What We’re Reading: a daily round-up of quick hits, clips, and opinion pieces touching on key issues of democracy, justice, liberty and national security.
“It is more likely that an individual will be struck by lightning than that he will impersonate another voter at the polls.” Brennan Center report, The Truth About Voter Fraud, continues to be a reliable resource for advocates fighting against voter ID laws.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel columnist Eugene Kane says that Wisconsin’s photo ID law has a “big image problem.”
Mitt Romney received two $1 million contributions from two companies linked to Steve Lund, founder of Nu Skin.
Associated Press: “President Barack Obama is moving at a historic pace to try to diversify the nation’s federal judiciary: Nearly three of every four people he has gotten confirmed to the federal bench are women or minorities.”
Jeffrey Rosen writes for The New York Times on the Supreme Court’s upcoming case on GPS tracking.
Rep. Peter King goes to the U.K. to testify on radicalization, defending his series of hearings examining radicalization in the Muslim community.