Reading Time: 7 minutes Could Vladimir Putin’s hackers pick the next US president? We looked into the possibility a year ago and here is what we found.
Reading Time: < 1 minute WhoWhatWhy readers will recognize the Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach as the antagonist in election activist Beth Clarkson’s fight for voting transparency.But Kobach isn’t just opposed to verifying election results. He is also no fan of commies and has a pretty broad definition of who is included in that group.In a speech to reporters Read More
Reading Time: 2 minutes Election integrity activist Beth Clarkson won a battle in Kansas this week but it put her at risk of losing the war. However, her court case shows people are beginning to pay attention.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Our automated vote recording and tabulation system cannot be trusted. At least that’s what one statistician thinks, and she is not staying silent about it. Here is the story of how one person took on the bureaucracy in order to protect the integrity of our democracy.
Reading Time: 7 minutes When people think of election theft, many assume that means individuals taking measures up to and including the moment that votes are cast. However, experts agree that thanks to the increasing reliance on electronic voting and vote-counting, the very infrastructure itself is also vulnerable — to attacks from the outside. This could include foreign powers pursuing their own agenda.
Reading Time: 3 minutes A new study has shown that Google could have an enormous impact on elections if the company were to tweak its algorithm to favor certain candidates.
Reading Time: 2 minutes How many 2016 presidential candidates have thwarted the law through their campaigning efforts?
Reading Time: 3 minutes Watch out Pope Francis, because Jeb Bush says you’re overstepping your bounds. After a leaked copy of Pope Francis’ encyclical revealed the pontiff’s intention of warning citizens about global warming and calling for governments to reduce their use of fossil fuels, Bush was quick to criticize. “I hope I’m not going to get castigated for Read More