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Devastating Early Voting Trend in Delaware


Thus far in Delaware, there have been ZERO early votes cast. Not a single one.

That figure is the same across all demographics. The zero early votes from African Americans is particularly worrying, since white Republicans have managed to match that number.

It matches the trend from both 2008 and 2012.

They did find one new Clinton email...



Analysts are working on what that message might mean.

Melania's circumstances of entry are not about Melania...



It is more appropriately about the sex trafficking trade in Eastern European women generally - which is what these "modeling" arrangements are about.

Or if it is not "modeling", it is "housekeeping" work promised to young women whose travel is arranged, and they are driven from the airport directly to some sort of exploitive arrangement to pay their debt to those who arranged it.

That's what this is about.

Lawsuit filed in New York against Trump and Clinton to postpone election


This one's a winner:

http://ia801500.us.archive.org/29/items/gov.uscourts.nywd.109328/gov.uscourts.nywd.109328.1.0.pdf

"The 2016 election is a mockery of the United States Constitution and as such violates the Constitutional Right of every citizen of the United States. The candidates running For president of the United States will not be reliable to fulfill the role of Chief of State. The President is the "boss" for millions nf government workers. a Chief Diplomat, a Chief Executive, Commander in Chief, a Legislature Leader, Chief nf Party and a Guardian of Economy. Neither of the candidates running for the Presidential seat shows that they can handle the position. The character of both candidates falls far below the standersmandated as a person representing the people; Neither candidate displays the ability to act as a lawyer to represent our Nation and protect the citizens of the United States."

...and that's just for openers.

Oh well, I guess the election is off.

"I bought the website Trump.org. Then Donald Trump came after me."


If you enjoyed the New York Times response to a Trump cease & desist letter, then you might like this article about a domain name registrant who was threatened by Trump.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/posteverything/wp/2016/11/03/i-bought-the-website-trump-org-then-donald-trump-came-after-me/

"The legal threats were empty, because I never intended to use the site to profit from Trump’s name. Instead, my use of the domain was for a noncommercial opinionated “gripe site” about Trump. There’s legal precedent in favor of gripe-site owners over trademark holders."


A Blast From the Past - Bush Administration Raises "Terror Threat Level" Days Before 2004 Election


There is no question what Comey's up to. This is a play from the same book:

http://www.nbcnews.com/id/32501273/ns/us_news-security/t/ridge-says-he-was-pressured-raise-terror-alert/

WASHINGTON — Former Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge claims in a new book that he was pressured by other members of President George W. Bush's Cabinet to raise the nation's terror alert level just before the 2004 presidential election.

Ridge says he objected to raising the security level despite the urgings of former Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld and then-Attorney General John Ashcroft, according to a publicity release from Ridge's publisher. He said the episode convinced him to follow through with his plans to leave the administration; he resigned on Nov. 30, 2004.

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“There was absolutely no support for that position within our department. None,” he writes. “I wondered, ‘Is this about security or politics?’ Post-election analysis demonstrated a significant increase in the president’s approval rating in the days after the raising of the threat level.

BREAKING - SHOCKER - HILLARY CLINTON IS STEPPING DOWN!!!!

What were Galileo's balls made of?


Now I realize that the story of him dropping balls from a tower is most likely mythical.

But in his experiments involving ramps, balls and a water clock, I'm curious about the experimental setup and the scale at which one could reliably detect consistent acceleration across different masses.

Even if significant wind resistance is eliminated, there will still be rolling resistance issues that will scale with the inverse of the size, and hence the mass of his balls.

At that time in his region, he would have access to lead balls, brass balls, glass or marble balls. Were balls used for recreation, like bocce, commonly available at that time, or would he have to make his own balls?
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