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The Psychology of Politics

In 2003, President Bush declared that the U.S was going to invade Iraq due to a growing suspicion that Saddam Hussein was developing weapons of mass destruction. The debate as to whether or not Iraq had WMDs was highly controversial, as it incited a 15-month long investigation organized by the CIA and the Pentagon. On … Continue reading

#Forward #FiredUp #FourMore: How Twitter Revolutionized Election Night

As the election night frenzy came to a close, I still found myself with a lot of questions. Will Obama succeed in uniting this politically divided country? Is the GOP dead? Will they consider abandoning their conservative ways and move back to centre? What will become of Mitt’s binders full of women? When will flag … Continue reading

“He who stands for nothing, will fall for anything.”

I think it’s reasonable to assume that the first United States Secretary of the Treasury, Alexander Hamilton, was speaking of Mitt Romney when he said, “He who stands for nothing, will fall for anything.” Unfortunately, prophetic abilities of the Founding Fathers is not the topic I wish to discuss today. This is an argument for … Continue reading