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of the special college snowflake and other mythical creatures of old people news
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of the special college snowflake and other mythical creatures of old people news

The media and boomers are obsessed with millennial and college phenomena that are barely a blip on the radar in the grand scheme of things.

make america a luxury again
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make america a luxury again

Doing business in America and enjoying what it has to offer should be an experience for which companies are willing to pay a premium. It's time to market the country accordingly.

how to survive this thanksgiving of doom
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how to survive this thanksgiving of doom

When living through dark times, the best thing you can do is give yourself a day off. Your sanity will thank you.

why the left needs to rethink its quest for ideological perfection
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why the left needs to rethink its quest for ideological perfection

The far left has mastered the art of creating a circular firing squad and alienating its willing and ready allies.

it’s still the economy, stupid
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it’s still the economy, stupid

It seems that economy is still the top deciding factor for voters, although not in the same way it used to be a decade ago...

when compromise is impossible
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when compromise is impossible

Libertarians and authoritarians can see the exact same thing and cling to diametrically opposite conclusions. And that's going to be a big problem in the very near future.

america’s payback-is-a-bitch vote
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america’s payback-is-a-bitch vote

Our leaders' incompetence and complacency have ushered what will effectively be a new dark age.

how to build consensus in politics, from a cognitive psychologists’ standpoint
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how to build consensus in politics, from a cognitive psychologists’ standpoint

While it seems we can't even talk to anyone on the other side of the political divide, psychology offers a roadmap for a productive conversation with almost anyone.

why you can’t scold people into changing a nation’s electoral map
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why you can’t scold people into changing a nation’s electoral map

America's electoral map hasn't caught up to how its citizens live, so Democratic pundits are asking voters to find a way to adapt to the limitations of the past to assure electoral success.

the habits of social media partisans: the far left rants and mocks, the far right just lies
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the habits of social media partisans: the far left rants and mocks, the far right just lies

An analysis of partisan echo chambers on social media shows that the far left and the far right have unique approaches to propaganda.

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