ATLANTA — More than a dozen states have enacted tougher requirements for registering and voting since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned a key provision of the Voting Rights Act three years ago. That has led to confusion and claims that certain …
Ever wonder what would happen if the States gave the courts the finger and proceeded with voter ID? Probably would upset the whole system.
Speaking of which; what would happen if the State refused to condone the 2-party political system and opened it up to any group of five thousand or so true believers to register a political party?
Seg: The Renter opted not to buy the bull whose price doubled. He bought a bull from his uncles herd.
Personally I’d probably have kept the bull Renter sold and taken a chance on the cows backs. I need to bring some pictures of Renters small select herd and post them. It is an impressive group of cows and calves.
Tjat is just as soon as I can figure out how to make my computer accept photos from my camera. Weird things have been happening since windows foisted 360 on me. And after I rejected Windows 10 – which wouldn’t really handle pictures.
The 360 came alone when I tried to buy Office and afer I told them I didn’t want it.
Learn from it.
The problem, of course, with the computer programs is that there is a no return policy implicit in any of it.
From the reaches,