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About Nathaniel Downes

A former candidate for State Representative in Washington state, Nathaniel is a seasoned political writer who brings an analytical and informed eye to politics. He is currently promoting his newest book, "The People's Constitution," now available in both paperback and Kindle.

Meet The GOP Secretary Behind The Brooklyn Voter Purge

April 22, 2016

Voter Purge Sprung In New York In the lead up to the New York Primaries this past week, an alarming situation was discovered when hundreds of thousands of Democratic voters found themselves unable to vote for the candidates they wished.…

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BREAKING: New York Judge Rules For Voters In Last Minute Primary Case

April 19, 2016

New York began disenfranchising millions of its citizens due to a draconian voter registration law. As a result, an emergency lawsuit (CV-16 1892) was filed in Federal District Court Monday by Election Justice USA to enable both independents and newly…

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Sanders: Clinton Buying Election With Laundered Money

April 19, 2016

Superdelegate Votes To The Highest Bidder? At this point in 2008, Superdelegate votes were still primarily uncommitted. Yet in 2016, Hillary Clinton has won well over half of them, often times against the wishes of their state’s voters. How did…

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Clinton Campaign Says No To Debate Until Sanders Changes His ‘Tone’ (VIDEO)

March 28, 2016

Bad tone begins New York debate discussion Fresh from his now 5-state election sweep, Senator Bernie Sanders is making calls for a debate ahead of the New York primary on April 19th. However, rather than seeking to defend her home…

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Here’s Why Major Political Polls Don’t Mean Jack Squat

March 28, 2016

Missing: Polls If you visit polling sites, such as Real Clear Politics, the numbers show a one-sided game for several states. However, if you actually were to check on the figures behind those polls, you’ll find that they are sorely…

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Super Tuesday 3 – Democratic Path To Nomination Still Anybody’s Race

March 15, 2016

SUPER TUESDAY 3 Super Tuesday 3, sounds like a movie title doesn’t it? But, here it is again. Another Tuesday, another bunch of states holding primaries or caucuses in order to help select the next nominee for President of the United…

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Before Loudly Denouncing Trump, Romney Quietly Reactivated Campaign Committees (VIDEO)

March 4, 2016

The Republican party is in serious trouble. Their primary model—with its heavy focus on First Past the Post elections—combined with a candidate field with too many candidates, has resulted in a surge of support for popularity Reality TV star Donald…

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How Much Power Does The President Have? You’d Be Surprised

February 15, 2016

The president’s executive powers. With the passing of Justice Antonin Scalia, there has begun a debate over how much power the President has over our national affairs. The Constitution is clear: The President and the President alone may appoint a Supreme Court justice,…

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Closing With Fake Stalin Quote, Ben Carson Flops In Debate (VIDEO)

February 15, 2016

Ben Carson’s performance in the Presidential Debate on Saturday, February 13th, was nothing if not lackluster. But in his closing statement, the one time pediatric neurosurgeon attempted to make his case by bringing up the late Premier of the Soviet…

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What Is Basic Income, And How Does It Work?

February 2, 2016

Basic Income entered the world consciousness back in 2014 when the people of Switzerland put a referendum on the ballot calling for the nation to guarantee an income to every single citizen of the Alpine nation. This referendum has been…

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