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The Politics of Design, How Google Glass Quickly Became Hyperpolitical

November 6, 2018

The politics of design can be seen when Google Glass quickly became hyperpolitical due to people’s fears of losing privacy.

Take Down The Confederate Statues And Leave Them In The Past

August 16, 2017

Take down the confederate statues and let’s stop memorializing the men and women who fought to preserve slavery and leave them in the past.

Persuasion Techniques President Obama Used In His Speech About Syria

March 23, 2015

The persuasion techniques President Obama effectively used in his speech about his Syria policy changed the minds of millions of Americans.

Social Media for Democracy

December 4, 2012

We all take free speech for granted, especially when it comes to conversations between friends, whether in person or online. For the most part, with some minor exceptions, whenever we feel like saying something online, we just say it. There isn’t much concern about the government coming after us because of a comment we said. […]

The Looming Fiscal Cliff

November 27, 2012

The looming fiscal cliff has brought about a huge challenge that the Obama administration is currently facing. Republicans and Democrats must come together and make a compromise to resolve this crisis, if they are unable to, the results could be catastrophic for our economy. At the end of this year several cuts like the Bush […]

Debt Ceiling Social Dilemmas

October 12, 2012

Several social dilemmas can be seen in the current debate over the debt ceiling that has been going on in our government over the past year. The debate is essentially this: Republicans do not want to raise our debt ceiling any further with out making spending cuts and by refraining from raising taxes. The Democrats […]

Division Among People In The Internet Age Continues But Looks Different

April 20, 2012

Division among people in the Internet Age continues like it always but it looks different as people find more reasons to divide themselves.