Black Skin Privilege: Justifying Voter Fraud

My article from the Aug. 12, 2015 issue of FrontPageMag: Black Skin Privilege: Justifying Voter Fraud By Matthew Vadum Editor’s note: The following is the fourth article in the FrontPage series “Black Skin Privilege,” based on the Freedom Center pamphlet “Black Skin Privilege and the American Dream” by David Horowitz and John Perazzo. (Read Part I here, Part II here, and Part III here.) Black Americans today receive preferential treatment in the realm of elections and voting rights because the Left needs them to acquire and keep political power. To left-wingers it’s 1815, not 2015. Blacks today are unquestionably full citizens unhindered by officially-sanctioned … Continue reading Black Skin Privilege: Justifying Voter Fraud

Voter Fraud Redefined

Here’s my November 8, 2012 column from American Thinker: Voter Fraud Redefined By Matthew Vadum Voter fraud ain’t what it used to be. Left-wingers have been deliberately dumbing down the definition for years. In all my years as a journalist covering American politics, I have understood that voter fraud, a phrase coined by lawyers, was a blanket term that refers to a host of election-related offenses.  Lawyers frequently make up terms for specialty areas — for example, elder law, environmental law, probate law, and wrongful dismissal law. Voter fraud, also known as vote fraud, election fraud, and electoral fraud, refers to the … Continue reading Voter Fraud Redefined

NAACP Takes Over Houston Polling Place

My post from the American Thinker blog today: NAACP Takes Over Houston Polling Place By Matthew Vadum There are credible reports that NAACP activists took over a Houston, Texas, polling station, urged voters to vote for the Obama-Biden presidential ticket, and also gave them rewards to do so. Poll watcher Eve Rockford said members of the left-wing so-called civil rights group appeared at the early polling place wearing NAACP-labeled clothing and 50 cases of bottled water.  The activists handed out the water bottles to individuals standing in line waiting to vote.  They were also “stirring the crowd” and “talking to voters … Continue reading NAACP Takes Over Houston Polling Place