They spoke with election officials inside polling places. After these discussions, white poll watchers were either denied admittance or ejected. White election judges were also removed, under threat of calling the police for trumped-up complaints.
A Maryland court rules that a soldier who does not receive his ballot on time has had his constitutional rights violated, and can sue without waiting for the Department of Justice to act.
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Eric Holder's DOJ isn't interested in making sure our military members' votes are protected and counted, so PJM is gathering evidence to ensure that problems are reported properly and will be fixed.
The many Department of Justice officials behind this debacle should be very nervous about a front-page Washington Post article today that confirms everything I've written about at PJM.
Which do they get: defined benefit pensions, or defined contribution retirement plans? The answer is "yes."
The curtain has been pulled back, and the Department of Justice spin that they are doing everything they can to protect military voters has become a laugh line.
At least 25 IL counties failed to mail military ballots on time, and I have obtained communications from the past week showing the Justice Department never had a clue.
Despite a federal law requiring military ballots to mail by 9/18, military ballots across New York have not mailed as of today. The Justice Department has done nothing but talk about it.
The crack Department of Justice unit set up to protect military voters is beginning to resemble the Keystone Kops operation of 2008. The latest: DOJ's complete failure to ensure that military voters get their 2010 ballots on time.
ABC, NBC, and CBS refuse to cover him. Left-leaning sources report on him with no integrity. PR tactics get employed at the hearing. And the DOJ spokesperson lashes out.
We no longer must consult history for a lawyer-hero willing to take personal risk for sacred principles such as the rule of law and racial equality. Our age can claim Christopher Coates.
A FOIA request reveals contradictions in statements made to Congress, the Civil Rights Commission, and to the public. Some of these statements were made under oath.
Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act will get a constitutional challenge soon, without the nine months of discovery requested by the Obama Justice Department.
The latest example may be the Civil Rights Division’s defense of a lawsuit filed by Shelby County, Alabama, challenging the constitutionality of Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act.
This is a disgrace, plain and simple. Military voters, their families, and veterans organizations should be outraged at the Holder DOJ.
I have sent notice letters to 16 states informing them that they are in violation of the National Voting Rights Act. Private lawsuits may follow if they do not comply. (Update: Don't miss Adams' new interview with Alexis Garcia on PJTV. Click here to watch.)
Protecting the rights of active duty military to have their vote counted is apparently not a priority for this administration.
“Something was going right. Something made us proud."
Twelve states want waivers from having to send ballots to overseas military on time. Call the Pentagon and the DOJ today, and demand they say no.
While election results aren't usually affected, voter fraud is common. And electoral integrity is perhaps more important than the outcome.
Incredibly, the president declined an invitation to this week's Boy Scout National Jamboree, opting to tape an episode of The View instead.
In 2008, some 17,000 servicemen and servicewomen mailed home completed ballots that were never counted. The DOJ barely lifted a finger to prevent or prosecute this travesty. What will happen in 2010?
Judging by the reflexive personal attacks and amateurish legal arguments, they fail to see they undermine their — and our — shared goals: the dismissal will be used by the defense in future civil rights law cases.