The Latest In A Traffic Jam Of Controversial Legislation To Be Decided On By Congress.

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Voting Rights: Deep Philosophical Divide Underpins Policy Gulf

Republican Sen. Graham said, “They (Democrats) use the racism card to advance the liberalism agenda. H.R. 1 is sick, not what they’re doing in Georgia.”

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