Linda Greenhouse’s Grievance Politics

Linda Greenhouse’s Grievance Politics

A man walks past the New York Times office building in New York City, September 28, 2020. (Carlo Allegri / Reuters) Unable to attack the Conservatives at the Supreme Court on the facts, the New York Times The columnist expresses her own grievances. The irony…

People happier to talk about sex and politics than debt

Brits are typically known for not talking about taboo subjects. A new report today from Lowell shows that we would rather talk about other sensitive topics such as sex, relationships and politics, than open up to those around us about debt. With household financial debt…

Polarization in America gets worse as social media dominates politics

When Eli Pariser coined the term “filter bubble” a decade ago, he narrowly defined it to be a situation in which algorithms skew the variety of information we get online in favor of stuff we like. At the time, he worried that might lead to…

‘The problem is Johnson’s need to be liked’ Politics expert says ‘befuddled’ PM has now got to make the tough choices

Have you heard the story about the cowboy who tried to ridetwo horses at the same time? Everything is fine while the horses happily gallop along in the same direction but as time goes on, each horse wants to head in a different direction. It…