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  • Unleashing invention in our schools

    Unleashing invention in our schools
    Everyone knows that the United States is in a terrible business slump, and there's no shortage of opinions about it and solutions for it — but there hasn't been much in the way of notable improvement. So we have been looking deeply into the...
  • McManus: Romney's big bounce

    McManus: Romney's big bounce
    Last week's debate between President Obama and Mitt Romney was an even bigger win for Romney than it appeared at the time. That's what the polls are telling us. The debate, it seems, prompted swing voters to take a second look at the GOP candidate, and...
  • CNN's Candy Crowley embraces the 'optics' of her role in tonight's presidential debate

    CNN's Candy Crowley embraces the 'optics' of her role in tonight's presidential debate
    Two weeks ago, the conventional wisdom was that televised presidential debates weren’t going to matter much this year. Then a TV debate took place in Denver on Oct. 3, and we are still talking about Big Bird being threatened, moderator Jim Lehrer...
  • A more aggressive Obama makes for a most intense, contentious debate

    A more aggressive Obama makes for a most intense, contentious debate
    President Barack Obama came out swinging Tuesday night in the  town hall debate with Mitt Romney, and while he didn't land any pure knockdown punches, his base is sure to be encouraged by seeing a a president on TV who once again seemed engaged in the...
  • Star Wars geeks find religion with "Jediism"

    Star Wars geeks find religion with "Jediism"
    Over a decade ago, a few thousand Star Wars fans in New Zealand brought about the birth of the religion known as "Jediism." The belief system is based on the teachings of the mystic, lighsaber-wielding warriors in George Lucas' science fantasy saga. (It...
  • Social Crusades Poisoning Republican Brand

    Social Crusades Poisoning Republican Brand
    The Republican Party is at a critical crossroads. The country's tenuous economic future has Americans yearning for effective fiscal policy while limiting the role of government in our personal lives. These principles once defined the GOP, and it is time...
  • 'Pro-choice' number dips in Gallup, but, really, the more things change, the more they stay the same

     
    Opponents of abortion rights last week gleefully touted the results of a Gallup Poll taken earlier this month showing that the percentage of respondents who identified as "pro-choice" had fallen to 41 percent, the lowest number since Gallup began asking.....
  • Egyptian women worry about rights under new Islamist president

     
    As fireworks lit the sky after Egypt elected its first Islamist president last month, Nadeen Gamil, who had endured years of sexual harassment, knew that the battle for women’s rights had taken an ominous turn. While thousands celebrated in Tahrir...
  • Hard to believe

     
    This news story--- A new poll (.pdf) suggests that 1 in 20 Americans now call themselves atheists, a fivefold increase from the last time the survey was taken in 2005. The Religion News Service reports that, to go along with......
  • Too soon to make too much of the polls

     
    Mid-August polls in the three most recent races when an incumbent president facec a challenger: 2004, President George W. Bush (red) vs. John Kerry (blue) FOX/Opinion Dynamics 8/25 44 45 Gallup 8/25 50 47 NPR 8/24 45 50 GWU Battleground......
  • Terms limits

     
    In another thread, commenter Barry3 points to Democrats, Republicans Diverge on Capitalism, Federal Gov't; results from a new Gallup Poll in which voters were asked for their gut responses to a set of economics-related terms: Democrats have a more...