Oklahoma Voters Approve Ban on Islamic Law

November 4, 2010

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (CNN) — A ban on U.S. courts considering Sharia law passed overwhelmingly in Oklahoma on November 2, the day of the mid-term elections. The man responsible for getting the issue on the ballot, State Representative Rex Duncan. The Republican argued that the measure “will constitute a pre-emptive strike against Shariah law coming…

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Die Würfel sind gefallen – Wahlen in den USA

November 3, 2010

Nach den gestrigen Wahlen, den sog. “mid term elections” in den USA stehen auch in Georgia, North Carolina und anderen Staaten politische Änderungen bevor. In Georgia: Ex-Congressabgeordneter Nathan Deal von den Republikanern gewann gegen den Kandidaten und Ex-Governor von Georgia Roy Barnes. Damit stellt sich die Frage inwieweit Nathan Deal den Staat wirtschaftlich voranbringen will.…

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Federal Court Overturns Part of Arizona Voting ID Law

October 27, 2010

On Tuesday the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco ruled against an Arizona law that requires residents to prove their U.S. citizenship to register to vote, but upheld a part of the same law that mandates residents to show identification before voting. Click here to read more. For more information on immigration law…

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Every Vote Counts!

October 22, 2010

Can’t make it to the polls on Tuesday, November 2 to cast your vote? No problem! Early voting is open all over North Carolina and Georgia. NORTH CAROLINA This year’s midterm elections on Tuesday, November 2 will determine the outcome of a U.S. Senate race, all 13 North Carolina congressional seats, all North Carolina Senate…

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