One of us is traveling and the other one is busy, so we’re likely missing any and all important links from Thursday and Friday.
Here’s an educator pledge that a former student asked me to sign.
If you vote by mail in Florida it is 10x more likely that your vote won’t count
Ted Cruz sent fundraising letters pretending to be legal summons. This is not illegal.
Fake News and Advertising on Social Media: A study of the anti-vaxx movement
Trump Administration releases new rules allowing states to remove the requirement to cover pre-existing conditions. I’m finding that none of my students, even graduate students, know what a world without this requirement was like. They are USED to being able to get health insurance. (#2 says: Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa! I remember pre-existing conditions not being covered. This is relevant to me and to my family.)
Should you trust Republicans or Democrats on health care? The answer may not surprise you.
The University of Tulsa wants to learn about your reactions to the media coverage of the Kavanaugh confirmation hearings. If you are in the U.S., please complete this short, anonymous survey to help us better understand the effects of the nomination and its news coverage.
More on universal basic income
Selling shares beats collecting dividends
Writing post-cards you find out about some interesting places. Check out the street names in this subdivision.
Remember that if you’re in line by the time the polls close, they have to let you vote!
Finally… BOO. (Nerd joke alert)
Times are spooky, Grumpeteers!