Low information Voters

GrokTALK! Feb 15, 2014 With Dr. Julianne Cooper – ‘Low Information Nation’

by Steve MacDonald February 20, 2014
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Dr. Julianne Cooper joins us to talk education, low information voters, the educational void that is Common Core, and the need to find better ways to educate current and future voters despite the education establishment’s commitment to institutional decline. Listen or Download Download Segment Three Here Want it All? Download The entire Podcast Here Prefer […]

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The Legacy Of An American President

by Rick Olson July 2, 2013

“Forced Success is not success at all. It’s Scientology.” —Unknown

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Come At Me, Bro

by Rick Olson May 21, 2013

“Graffiti is one of the few tools you have if you have almost nothing. And even if you don’t come up with a picture to cure world poverty you can make someone smile while they’re having a piss.”   — Banksy, Banging Your Head Against a Brick Wall The Union Leader on line this morning featured the […]

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These people vote. They decide who the President will be. No, it’s no joke. It’s real.

by Tim Condon March 15, 2013
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From Ace of Spades: Unworthy: We’re Losing the Battle of Ideas to a Bunch of Low-Information Snarking Hipsters

by Susan Olsen February 18, 2013

After Granite Grok, Ace of Spades is probably my favorite read.  I have no idea who ‘Ace’ is – a lawyer, a professor, a soldier, or simply a thoughtful and informed citizen.  Like Grok, subjects run the gamut from politics to technology to the occasion movie review but yesterday, Ace wrote a piece about a […]

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GrokTV – Panel Discussion: Making your vote count – Q&A Part 1

by Skip December 9, 2012

I have chopped up the videos of the Question and Answer period into different posts (as there were a number of topics on which there were questions).  Please note that sometimes the video title “might” not be quite accurate in that often, as these things go, the discussion of the original question quickly morphs to […]

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