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Romney’s “47 percent” video impacts undecided voters

By | Oct 4, 2012

When campaigning for president, you need to at least be able to pretend that you care about every vote.

Democrat and Republican convention messages and their implications on US voters

By | Oct 1, 2012

With October comes the much-anticipated debate season for our presidential hopefuls. But before the candidates begin their pulling-out-all-of-the-stops and finish-strong tactics for the final month of campaign season, let’s take a quick look at the effects of the Democratic National Convention (DNC) and Republican National Convention (RNC) on the public. The DNC and the RNC…

Foreign policy debate impacts undecided voters

By | Sep 18, 2012

The recent storming of the U.S. Embassy in Cairo and the killing of four diplomats in the Benghazi consulate attack have forced candidates to clarify their overall policies.

Anti-Islam embassy attacks and its potential effect on US diplomacy

By | Sep 16, 2012

In the past four days, thousands have taken to the streets across the Middle East and North Africa to join in the protests against an anti-Islamic film as well as the country in which it was produced, the United States. This film, which was produced in the US by extreme anti-Islamic groups, was released on…

Growing education issues fuel campaign debate over private sector role

By | Sep 6, 2012

While President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney agree on many points concerning education, the candidates will focus on is the role of federal versus state government.

Polarized American politics reflected in population

By | Aug 30, 2012

The ideological gulf that continues to widen between Democrats and Republicans makes us more polarized than ever before.