For those of you who don’t know, Dixville Notch is a tiny town in New Hampshire which is famous for opening its polls at midnight EST, making their polls the first to open (and close, the town is small enough that voting does not take long). Of the 21 registered voters in town, 16 voted […]
…is dead. So sad that Barack Obama’s grandmother couldn’t make it to election day. My condolences to Mr. Obama and his family on their loss.
If you spot irregularities at the polls (or experience them), you need to report them. There are lots of ways to report irregularities, and you may want to report irregularities to multiple authorities. The more methods you use, the more attention will be paid to your complaint. Please, if you spot something fishy, report irregularities, […]
This trilogy is packaged in a single book, so I kind of spaced on reviewing them separately. My bad. Anyway, Berlin Noir consists of three novels, March Violets, The Pale Criminal, and A German Requiem, all of which deal with World War Two Germany, Nazism, and collective social responsibility (and guilt). For some reason, I […]