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We have good news for once! Conservative regressive social policies propagated during times of national crisis, like the #COVID19 pandemic, backfire and cause the electorate to turn against the governments pushing them. Maybe there is hope for the 2022 election. Maybe.
We can’t seem to erase white supremacy from white culture! Find out how we made white supremacists. Share your ideas about getting rid of this scourge.
While it is fun watching the Keystone Kops get themselves out of their healthcare debacle, it is also our future. Luckily, psychology has some advice that might could help if they would only take it.
With the death of Roger Ailes, we are focused on the contributions of news to political polarization. Now we have liberal fake news to contend with. Here we examine the role of perception in our polarized politics.
Bickering Dems to the left of us! Bickering progressives to the right of us! Bickering leftists all around us! So, let’s focus that bickering on the GOP and the 2018 elections instead, hunh?
Tired of arguing with your favorite drunk uncle and getting no where? Wonder what is going on in that inebriated head of his? An fMRI study sheds some light on why political beliefs are so difficult to change. But, there are some recommendations that may help!
We live in an extraordinarily stupid era. Where does the stupid come from? Why are we being governed by such stupidity?