Exploring bleeding edge experiments, oddities, new and bizarre dicoveries, and fact-checking conspiracy theories since 2008. No question is out of bounds and no topic is too strange for a deep dive.
Voting online would be easy and convenient for millions of voters. But won’t solve big problems and we already have an almost equally convenient way to cast your ballot.
A group of Republicans is trying to advance a conspiracy theory that Romney's campaign tool to detect voter fraud was sabotaged from the inside.
Politico sounds the alarm on ignorant voters, the voters who refuse to follow the news and won't even try to learn how their government works.
The Tea Party is gladly willing to sabotage science, education, technology, and anything else that reminds them that the world is changing because to them, change is scary.
Christopher Hitchens accurately dissects why very few sane people want to go into Western politics anymore.
Believe it or not, over the long term, political discourse is getting a lot less nasty on average.
While we criticize people for "jumping on the bandwagon," sociology says they may not have much of a choice...