Reading Time: 5 minutes A “China!” tweet turned their world upside down.
Reading Time: 26 minutes Bennie Smith discovered a high-risk tampering mechanism built into US election systems.
Smith explains what he found, its implications, and how election officials and members of the public can detect this “feature” of our voting systems that belies the principle of “one person, one vote.”
Reading Time: 4 minutes Reopening could set the US back months in the fight against COVID-19. How can parents, teachers, and students be supported while schools stay closed?
Reading Time: 4 minutes The USPS needs money, and it needs it now. Whether it will receive funding in time to deliver millions of ballots in the next election is open to question.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Cognitive dissonance.
Reading Time: 14 minutes A look at free speech, hate speech, campus speech, and post-truth speech.
Reading Time: 9 minutes For students of color, do officers in school do more harm than good?
Reading Time: 9 minutes The coronavirus puts a strain on an already fraying housing market. With no relief in sight, residents try to hang onto their homes. Can inclusionary zoning help?
Reading Time: 14 minutes Tell me whom you infected. Three months working as a COVID-19 contact tracer taught me lessons on how to tackle the virus. Bottom line: there is no magic bullet.
Reading Time: 8 minutes The Hague Convention was created to protect children from abductions, but abusers can sometimes use it to regain custody of the children, and regain power over their victims.