We’ve finally found the one tax Republicans actually like: the poll tax.
The NCAA operates a multi-billion dollar collegiate sports industry, but refuses to admit that its employees stu
Has the creepy science of information- and data- marketing finally gone too far?
The Republican party “reboot” is simply rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic, and poorly at that.
Acknowledging that we do not have complete control over our minds helps us to gain more control in the end.
Bush refused to pull out of Iraq for the same reason people get greedy on TV game shows: the prospect of more.
Given the stark differences both in ideology and tone, how do some voters remain independent or undecided?
Our political differences are derived from real, and often intractable, differences in how we think.
This post is part of an ongoing series looking at the level of conscious control humans have over their political thoughts and decisions. The first part of this series examined areas ...
Studies show that if you vote in a school you’re more likely to support school funding issues on the ballot.