Trolls have always been creepy and aggressive and destructive whether they are featured in Norse fairy tales, DnD adventures, or on the Internet. Find out what drives these super creeps to ruin everyone’s fun!
Thoughts on the basic look and purpose of my blog following the day 2 Blogging U Branding and Growth course.
My three goals for the Bloggin U. course, Branding and Growth.
How did Trump become a thing? Read about how Daniel Kahneman and risk assessment can be used to explain how Obama made Trump possible. Thanks Obama!
What is the real threat to our nation from Trump’s candidacy? Find out how we accept events and behaviors as normal and how Trump is threatening all of our social progress of the past 60 years!
Not only should 26 February be designated Trayvon Martin Day, a day for remembering all that the police have wrongfully taken from us, but also a day to celebrate family, friends, and life.
Could conservatives resent being PC because it requires them to limit their behavior and perhaps even change?
Why shouldn’t we be telling racist, xenophobic, misogynist jokes? Trump and the transphobic panic is making the USA a much more dangerous and harsher place to live. Prejudice Norm Theory explains why.
A short post in which I use minority influence to argue that it is time for Sanders to be flexible and seek compromise and stop trying to tear down Clinton and the DNC.
What happens when all the rules we’ve lived by are broken? When racist, narcissistic, misogynistic liars are almost president? When boys are in the girls’ room and girls are in the boys’ room? Schema Theory explains it all.
Originally posted on Daniel Katz, Ph.D.:
Twenty-five years ago, author and activist Jonathan Kozol published what remains one of the most important examinations of educational inequity ever printed, Savage Inequalities. The book is a direct and searing look at how districts serving urban minority children suffered from…
Ever wonder why the GOP seems to be perpetually at odds with everyone? Groupthink explains it all.
The old saying, seeing is believing, has never been more true or dangerous in this age of political cynicism and technology. Find out how or why political ads create and maintain false impressions.
A trait of most successful people is being able to delay gratification. The evidence for and against Donald Trump’s skill in this area is evaluated… and it ain’t pretty.
With Donald Trump assuming the Republican nomination for presidency, many GOP politicians who once opposed him, are now, if not endorsing, at least supporting him. This post takes a look inside the cognitive gyrations necessary to accomplish this feat.
Back in March 2012 a 19 month-old boy died of meningitis. In April 2016, his parents were found guilty of neglecting him to death. Are they guilty? Is the boy’s father a psychopath? I lay out the evidence… and it ain’t pretty.
Wingnuts have been making some news lately, haven’t they? And with all their wingnutty views comes some kind of justification. This post explains why that explanation is accepted as legitimate by so many.
In response to criticism directed at Pres. Obama for suggesting that BLM activists should be willing to compromise, I take us through minority influence and apply the principles to several current social movements.
We all have argued with people on the other side of the political or ideological divide. Typically, to no avail. This post explores the strategies that research suggests may be successful… if it is at all possible.
Once a falsehood or an honest mistake has been introduced into the electorate, it can take on a life of its own. It can be very difficult to scrub this from the consciousness of the population. This post explores the reasons behind people clinging to a disproved lie or errors like death panels in the ACA.