Link round-up for 6 November 2016
Heck of a dog you got there.
Maybe the FBI should have its own magazine.
This has been an unusual election.
GloFish are the first genetically-engineered animal to become commercially available.
I'm betting there's plenty more like this guy (found via Progressive Eruptions). And there may be more Congressmen like this one.
Rigging the election would be almost impossible.
Here's an example of why people don't like libertarians.
Halloween candy racism is now a thing.
This time, the Christian ugliness went too far.
See a litter of cuteness in the making.
There's a lake -- and a waterfall -- on the bottom of the sea.
Republicans' all-out attack on democracy finally gets some notice in the MSM (found via Green Eagle). But their war on the black vote is hitting new heights of outrageousness.
How many innocent people were convicted because of this asshole?
Vote for Democrats and go to Hell.
The uninsured rate is at an all-time low -- and it's making Republicans turn vicious.
On LGBT young people, the Trump/Pence ticket has made its stance clear.
Oh, for fuck's sake.
Humans in Australia have only themselves to blame for the magpie menace.
Canada is looking for a few good people, or actually a lot.
If the USSR was so bad, why didn't people just leave?
Iraqi forces have already liberated part of Mosul from Dâ'ish (ISIL). And our allies in Syria are moving on the enemy's "capital".
The world's biggest marine protected zone has just been established.
Could a corpse bring life to another world?
Much of the country will be voting on minimum wage increases and marijuana legalization -- and victory looks likely.
The chief of Hillary's PAC is optimistic about her chances. There are good signs in the early voting figures.
Here are the two campaigns' closing messages. Trump's has some disturbing undertones.
The alt-right is threatening a show of force at polling places.
I'm glad I already voted to re-elect our Governor.
Some women are exercising a right that didn't exist when they were born.
Here's an insightful psychological view of Trump and his followers.