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History Confirms That Mass Mail-In Voting Fraud Is A Myth

Voting by mail has a relatively long history in the United States; members of the U.S. military began using a distance-voting system to cast their ballots during the Civil War.As far as civilians are concerned, mail-in ballots or absentee ballots became an option for some voters on a state-by-state basis as early as the late 1800s.

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History Confirms That Mass Mail-In Voting Fraud Is a Myth

Posted: (2 days ago) Voting by mail has a relatively long history in the United States; members of the U.S. military began using a distance-voting system to cast their ballots during the Civil War.As far as civilians are concerned, mail-in ballots or absentee ballots became an option for some voters on a state-by-state basis as early as the late 1800s.

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Why Is the United States Postal Service in So Much Debt?

Posted: (3 days ago) While there are many factors that led to the USPS’ current state of debt, there are two primary reasons why that debt has now balloomed. In 2006, the Postal Accountability and Enhancement Act (PAEA) ordered the USPS to pre-fund employee retiree health benefits for the next 75 years. While pre-funding other retiree benefits is normal for both private and government organizations, pre-funding ...

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Is It Safe to Visit National Parks Right Now?

Posted: (4 days ago) The National Park Service (NPS) is following CDC guidelines while also implementing a phase-by-phase approach to reopening, much like many individual states. Each park goes through a full evaluation and weighs several factors before committing to a reopening schedule or visitor limit.

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How Long Does It Take to Develop a Vaccine?

Posted: (3 days ago) According to guidelines established by the CDC, vaccines pass through six general stages of development: exploratory, pre-clinical, clinical, regulatory review and approval, manufacturing, and quality control.The full process is essentially the same as the process for any drug approved for use in the United States. These stages are mandated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), with its ...

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Why Liza Minnelli's Childhood Home Has Been Abandoned

Posted: (2 days ago) Los Angeles is full of homes that are small architectural wonders, and many are included in home tours around the famous city. That's why it was especially strange for an anonymous tipster to stumble upon an abandoned mansion that seemed to have no history.

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Protests and Riots in History That Led to Systemic Changes ...

Posted: (3 days ago) Unfortunately, the destruction of property isn’t new during a protest. In fact, one iconic rebellion saw a loss of $1,000,000 in property, yet it was called an act of heroism. On December 16, 1773, more than 100 men boarded ships and dumped 90,000 pounds (45 tons) of tea into Boston’s harbor to protest Britain’s policies of "taxation without representation."

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These Restaurant Chains Are on the Verge of Disappearing ...

Posted: (2 days ago) When Applebee's first opened in 1980, it was the hot spot for dining. However, over the years, the chain has declined. In the past few years, Applebee's has closed over 120 locations, dropping down to around 1,800 physical restaurants.

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The Painful History of Police Brutality in the United States

Posted: (3 days ago) It wasn’t until 1838 that Boston founded the country’s first police force, with other major Northern cities soon following suit. While there’s little clear evidence that crime was on the rise at the time, it was a period of transition. Factories and industrialization were on the rise, and European immigrants were arriving in large numbers as well as escaped slaves from the South.

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How Many Tickets Are in a Roll of Lottery Tickets?

Posted: (3 days ago) Based on the price of an individual ticket, a roll of lottery tickets can include 15, 30, 60 or 150 tickets. This variance is due to the standardized cost of $300 for each roll of tickets.

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30 Vintage Toys That Are Now Worth a Fortune

Posted: (3 days ago) Garbage Pail Kids cards were the Pokémon cards of the ‘80s. They were collectible, tradeable and so gross! With characters like Adam Bomb, Itchy Richie and Blasted Billy, all the cards featured a doll-like child that was either sick, maimed or hurt.

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