While Democratic voters appear to be most focused on creating incentives for the expansion of renewables, it’s a favorable position for all candidates regardless of where they fall on the political spectrum.
Lots of Dems I know are celebrating Rep Eric Cantor's primary loss. Instead I see another sad example that Congress is broken. Gerrymandering has created a system that elevates the country's most polarized voices, while far too few Americans vote. We need moderates who compromise. Instead we get extremists and gridlock.
With student loans in the news, this is excellent advice I received as an undergrad: Don't enroll in a science graduate program where you have to pay tuition for a MS or PhD. They should pay you a stipend.
The U.S. will remain the world’s biggest oil producer this year after overtaking Saudi Arabia and Russia as extraction of energy from shale rock spurs the nation’s economic recovery, Bank of America Corp. said.
My newsfeed is full of frustration over yesterday's SCOTUS decision, but what speaks volumes to me is that ~95% of these posts come from women. Until the Hobby Lobby ruling is viewed as more than a women's issue, we cannot expect better.
I would expect the percentage of men to be higher among atheists. As I posted on Twitter, "This is not about contraception. It's about forcing your religious ideals on others. It's not about cost. It's about dogma."
How do we change the general perception that this ruling is not just a women's issue?