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The Persistent Racist Accusations of the NC NAACP and Its Continued Attempts to Frustrate a Voter ID Law in North Carolina

(Photo source: Associated Press and the Virginian Pilot) by Diane Rufino, December 4, 2018 On November 6, an amendment to the North Carolina constitution requiring voters to present a photo identification for voting in person (the “Voter ID” amendment) passed … Continue reading

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Can NC Enforce its Voter ID Law? What are its Options in Light of the Politically-Motivated 4th Circuit Decision?

        by Diane Rufino, Oct. 7, 2016 Elections and the Collusion of Corruption: The Engineering of Political and Government Tyranny. Its tools are voter fraud and massive collusion of political power. INTRODUCTION – The current generation of Americans … Continue reading

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African-American Police Officer Posts of the Reality of Patrolling in the Inner City

by Diane Rufino, July 13, 2016 Benjamin Spock once wrote: “Most middle-class whites have no idea what it feels like to be subjected to police who are routinely suspicious, rude, belligerent, and brutal.” Robert Kennedy once wrote: “Every society gets … Continue reading

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A Deliberate and Tragic Act of Racism

by Diane Rufino, July 9, 2016 In a deliberate and calculated act of racism, a black man ambushed and gunned down five Dallas police officers and injured seven more.  I watched on TV how the police community and concerned citizens … Continue reading

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NULLIFICATION: The Power to Right Constitutional Wrongs

    by Diane Rufino, July 9, 2015 THOMAS JEFFERSON wondered how the country would respond in the case its government passed a law that was clearly unconstitutional. As Secretary of State under our first president, George Washington, he already … Continue reading

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