A judge granted Michigan’s Republican-controlled legislature the right to appeal a court decision that allows the state to count absentee ballots for 14 days after the election. Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel spoke to “Red and Blue” anchor Elaine Quijano about the decision.
Source: CBS, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel on absentee ballot ruling
An orphaned mountain lion cub is recovering from burn injuries after being rescued from California’s Zogg Fire.
Source: CNN, An orphaned mountain lion cub is rescued from a California wildfire
Court Allows Justice Department Lawsuit Against Bolton to Proceed
Source: 8kun Notables, Court Allows Justice Department Lawsuit Against Bolton to Proceed
I’m used to it!
>@realDonaldTrump this debate will be another 2 vs 1.
Source: 8kun Notables, POTUS: I’m used to it!
militarytimes.com – HARRISBURG, Pa. — It appears that an election worker’s decision to throw out nine military ballots in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, amounted to a mistake and not “intentional fraud,” the state’s top el…
Source: Defense TV, 9 discarded military ballots weren’t fraud, Pennsylvania election chief says
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National Democratic Institute
Putin banned the org along with other soros backed NGOs
Pro-Democracy Nonprofit Is Banned in Russia
By Ivan Nechepurenko
March 11, 2016
MOSCOW — A nonprofit group that promotes democracy has become the latest American-linked group to be banned in Russia under restrictions on “undesirable” organizations signed into law by President Vladimir V. Putin in May.
The office of Russia’s prosecutor general on Thursday outlawed the group, the National Democratic Institute, claiming in a statement that the it posed “a threat to the foundations of Russia’s constitutional order and national security.”
The restrictions on so-called undesirable organizations are meant to limit the influence of outside groups in Russia and to prevent what the Kremlin worried might be a foreign-sponsored uprising against the government.
Russians are barred from working with organizations deemed to fall under the law, and the offices of such groups in Russia have been shut and their assets frozen. With the National Democratic Institute, five organizations have now been added to the list, all American-linked. They include the nonprofit National Endowment for Democracy, and the Open Society Foundations, a group founded by the billionaire George Soros to help countries make the transition from Communism. The MacArthur Foundation, which is based in Chicago and which awards grants for activities related to higher education, human rights and limiting the proliferation of nuclear weapons, closed its offices in Russia in July.
Activists in Russia and farther afield have denounced the law as another government measure to stifle civil rights.
Kenneth Wollack has been actively involved in foreign affairs, journalism and politics over the past four decades. He served as the president of the National Democratic Institute (NDI), a nongovernmental organization dedicated to advancing democracy worldwide, and one of the NED’s four core institutes. Wollack retired from NDI in September 2018.
Source: 8kun Notables, Diggz on Keneth Wollack: Co-chair of The Commission On Presidential Debates
IT’S ON: Sandmann’s Lawyer to Sue Joe Biden for Calling Kyle Rittenhouse a White Supremacist
Joe Biden Slammed Kyle Rittenhouse as a ‘White Supremacist.’ He Got More Than He Bargained For…
Source: 8kun Notables, IT’S ON: Sandmann’s Lawyer to Sue Joe Biden for Calling Kyle Rittenhouse a White Supremacist