A Republic, If We Can Keep It.

We aim to discover, highlight and help to prevent an array of extraordinary threats to the integrity of the 2020 Election and Transition. Our civic creed is: Let all citizens vote. Let all votes be counted. Let the count stand.

Join Us

The Citizens Firewall

Keeping America Safe for the Future of Our Democracy

Threats Foreign and Domestic

In Episode One of Unconventional Threat, we identify and examine a range of threats, both foreign and domestic, that are endangering the integrity of our democracy. You will hear from: Former Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff, Congressional leaders Rep. Jim McGovern and Sen Bob Menendez, Counter-intelligence experts Asha Rangappa and Malcolm Nance, Former Cybersecurity Czar Richard Clarke, and a host of leading policy experts as they explore and dissect the perils we face as a nation.

Latest News & Updates

KOR Reads

The New York Times: Trump’s Legal Farce Is Having Tragic Results

By Richard L. Hasen Even as the campaign lawsuits brought by President Trump over the 2020 election enter their death throes, many people continue to worry that Mr. Trump will find three Republican legislatures to magically snatch victory from the jaws of defeat. They are concerned that he will pull off an antidemocratic hat trick through maneuvers…
KOR in the News

Wall Street Journal: Trump Campaign Wants States to Override Electoral Votes for Biden. Is That Possible?

By Deanna Paul The Trump campaign is pursuing a strategy to have Republican-run legislatures in battleground states override results favoring President-elect Joe Biden, in an unprecedented bid to alter the outcome of the election. The effort has targeted states such as Michigan, where Mr. Biden is ahead by 156,000 votes but the legislature is controlled…
KOR in the News

Just Security: Navigating a Contested Election, the Electoral Count Act and 12th Amendment: How to Ensure a Fully Counted Outcome

This article was conceived well prior to its publication date of October 7, 2020. It has been made available to political leaders, but was held back from general distribution in deference to a concern that it might discourage the vote or give a patina of legitimacy to the disruptive tactics discussed. Regrettably, the conduct of…