Voting

Requiring a photo id to vote: civil right infringement or common sense?
Requiring a photo id to vote: civil right infringement or common sense?
Is requiring a photo id to vote a civil rights infringement that prevents minorities and the poor from voting, or is it a common sense measure that helps prevent voter fraud?  John Fund from the American Spectator has written extensively on the issue, and was a guest on Laura Ingraham's radio show today (weekdays Noon--3pm, Flint's Newstalk 1470, WFNT)...
Saudi Arabian Women Granted the Right to Vote
Saudi Arabian Women Granted the Right to Vote
King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz al-Saud of Saudi Arabia announced Sunday that women will now be permitted to vote and run for elected office. In addition, they will participate in the next session of the unelected, advisory Shura Council. To American women, who’ve had the right to vote for nearly a century, the king’s proclamation may seem overdue and even quaint. In a country, however, where women st