President Ronald Reagan is famous for saying, “The trouble with our liberal friends is not that they’re ignorant; it’s just that they know so much that isn’t so.” Boy, has this now time-honored conservative adage proven to be true, not only over the span of the several decades since but particularly over the last five years. Of course, it’s worthy of mention that in this time our “liberal” friends have evolved into hard-line leftists, although they are certainly no more familiar with what “is so” than their perhaps somewhat more genuinely liberal predecessors. When it comes to the issue that our liberal friends refer to as “voter suppression,” Reagan’s famous phrase could not possibly be more applicable. For the last several years the Democratic Party and far leftists (or do I repeat myself?) have confidently declared that voter ID laws are a form of race-based voter suppression. Stunningly, millions of Americans actually buy this line without stopping to consider that the charge that requiring voters to varnish an ID at a voting booth will only impact voters of color is a quintessential example of the definitively racist bigotry of low expectations.