Convicted felons

Should Felons Govern the Law-Abiding?

Should people still serving a sentence for felony crimes be electing our judges, sheriffs, prosecutors and lawmakers? The American Civil Liberties Union thinks so and aims to circumvent Minnesota’s law and Constitution with a lawsuit filed last month. The ACLU is asking the court to grant voting rights to violent, corrupt or potentially dangerous criminals who are still serving time

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The Mandalorian

The Mandalorian

A Spoiler-Free Review of the Mandalorian Premier After years of buying up valuable entertainment properties, Disney finally became ready to launch its own streaming media service to compete with the likes of Netflix and Amazon Prime.  I was a “founder,” having signed up before the November 12th launch date. I subscribed for only one reason: The Mandalorian. The Mandalorian is

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Thank You, Veterans

Monday, November 11th is Veterans Day. While Antifa, Occupy and related protest groups who call themselves “the 99%” don’t seem to have jobs, responsibilities or any inclination towards serving anyone but themselves, veterans organizations quietly remind us that those who’ve volunteered for military service are “the less than 1%.” We should always be grateful for the men and women who signed up

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Felon in Handcuffs

Non-Citizen Charged with 13 Counts Absentee Voter Fraud

22-year-old non-citizen Abdihakim Amin Essa of Minneapolis has been charged with 13 counts of felony voter fraud occurring ahead of the 2018 elections. He was alleged to falsify at least 13 absentee ballots on behalf of other people and himself. Essa claims to be employed by a candidate’s campaign committee, but Hennepin County prosecutors have so-far declined to reveal the

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MN Supreme Court Chamber

Supreme Court to Hear Voter Data Case on Election Day

The Minnesota Supreme Court has set a (public) hearing date for oral arguments in Minnesota Voters Alliance v. Secretary of State Steve Simon:  Tuesday, November 5 (Election Day), 2019, at 9:00 AM, in the 2nd floor courtroom at the State Capitol Building, 75 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, St. Paul, MN 55155. MVA v. Simon is a landmark

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Healing Strategies After Narcissistic Abuse

How I Engaged in Recovery from Narcissistic Abuse For the first couple months after I left my abusive relationship, all I could really do was survive. I was having a moral and spiritual crisis and I was viewing the world with new cynical and suspicious eyes. I retreated. It wasn’t until I began to look at  my condition more scientifically

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Lisa's Presentation on the Climate Catastrophe

Greta, the Simpsons Already did It

In 2007, acolytes of the global warming religion were already in a full court press to gin up panic and support for their sacrificial causes, but on balance, society was still savvy enough to harbor some skepticism (coincidentally, GlobalClimateScam.com began in 2007). Screeds about the coming environmental catastrophe were even lampooned. Matt Groening and his gang served up an on-the-nose

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About DanMcGrath.net

From 2008 through 2016, I served as executive director and then president of the non-profit activist group,  Minnesota Majority. Personal tribulations and funding trouble ultimately led to the dissolution of that organization. Since then,  I’ve been involved as an advisor and communications officer with the Minnesota Voters Alliance, where the fight for election integrity continues. I’ve been personally maintaining some

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What is the Secretary of State Hiding?

Calling the secretary of state’s position “untenable,” Ramsey County judge Frisch granted summary judgement to the Minnesota Voters Alliance in its Data Practices Act lawsuit and ordered the immediate release of public election data. A year later, the fight continues. After a three-judge court of appeals panel unanimously rejected the secretary’s appeal, the landmark case is moving through the Minnesota

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