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Why are the guys on the ground right?
By Mr. David Zanotti

We are not always right. But every now and then the unique perspective of being an organization that lives "on the ground" pays off in big dividends. This is especially true in campaign seasons. Elections are not what the talking heads tell you on television. Sadly that is how most people get their news and make up their minds. However, that sad and depressing reality aside: "Look over here! Listen and hear!"

Whether you are learning about the candidates and tracking the delegate scoreboard at iVoters.com or listening in everyday on The Public Square, we are giving the reports from the front lines. This election of 2016 could not be more important. Making sure you have the facts, the straight stuff, without party bias could not be more critical. We tell you what we hear and witness every day from the ground level. For example, who has been talking about proportional primaries for the last six months? Not FOX News for sure. Who has been talking about the near-inevitability of a brokered convention for the last year? Not CNN or FOX or the networks.

The media makes money writing the story and telling the story. They make money building candidates and campaigns up and then knocking them down. We are not criticizing. This is America, not the Soviet Union. In America the media has the right to be wrong, even fraudulent if not at least laughable. Here we have the right to turn them off and ignore the circus they are creating. But we cannot turn aside from the incredible importance of this election and getting the facts, being equipped, then practicing responsible citizenship. SO....

We hope you keep it tuned in right here on The Public Square an iVoters.com. We won't leave you in the dark. 

Thursday, February 11, 2016, 04:16 PM

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The dance begins
By Mr. David Zanotti

One-Two-Three, One-Two-Three... The dance is made up of steps. So is the Republican Presidential primary process. What the media has refused to report is that the early primaries are all proportional. There are no winner-takes-all states until March 15th. As long as there are three candidates all very close to the top, the delegate count will be near equally divided. Once rhe Republican calendar moves to winner-takes-all primary states, it may not be possible for any of the top three to capture enough states to amass the 1236 delegates needed to win. So keep your eyes on the one-two and three top players. As long as they all have a chance, the dance will continue.

You will find the primary calendar and lots more on the primaries at iVoters.com.


Tuesday, February 02, 2016, 12:11 AM

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The Pot Presidency?
By Mr. David Zanotti

We have all heard of "the accidental Presidency". We are aware of the story of the Manchurian candidate. Now we are poised for a whole new fantasy election about to come true. What happens if the 2016 Presidential election comes down to the legalization of marijuana? Too far fetched? Not hardly. Marijuana proponents are relentless. They have nothing to lose and everything to gain by badgering voters and beating them down into submission. They have tried and failed in Florida. They have tried and failed in Ohio. But in 2016, both these critical swing states will face ballot measures to legalize "medical" marijuana. Of course we all know that the same people backing the medical marijuana measures have and do back recreational use of the drug. There are no surprises here. They get the medical law passed and then pass the recreational law. Incremental progress 101. We all know what they are up to here.

But what most people don't see is that these measures are on the 2016 ballot for a much bigger purpose. They are designed to drive up voter turnout in college-aged communities which traditionally vote for the Progressive Left agenda and candidates. Given that the Presidential races in Ohio and Florida will come down to 100,000 vote margins or less - again in 2016, the pot party plans to win their ballot issues and elect a Progressive Leftist President as well. 

Watch the money. You will see political contributions flow quickly into the hands of the pro-dope committees. Or you won't see it because they will keep it hidden until the smoke of the election clears. 

You can learn more on the real dangers of legalizing marijuana here on The Public Square:


Thursday, January 28, 2016, 10:39 AM

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Planned Parenthood's President part II
By Mr. David Zanotti

Hillary Clinton is doubling down on her belief that Planned Parenthood should be a dominating force of her Presidency. On a recent appearance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Mrs. Clinton cited her support of Planned Parenthood as her number one example of her personal strengths. She described Planned Parenthood's endorsement and pledge of $20 million in these terms:

"That was big because I believe so strongly that we have to fight against these efforts to undermine and demonize the work that Planned Parenthood does, and they know that I'll fight for them and that's exactly what I plan to do..."

Thursday, January 21, 2016, 02:12 PM

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Planned Parenthood's President
By Mr. David Zanotti

Planned Parenthood has made their choice. Their affiliates will spend at least 20 million to elect Hillary Clinton to the Presidency. These are the people who deny the video testimony that some of their affiliates are in the business of selling the body parts of aborted infants. These are the people who will not discuss the video testimony that reveals some "clinics" send body parts to be used as waste fuel in power plants. 

This is the "other side" of the radical feminist agenda, fully supported by the Progressive Left that no one wants you to see. And the fact that Planned Parenthood proudly announces they will spend $20 million to attempt to elect Hillary Clinton is ignored by the radical Left media as well. There is never "too much money in politics" if the funds are coming from the revenues of abortion clinics. 

Here is the story for your personal review from CNN.  www.cnn.com/2016/01/10/politics/clinton-planned-parenthood/



Monday, January 11, 2016, 11:16 AM

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The dance begins
The Pot Presidency?
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Planned Parenthood's President
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