Within hours of a tornado touching down in Kilpatrick, Ala., church members and other volunteers from outside the community showed up to help pick up the pieces, and wary immigrants found out not everyone resented them being around. (May 28)
Brian: The voting system in my poor county uses computerized voting machines with paper ballots. They are not that expensive and they provide a way to verify a contested election. The computerized voting machines with NO paper ballots are deliberately set up to NOT provide a paper trail in the event of a contested election. A paper trail with individual ballots is the only way to overturn an election won through computer hacking. Be very wary of any politicians that support their use. All precincts should go back to using paper ballots in their voting machines.