4/8: ACRU Policy Board Member Hans von Spakovsky and Roger Clegg explain why felons should not have their voting rights restored so easily.
Former prison inmates canvass voters and press for the ACLU’s radical agenda.
It will be up to Congress to fix this mess and amend the 24-year-old Motor Voter law. Reforming ObamaCare will feel like a walk in the park by comparison, but the stakes are just as high.
City Ignores Federal Law, Keeps Thousands of Felons on Voter Rolls.
Felons should be allowed to vote, but not until they have proven they are now willing to abide by society's rules.
I’ve been a lawyer for a long time and I can’t ever remember seeing a motion filed to hold a governor in contempt.
How long before a McAuliffe-favored-felon seeks a court order restoring his right to own a gun?
Virginia's Gov. Terry McAuliffe recently signed an executive order restoring the right to vote for all 206,000 Virginia felons who have completed their terms of incarceration and supervised probation.
Giving violent felons the automatic right to vote is not morally defensible.
A Justice Department division will no longer refer to people released from prison as “felons” or “convicts” because of the stigmatizing effects of the terms.