The 24th amendment to the Constitution of the United States reads: The right of citizens of the United States to vote in any primary or other election for President or Vice President, for electors for President or Vice President, or for Senator or Representative in Congress, shall not be denied or abridged by the United
New Orleans mayor C. Ray Nagin has suspended the reopening of New Orleans to residents due to concerns over Hurricane Rita. “The conditions have changed. We have another hurricane approaching us,” Nagin said. Rita, now a Category 1 hurricane, is predicted to enter the Gulf of Mexico and continue gathering strength. At this time it
A whistleblower from within Diebold has come forward and stated that the company not only knows about security problems with its electronic voting machines and central tabulator software, it doesn’t really care. In exclusive stunning admissions to The BRAD BLOG some 11 months after the 2004 Presidential Election, a “Diebold Insider’ is now finally speaking
Updated The New London Development Corporation has reneged on a moratorium on eminent domain actions in Connecticut, telling residents of the Fort Trumbull neighborhood that they must vacate within 90 days and pay rent within that period. “The NLDC’s actions are breathtaking in their arrogance and defiance of the wishes of Governor Rell and Connecticut’s
Fires broke out all over New Orleans Friday as 7,000 troops finally arrived to bring much needed food, water and order to a besieged city. George W. Bush showed up, too. Firefighters were largely unable to do anything but watch structures burn as there is no water pressure in the city available to fight fires.
And now it’s time for the stupidity. The Federal Emergency Management Agency is blocking some 500 airboat pilots from entering New Orleans to assist in rescuing victims still trapped in floodwaters. “We cannot get deployed to save our behinds,’ said Robert Dummett, state coordinator of the Florida Airboat Association. He said the pilots, who range