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A. Benjamin Mannes

Jan 8, 2021
Could the US Capitol Incident Be Prevented?
After a day of protests and rallies on the National Mall and U.S. Capitol lawn, a mob mentality swept the crowd of thousands once word had spread that Vice President Mike Pence would not overturn the certification of the 2020 Presidential Election.

Dec 10, 2020
When Policy Is Reversed Out of Spite – America Loses
Signs of these potential harms are projected in the Cabinet picks and policy goals of the Biden transition team.

Nov 11, 2020
Assuring Integrity In a Divided Nation Begins With Transparency
President Trump is able to point to his election night numbers and claim, rightfully, that his votes are legitimate because the majority of his voters appeared, in person, to physically vote. It's important for the Biden campaign to prove their mail-in votes are legitimate.

Oct 31, 2020
Journalism Must Leave Politicizing, Return to Reporting
Newsrooms are omitting contextual information about incidents and the law, which paint a slanted narrative of systemic injustice that seeks to incite protests that can easily lead to violence and property damage.

Oct 19, 2020
Reconciliation of Ballots Mandates DOJ Halt Mail-In Voting
The U.S. Justice Department should seek an immediate injunction to halt mass mail-in voting, and require Americans to seek requested absentee ballots or cast their vote at socially-distanced polling places on election day.

Oct 8, 2020
The Political Risks of DC and Puerto Rico Statehood
It is important to recognize that these two places are not alike in almost any way.

Sep 18, 2020
Despite Media Support, Voters Do Not Support Ongoing Rioting, Protests
As voters started to notice the difference between the narrative of "peaceful protests" portrayed by the mainstream media and the destructive anarchy holding cities hostage, the racial protest narrative spawned by Democrats it is becoming a problem.

Aug 26, 2020
Knee Jerk Police Reforms are Unconstitutional, Dangerous
New Jersey’s top court limited civilians’ ability to investigate the police in a ruling that sets up a broader fight in the state legislature, and in other jurisdictions.

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