- Submit an Article
- Start a Column
- Make a Donation
Who is funding the Democratic and Republican presidential campaigns? Political watch-dog group, OpenSecrets.org presents the facts in the following infographic. An interesting fact: Ron Paul’s campaign doesn’t use bundlers.
Independent Voter Network’s writer, Alan Markow, reported earlier this week on the difficulties facing the new StartUp Act 2.0, a bipartisan immigration bill. Here’s another look at the bill, introduced on Tuesday. It faces an unknown future but definitely brings up another possible avenue for immigration reform.
On Wednesday, April 25th, the Supreme Court will host hearings on Arizona’s controversial immigration law in Arizona v. United States. SB 1070 was passed in Arizona in April 2010 and has caused controversy due to provisions require police to check the immigration status of a criminal suspect if they believe the person could be in the country illegally. In anticipation of the oral arguments tomorrow, the ACLU compiled the following infographic on the broader implications of SB 1070.
It’s no secret that Americans love their cars. We buy them, we drive them, we like them. But as gas prices increase, foreign dependency on oil is viewed more critically and controversies like the Gulf oil spill and Keystone XL dominant headlines, it’s interesting to examine solutions. One are bicycles. Highly popular modes of transportation in many areas of Europe, the United States could be prime area for the growth of bikes. Check out the infographic below to learn more about the health, environmental and economic benefits of bikes:
One of President Obama’s most well-known, significant and controversial policies has been the automaker bailout of General Motors. Independent voters answer, “If Barack Obama were a car, what kind of car would he be and why?” The responses were interesting.