Max Avery for State Representative

Supreme Court has Ruled that North Carolina Republicans may Defend the Photo ID Law in Court

According to the US Supreme Court, North Carolina’s Republican legislature may intervene in court to defend a voter ID law they believe the state’s Democratic attorney general is not vigorously defending. “With the November midterm elections just months away, only Liberal Justice Sonia Sotomayor dissents in the case. Justice Neil Gorusch wrote in the opinion “At the heart of this lawsuit lies a challenge to the constitutionality of a North Carolina election law. But the merits of that dispute are not before us, only an antecedent question of civil procedure: Are two leaders of North Carolina’s state legislature entitled to...

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Benefits of a Paper Ballot System for State and National Elections

Benefits of a Paper Ballot System for State and National Elections

The US has approximately 213,768,000 registered voters at the time of this publication. Even though American voting systems have been enhanced for security and functionality on some levels, tampering is still a major possibility. There are a variety of voting laws from state to state, and some states have taken additional steps to secure their elections, but ultimately, any electronic device can be hacked, as shown in a variety of white-hat hacking events surrounding voting machine functionality. Several jurisdictions allow voters to use machines that generate electronic tallies, but no receipt is generated for verification, so accountability is left in...

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Why We Must Focus on Arkansas Identity as a Global Supplier

The global economy continues to grow and the demand for goods and services from the United States remains significant. To remain competitive, companies must look to expand their operations by exporting. Selling internationally allows Arkansas‐based companies to reach new markets and customers while increasing their brand awareness and ultimately driving up their company valuation. Additionally, it can help them to diversify their income streams and reduce their dependence on the domestic market, which can help “weather the storm” in times of a slowed American economy. There are several factors that companies need to consider when exporting, such as market research,...

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Huck Pac Endorses Max Avery

Gov. Mike Huckabee’s Huck PAC Endorse Max Avery for State Representative

Arkansas and National Conservatives stand together behind Max Avery The Max Avery for Arkansas Campaign announced today that former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee’s Huck PAC has endorsed Max Avery for Arkansas State Representative. Huckabee founded Huck PAC in 2008 to help elect conservative candidates and promote conservative principles. Governor Huckabee states, “I believe that America is at a crossroads, and the choices we make in the coming years will determine the future of our country for generations.” In addition to Gov. Huckabee’s PAC endorsement, Avery said, “As we get closer to November 8, we are gaining tremendous momentum. I am...

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Addressing Reintegration and Reducing Recidivism Through Workforce Development

Addressing Reintegration and Reducing Recidivism Through Workforce Development

With limited employment opportunities after release from prison, a significant number of individuals are not able to successfully integrate back into society. There are jobs available for those reintegrating, but oftentimes come with pitfalls such as lower wages due to their criminal history. Although several industries provide great workforce opportunities for those with prior criminal charges, there are still many roadblocks for employment in a wide range of career paths. The quality of jobs and wages are important determinants of recidivism among former prisoners, according to recent evidence. In the US, over two-thirds of ex-prisoners are rearrested within three years...

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Max Avery for State Representative

Is the Tide Turning From Corporate Woke-ism?

Go Woke, Go Broke – it’s been said for awhile now and a few major brands have started to re-think their forced political agenda after suffering losses from their consumer base. It’s becoming increasingly obvious that Americans don’t like the idea of corporations pushing a leftist narrative upon them, and also feel that whatever corporate activism is taking place, is largely in part to phony pandering anyway. A Brunswick Group study, published last year, had data to support that only 36% of voters felt that “companies should speak out on social issues.” To take things a step further, it’s worth...

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The True Cost of Inflation

The True Cost of Inflation

The policy measures that are pushed by the left are packaged to look like they are going to help low and middle income families. On the contrary, the liberal agenda almost always ends up hurting those in the low-to-middle income brackets. Inflation will not affect you much if you are a high earner, and generally speaking, if you own a lot of assets, inflation helps you increase your net worth. The rich get richer as inflation increases as a result of these policies and the lower income earners are left struggling to pay for necessities such as rent, fuel and...

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Understanding the Threat of Critical Race Theory (CRT)

Understanding the Threat of Critical Race Theory (CRT)

The importance of learning from history is vital to preventing society from repeating the same mistakes. Critical Race Theory is one such iteration that has made rapid inroads into American politics, dividing to promote “social justice.” Marxists led by Carl Grunberg at Goethe University in Frankfurt, Germany, organized nearly a century ago with the Institute of Social Research, also known as the ISR. Critical Theory was one of the Frankfurt School’s key weapons against Western civilization. Max Horkheimer, then Director of the ISR, argued in his 1937 essay “Traditional and Critical Theory” that the aim of Critical Theory is to...

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Wikipedia May Remove Content Detailing Mass Killings Under Communist Regimes

Wikipedia May Remove Content Detailing Mass Killings Under Communist Regimes

Wikipedia has a notice on its page covering “Mass Killings under communist regimes” (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mass_killings_under_communist_regimes) that the page is scheduled for deletion because of “neutrality” issues or issues with some details which may not be verifiable. I would challenge that this is a very worthy topic of encyclopaedic merit and something that is a worthy subject for people to be aware of. I am, of course, all in favor of accurate, verified historical reporting on topics. If there are any inaccuracies, then I support removing those items. However, there are many documented, historical events linked to this topic. It seems to...

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Why We Need to End State Income Tax in Arkansas

Why We Need to End State Income Tax in Arkansas

Recently, state income tax has been a topic of discussion for many Arkansans. It is becoming increasingly apparent that we must work to eliminate state income tax in Arkansas so that our state’s economy can grow and remain competitive. Contrary to popular belief, in Western society’s history, income tax is a relatively new concept. There are currently nine states in the U.S. that do not collect income taxes, those being Alaska, Florida, Nevada, New Hampshire, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Washington, and Wyoming. Voters prefer taxes that are simple, transparent, and fair. In addition to decreasing an individual’s motivation, income taxes...

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