The flyer claims to be written on behalf of the organizers of the Women’s March, open internet nonprofit Fight for the Future, along with the porn sites RedTube and PornHub. All of these organizations and companies supported Wednesday’s Net Neutrality Day of Action, which spawned rallies across the U.S. … [Read more...] about Alt-Right Claims Net Neutrality Promotes ‘Satanic Porn’ in Planted Flyers
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President TrumpDonald John TrumpTed Cruz, longtime fan of 'The Princess Bride,' swipes at cast members' plans to reunite to raise money for Democrats Trump casts wide net in Labor Day press conference Biden vows to be 'strongest labor president you've ever had' MORE on Tuesday encouraged voters in Florida to vote by mail, saying the state's election system is “safe and secure” after weeks of assailing efforts to expand mail-in voting by claiming that it would invite large-scale fraud. … [Read more...] about Trump shifts, encourages vote by mail — in Florida
This election year is unique. Because of the virus, many voters may prefer to vote by mail rather than risk their health by going to the polls. Mail-in and absentee ballots are not ordinarily a factor in national elections, but this year they could prove decisive. Election rules are governed by state law. And in the seven swing states there are laws that mail-in ballots, even though postmarked prior to November 3, if received by the election authorities after November 3, will be ignored. Polls show that many of these states will go blue if all the votes are fairly counted, but that they could readily go red if most of the mail-in vote is not. And the Post Office warns that many mail-in votes will not arrive in time. … [Read more...] about Voting by mail: Are we really playing with fire?
In-person voting will still be available this year, but it’s going to be different, according to Padilla. There will be masks, hand sanitizer and social distancing, he said. In-person voting might be necessary if a person lost their ballot or made a mistake on the one they received. … [Read more...] about California Secretary of State Discusses Voting, Safe Access During November Election
"From the moment Novak was out of the tournament, it was clear that there's going to be a new Grand Slam champion," said Thiem, who topped Zverev in Melbourne in five sets. "From that moment on, that was also out of my mind. I was just focusing on the remaining guys left in the draw. … [Read more...] about Zverev reaches first Grand Slam final after comeback win at US Open, will face Thiem