SYRIZA won 149 seats out of 300 in Greek parliament with more than 75 percent of voters already tallied. While the coalition did not gain the majority, it basically achieved a massive victory after the assault by European elites warning Greeks not to vote for SYRIZA. Thirty-six percent of Greeks voted for the coalition compared to 28 percent [...]
|By: Attaturk Friday October 24, 2014 1:30 am|
Given the unimpeachable integrity of the claimants, it is hard to believe that FoxNews failed to stretch it’s string of time without a factual error beyond the then-existing 7 consecutive minutes when this was proclaimed…
|By: Attaturk Friday October 3, 2014 1:30 am|
3000. This is more like it…unless they pass enough voter restrictions quick.
|By: Attaturk Tuesday July 22, 2014 1:30 am|
Yeah, that spending on ads is not exactly aimed at getting people to vote.
|By: Dennis Trainor Jr Monday June 9, 2014 8:00 pm|
More than half of respondents in this survey, released by Harvard University’s Institute of Politics, said they think elected officials don’t share their priorities, and almost two-thirds said elected officials seem motivated by selfish reasons. Less than a quarter of the millennials polled said they will definitely be voting in November
|By: DSWright Friday February 14, 2014 10:25 am|
Tom Perkins, member and apparently self-appointed spokesman for the top 1%, has moved beyond claiming those that support progressive taxation are Nazis and on to calling for an end to universal suffrage.
From a plush chair at the Commonwealth Club of San Francisco, Perkins said those who can not pay taxes should not be able to vote and those who pay more taxes should have more votes.
|By: Attaturk Tuesday November 5, 2013 2:30 am|
Well it’s another off-year election day, and what better day than for people who do not actually want voters to, y’know vote.
|By: deft Friday October 25, 2013 7:12 pm|
In case you missed it, 16-year olds can now vote in local elections in Takoma Park, MD beginning this November. (Audio clip at link below.) Research indicates that earlier voting may help build stronger turnout among younger voters. Federal elections require a voter to be 18 years of age in the US.**