Massachusetts State Rep. Admits Something Resembling Voter Fraud (or “Gives a Voice to the Legally Voiceless”)


Now, I know what you’re thinking: “Why does Nic Horton keep writing about voter fraud? Doesn’t he know what voter fraud does not exist? What an idiot.” But let me just tell you a story about something that looks like voter fraud, even though we all know it’s just a fig newton of our imaginations. Deal? Back in December, Massachusetts state Representative Stephen Smith admitted to a voter fraud scheme and announced he would resign from office. As part of the scheme, Smith and friends submitted … [Read more...]

Clark Hall’s War Chest: The Taxpayers! (Corrected)

On Monday, I wrote about the excessive meetings of the Arkansas House’s State Agencies & Governmental Affairs committee.  Undoubtedly, some of you assumed I was making a mountain out of a molehill, so I decided to dig deeper. According to the Arkansas Bureau of Legislative Research, the House State Agencies committee has cost taxpayers $32,702.06 so far this year--and there are still several meetings to go.  Compare this total for roughly 8.5 months of this year to the entirety of last … [Read more...]