Monthly Archives: August 2012

Why Voters Do and Don’t Vote

It’s amazing how many eligeable voters in America don’t take advantage of the priviledge and responsibility of voting. In the 2008 presidential race, an above average 56.8% of potential voters went to the polls, which was up from 55%, 51%, and 49% … Continue reading

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Choose Your Own Presidential Adventure!

     Remember those choose-your-own-adventure novels from the 80s? The ones where you read to the bottom of the page and then choose between three courses of action, such as: A) If you want to run from the bad guy, go … Continue reading

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Romney’s VP: Paul Ryan vs. Barak Obama

Many are speculating about the ramifications of Mitt Romney’s selection of Paul Ryan as his running mate and potential vice president. Those on the left charactarize Ryan as a poor choice, while those on the right will speak in favor … Continue reading

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