All About Money

By Posted 30 September 2011 | 1 Comment

More money usually leads to an election win. In reviewing the November 2008 elections, the Center for Responsive Politics found that the candidate who spent the most money won in 93% of U.S. House and 94% of U.S. Senate races. These statistics … Continue reading

Could someone close to you have CTIS?

By Posted 27 September 2011 | 3 Comments

CTIS (Conservative Talk Indoctrination Syndrome) is an extremely detrimental condition that impacts the sufferer’s ability to take in and process information as well as one’s decision making abilities and emotional states. Please read the important information below to see if … Continue reading

Charisma versus Competence

By Posted 19 September 2011 | 1 Comment

As a society, we sometimes have a hard time resolving which of these two factors (charisma or competence) should be weighted most heavily when choosing our President. Ideally, we would always have candidates who are both charismatic and extremely competent. … Continue reading

Is News Dead – Part II

By Posted 16 September 2011 | Comment

Some of you may be saying in response to Is News Dead? – Part I that sensationalized, biased coverage is to be expected from television and that the meaty, factual coverage comes from our newspapers. However, in reality, this isn’t … Continue reading

Is News Dead? – Part I

By Posted 14 September 2011 | 2 Comments

How can we expect people to make informed decisions when comprehensive, accurate, and objective information is becoming nearly impossible to come by in today’s media world? Most of us know that television news programs have become quite sensationalized but not … Continue reading