Daily Archives: October 14, 2008

Talking About “Voter Fraud”

In the comment thread to the last post, Whatever commenter JJS has practical things to say about voter fraud and decertification, which I am am reposting wholly now to give them bigger play: The problem with voter fraud and “decertifying” first time registered voters is that if any charge of either of these is made, […]

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One President at a Time

Via Instapundit, I found this, from Rick Moran, on the matter of what the proper response should be if the “other guy” (in his case, Obama) wins the election: You can talk about “voter fraud” and “stealing elections” all you want but the fact remains that if Obama is certified by the electoral college and […]

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The Big Idea: Matthew Stover

Here’s why I know that “handselling” — the act of someone saying to you “Dude, you have to buy this book” and then putting the book into your hands — actually works: A couple years ago, when I did an appearance at the Joseph-Beth bookstore in Cincinnati, the science fiction buyer for the store and […]

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