In response to:

League of One-Sided Women Voters

Moonglowalso Wrote: Oct 25, 2012 10:29 PM
I am a long-time LWV member but haven''t renewed my membership this year. The League came out strongly against voter ID this year. Members who went to the League's national convention told me that Holder was given a standing ovation after making a presentation against voter ID. I do not see that this is presenting both sides of an issue at all. I often wonder if I'm the only person in the group that's going to vote Republican in November.

The League of Women Voters boasts that it presents "unbiased nonpartisan information about elections, the voting process, and issues." Phyllis Loya always assumed that meant the organization believed in presenting both sides of issues to its members, but recently she discovered she was wrong.

In 2005, Alexander Hamilton, 18, and Andrew Moffett, 17, robbed a Wells Fargo branch in a Pittsburg, Calif., Raley's supermarket. Loya's son, Larry Lasater, then 35, was the cop who had the bad luck to find them after they crashed a stolen getaway car. As Lasater chased the suspects, Hamilton fired four shots that killed...