Teachers have been dealing with the specter of Donald Trump long before he was actually elected President of the United States. They’ve apologized for assigning the presidential debates as homework, faced frighteningly emboldened bullies, and comforted the terrified children of immigrants. This was imagined, by many,…
It’s election day here in the United States, and that means there are bound to be more technical screw ups at polling places. The screw ups actually started with early voting but they’re bound to get worse as Americans finally head to the polling station in droves.
There’s no mystery about this site’s political leanings, and probably somewhat less public interest in who we’re voting for. Despite that, we thought it would be worthwhile on principle to follow our friends at Reason and Slate and go on record with our voting preferences, partly because it’s a worthwhile thing to let…
David Ortiz came in third in Boston's mayoral election: He received the most of the 560 write-in votes. Eh, he speaks better English than Menino. [WGBH]
It's Election Day in America, that rare and hallowed opportunity for constituents to turn the wheels of democracy, make the country a better place, and for at least one concerned citizen, impress the #BillsMafia by throwing away his vote.
You should vote today: Current and former Texans players are spending the day driving elderly voters to the polls. [Pepper on Sports]
Everyone is talking about politics today because Election Day is tomorrow. If you work in the sports industry in some capacity, however, you are required by internet moron law not to talk about anything but sports. Some examples: