Tom Schaller has a fascinating take today on the evolution of the political center. To use his analogy, it’s evolved from a one-humped camel to a two-humped dromedary, statistically speaking. The one […]
Apparently, there’s only one standard for measuring the credibility of opinion these days â€” volume. Let’s look at that through two exceptionally large megaphones: ESPN and Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly. For ESPN, […]
By Martin Bosworth There were two interesting stories today that involve the confluence between media, people, technology, and the ability of these three to influence each other.
HEARD the old, old men say, “Everything alters, And one by one we drop away.” They had hands like claws, and their knees Were twisted like the old thorn-trees By the waters. […]
By Rori Black Today, May 2, is Prevent Teen Pregnancy Day; a good day to remember that abstinence-only education is a miserable failure. One billion taxpayer dollars have been given to a […]