The Presidential Election will be here before we know it. Since this is an event that only happens every four years, it is so important to introduce the concept to even the littlest of learners. This can easily be done by having a mock election in the classroom. My students always loved when we did this on election day and it helps teach the importance of voting a young age.
He was reportedly shocked when he won the election and is now trying to negotiate an easy schedule of working in DC 4 days a week and waking up in his own NYC bed the other 3 days. Nice going, moron! It doesn't work like that! Why did you even bother to run for office? Now we're stuck with your sorry ass for 4 years. Thanks SO much, you raging narcissist and bloody idiot!!!
WHY DO WE VOTE ON TUESDAY? ~ In the midst of an ongoing debate over the flaw of voter suppression in our democracy, one overarching question has been growing in my mind. Why do we hold our elections on a Tuesday? I had no idea, and as I began to do some research, I found that no one else really does either. The official reason behind the 19th century law has to do with the trip that voters had to make to polls by horse and carriage . . .
ProhibitionRepeal.com Prohibition clearly benefited some people. Notorious bootlegger Al Capone made $60,000,000...that's sixty million dollars...per year (untaxed!) while the average industrial worker earned less than $1,000 per year.