The distance between stating something as fact and strongly implying it is fact appears to be wide when it comes to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. Their PolitiFact operation put this Tammy Baldwin tweet to its “truth-o-meter” test: Voter turnout in 2016 was reduced by approx. 200,000 votes because of WI’s photo ID laws. We need to […]
According to Smart Money Daily, there are four functions of an effective headline: To grab the readers attention. To pre-screen or select your readers. Deliver a complete message. Draw a reader into the story. Let’s take a closer look at #3: If you realize that many more people will read your headlines than will read […]
One of the stunners in what has been described, repeatedly, by the media as Donald Trump’s stunning victory over Hillary Clinton November 8 was the GOP nominee carrying the state of Wisconsin. Ronald Reagan last accomplished the feat in 1984 and Democrats are attempting to blame Wisconsin’s Photo ID requirement to vote for breaking their […]
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While liberals celebrate a federal judges dissenting opinion on Wisconsin’s voter ID law, Media Trackers takes a closer look at the data and sources Judge Posner cities.
“A typical voter who needs an ID, however, must educate him or herself on these requirements in some other way,” Adelman wrote. “Although this maybe easy for some, for others, especially those with lower levels of education, it will be harder.”
In his opinion, Adelman essentially declares that there is nothing the legislature can do to fix the Voter ID law and comply with his decision.
Before federal judge Lynn Adelman struck down Wisconsin’s Voter ID law, Republican senators were warned by the state Department of Justice that the law likely wouldn’t pass scrutiny.
By: Brian Sikma Late Thursday, the Wisconsin Supreme Court declared that it would not hear arguments in two cases challenging the state’s photo ID law before election day. In an anonymous order the Court said that it was declining the motion of the Attorney General to bypass the appellate courts and take up the photo […]
By Collin Roth According to Jason Stein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, “Convictions of voter fraud in Wisconsin in recent years have not kept pace with Republican claims of its prevalence in the state.” So despite real cases of voter fraud, a crime with a very high burden of proof, Mr. Stein and his paper have […]