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Chief Justice John Roberts speaks at the Federal Circuit Judicial Conference, Monday, April 11, 2016, in Washington. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

It is time for states to end this tyranny by reasserting their own rights.

By Dan Gelernter, American Greatness, September 7, 2021

As a few American Greatness writers, and many of its readers, have pointed out: If our votes don’t count, nothing else matters. Election fraud should be the top subject in our minds every single day.

Last week, a brilliant piece by Ted McCartney suggested we march on Washington, D.C.—peacefully, but in huge numbers—with just a single demand: A constitutional amendment that requires all voting to take place in-person, on Election Day, with voter ID, on paper ballots, and that the ballots be counted that same evening on live-streamed television under the watchful eyes of as many in-person observers as want to be there. …