National

CITIZENS UNITED TO BUY DEMOCRACY

With the advent of the 2018 midterm elections, a great deal of media attention will focus on the effect of PAC spending upon all levels of government races. A recent Wisconsin supreme court judgeship was the subject of spending by… Read More ›

U P D A T E S . . .

HELLER AND GUN CONTROL “Justice Scalia would be proud,” wrote Judge William Young of the Massachusetts Federal District Court in referring to Justice Antonin Scalia’s 5-4 majority opinion in the 2008 case of District of Columbia v. Heller. VoxFairfax offered commentary… Read More ›

RESISTING THE REPETITION OF HISTORY

In 1964, the 24th Amendment outlawed the poll tax in federal elections but four states retained the restriction—Alabama, Mississippi, Texas, and Virginia. The year prior, Annie E. Harper was among a group of Fairfax residents who filed suit challenging the… Read More ›