U.S. Campaigns & Elections
Here's my nomination for biggest loser of the week. Although sometimes difficult narrowing it down to one individual, there's always that guy or gal that reigns supreme. Not yours? Share in comments.
Infowars' Alex Jones, previously against the whole 'false' left-right paradigm has performed a u-turn and jumped hell for leather on the far right Trump ticket. What's going on?
Thomas Jefferson warned that an uninformed electorate would destroy the freedoms of a republic: "If a nation expects to be ignorant and free, ...it expects what never was and never will be." His words are...
Let’s face it, nobody, even the most zealous Big L Libertarian Party activist, really believes that Gary Johnson will be the next President of the US. Unless one of these scenarios plays out…
Lying is second nature to most politicians so it is important to know when they are. I paraphrase, and add my own commentary, Politifact's efforts to find the truth behind the political rhetoric flying around this...
Why do we use an electoral college instead of a straight popular vote as used in Ancient Greece? Do we need election reforms to end Gerrymandering, bias, and other manipulations?
Analogies don't always work, but this simple comparison may make the Electoral College understandable.
How a the first woman U.S. president will change the role of the first spouse and the history behind the change.
As millions of disgruntled Americans still find themselves in disbelief from an unprecedented American election, a third-party actor attempts to re-write history.
Persuasion is used in everyday life. From mundane conversations to news and entertainment, to advertising, persuasion is all around us. The purpose of persuasion in advertising is to influence the viewer’s...
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