The way we used to vote.

I have fond memories of being a little kid and waiting with my mom at the local polling place on election day. We'd get there early. We'd finally get to the front of the line. My mom would sign in and the three of us would follow her, sauntering over to the curtained booth. After... Continue Reading →

Election fever, Israeli-style.

I'm sitting in my office, listening as every single person who leaves for the day calls out in the hallway:  "Happy voting!" "אל תשכח להצביע מחר" "!ללכת לקלפי, להצביע ולהשפיע" "Vote wisely!" At lunch, I walked past a lively discussion on the strategy of voting and throughout the day have been pepper-sprayed with water cooler... Continue Reading →

Look at that jobless punim.

The Kadima primaries began this morning and will end in about 40 minutes. We'll know who gets the prize possession of being Ehud Olmert's successor (in technicality and not job skill, we hope). I wonder what he's got planned as soon as he's off-duty... Maybe he and Bush will go to Cancun together, smoke cigars. ... Continue Reading →

Register to vote by absentee ballot.

Recently, the Australian residents of Israel had the opportunity to vote by embassy or by mail in their federal elections. It got me thinking - since I live with an Australian citizen - about the 2008 American presidential elections coming up (come on, everyone else is talking about it this early). Then tonight I found... Continue Reading →

levers and knobs.

for some reason, as long as i can remember, i get really happy on election day. i feel good and wholesome and like i'm in a working process, just for a day, things are moving and shaking and stuff is happening - stuff that my entire american education was based on. freedom! choices! ownership! i'm... Continue Reading →

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