25 Reasons Why Voter Identification Laws Are Unconstitutional (Courtesy of Wisconsin)

May 9, 2014

Did you ever wish you lived in a world where there were neutral arbiters of the facts? People who would take in the various arguments in favor of and against a particular policy, find out the facts about those arguments and make a decision that reflects reality as closely as possible? 

In theory, there are places where this is supposed to happen. Schools, newsrooms, courtrooms. Too often, though, partisanship, ideology and money get in the way of that truth-seeking process. 

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