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Author Archives: John Bambenek

John Bambenek is a political activist and computer security expert. He has his own company Bambenek Consulting in Champaign, IL that specializes in digital forensics and computer security investigations.

Illinois Introduces “Permission Slip Democracy” with Governor Recall Amendment

Illinois recall amendment would require voters ask for permission from politicians before holding a governor accountable. Read More »

Card Check, Black Panthers and the Democrat War on the Secret Ballot

Illinois Attorney General argues in court that voters have no right to a secret ballot on Election Day. Read More »

Democrats will have Buyers’ Remorse over Specter

Senator Specter's party-jumping stunt will cost the Democrats in elections to come. Read More »

Seller’s Remorse: Banks Regretting Acquiescing to “Good Enough Nationalization”

Banks which took federal money are regretting they accepted deals that allow government unilaterally to change terms after the fact. Read More »

The Party of Hate and Sexism

Governor Sarah Palin is named as McCain's running mate; Democrats spew disgusting sexist remarks in response. Read More »

A Republican Renaissance in Alaska? David Cuddy Challenges Ted “Bridge to Nowhere” Stevens

Senator Stevens is the poster-child of all that went wrong with the Republican Party. David Cuddy is the cure. Read More »

Book Review: The Case Against Barack Obama by David Freddoso

David Freddoso's thorough, fact-based treatment of Obama's career shows that he is just another Chicago politician. Read More »

Sandbox Politics

The Republican "revolt" in the House is no way to advance a sound energy policy. Read More »

Is Obama Afraid of Change for Illinois?

The Obama campaign is telling Illinois, "No, you can't" to fixing our broken state. Read More »

Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition: Supreme Court Rules for Gun Rights

In a 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court has ruled that individuals have the right to own firearms for self-defense and hunting. Read More »