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The Bottle Ain’t No Friend of Mine: Blog Action Day 2010

It’s time again for Blog Action Day, the annual initiative by Change.org to get bloggers around the world to focus their attention on a single issue. This time around, the focus is on water, a substance

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We the People? Not so much when it comes to reading the Constitution!

Only 28% of people 18 years and older living in the United States indicated they’d read the entire U.S. Constitution in response to a telephone survey conducted by the Center for the Constitution at

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Lies, Damn Lies…and What We Believe Anyway

I’ve been increasingly disturbed in recent years by the amount of misinformation that seems to flow through the political system in the United States. In relative terms, I doubt it has increased any

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The Financial Crisis: A Visual Explanation

Popout After my posting  yesterday on 12 learning resources for understanding the current financial crisis I received an e-mail from the folks at Say It Visually! pointing out a new animation they

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The Current Financial Crisis: 16 Learning Resources

Trying to make sense of the current economic crisis? Well, one silver lining is that there is a wealth of resources out there for helping with that task – and that might also providing some good remedial

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E-learn Your Political Leanings

With steam now beginning to pick up on Election 2008, it’s a good time to learn more your own political leanings and maybe help others do the same. With that goal in mind, I recently paid a visit

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