Robert Madsen, A Summary of the Texas Election Lawsuit

By Robert Madsen Texas claims that the presidential elections as held (and as directed by government officials outside the legislature) in Pennsylvania, Georgia, Wisconsin, and Michigan all flagrantly violated their own election laws by materially weakening or doing away with security measures.  Further, according to the U.S. Constitution, the legislature (representing the citizens) of each state has absolute authority and responsibility for how presidential electors are chosen; the will of legislature being expressed through state law. Texas claims that the violations of election law in these states created an environment where…

There is Undeniable Mathematical Evidence the Election is Being Stolen

By The Red Elephants According to CBS News, President Trump does not plan to concede in the event that the media declares Joe Biden the winner of the election, and elected the 46th president of the United States. The Trump campaign and it’s top advisers called for multiple lawsuits on the grounds that the ongoing vote count would result in tallying illegally cast ballots. The lawsuits will amount to an aggressive effort to highlight anomalies, statistical impossibilities, or other perceived problems that could affect vote counts before a final presidential winner…

Dane County to Require Face Masks even Indoors! A Response to this Act of Stunning Stupidity

Jim Fetzer Janel (Heine) Heinrich, Director-Public Health Madison & Dane County at Dane County / City of Madison, has a Ph.D. (ABD) in Public Health from the University of Illinois at Chicago (2004-2008), an M.A. in Latin American Studies from Cal State San Diego (2000-2003) and an M.P.H. (Mater of Public Health) from the same institution of higher learning. In spite of her educational background, she has just issued a stunningly stupid order requiring face masks be worn INDOORS in Dane County, Wisconsin, where I reside near Madison. Here’s part…

NEW MARQUETTE LAW SCHOOL POLL FINDS SHIFTS IN WISCONSIN PUBLIC OPINION FAVORABLE TO PRESIDENT TRUMP ON IMPEACHMENT AND PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION PREFERENCES

Please note: Complete Poll results and methodology information can be found online at law.marquette.edu/poll MILWAUKEE – Even as hearings that could lead to President Donald Trump’s impeachment heat up, a new Marquette University Law School poll of Wisconsin registered voters finds consistent, if sometimes modest, shifts in public opinion away from support of impeachment and toward supporting Trump in next year’s presidential election For example, Trump holds small leads over each of four top Democratic candidates for president in head-to-head matchups in the new survey, while three of the Democrats held…