Kansas and Arizona scored a big victory on ballot box integrity laws, one that the losing side is already appealing. …..
It’s actually a pretty good read at the link, there’s a lot more to it if you follow the links to the links to links… etc. But, it’s a journey.
In the end, even though the federal government, in all branches, doesn’t wish for this declaration, the question before the court will be “is citizenship required in order to vote?” —- Of course it is. But, because of the inverted application of the Constitution, it has to be asked. Once this in answered, then the question becomes, “how do we ensure this requirement?”
Personally, I don’t care how, as long as it’s ensured.
Kansas has a leg up on this, in that in the 1800s, the peckerheads from Missery would come over and screw with us. We kicked their ass then, and we’ll kick anyone else’ ass who tries. We didn’t care how the nation went back then, and we won’t today, either.
As far as Missery goes, those goofs let us invent a game they tried to compete against us at. They failed so hard that they ran off to other conferences just to avoid the spankage! Just kidding …. Missery followed the money. I wish they hadn’t. I think the rivalry made both teams better. And, it’s not the same, anymore. But, when it came to writing this post, I couldn’t help but think of the old history.