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Anon Ymous
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A Pragmatic Conservative and Libertarian Who Thrives on Contrarianism
A Pragmatic Conservative and Libertarian Who Thrives on Contrarianism

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The Gender (Voting) Gap Broken Down
This is from 2008 presidential exit polls (2008 exit polls had a lot more easily available data I could find). Basically, I took Mccain's share among men in each of the groups and subtracted from that share he won among women in that same group. The result:...
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The Real News for Republicans in 2014 is in the Youth Vote
Republicans took the Senate and increased their majority in the House. Overall, excellent night for the Republicans. But, in the long term, the real news in the exit poll data , courtesy of the WaPo. The real important numbers are in voting trends , not the...
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The Youth Vote
On the eve of the 2014 midterm election, I'd like to talk about the 2012 presidential election. In particular, I'd like to talk about voters who, largely, won't be voting in tonight's election: young voters. To the extent that young voters vote, they tend t...
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Biology, Progressives, and Social Policy
Most of the reason that so many social problems and inequities remain a mystery today is simple: nobody wants to look at biology. Biology implies that these problems and inequities are, to a degree, "natural" and "incurable". Progressives, in particular, de...
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Are Doctors or Lawyers Richer?
Careers in medicine and law are known for high levels of educational credentials and high levels of income. But, which pays more? The answer, as most people know, is doctors. Doctors, according to CNBC, are paid  about $160,000 to $200,000 on average (depen...
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