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Elected Officials & Pedigree: Do Voters Prefer the Average Joe or Someone Smarter Running the government?

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In September 2009, Scripps News reported that 5 percent of the members Congress were serving without having a college degree, which is not required by the Constitution, but is often assumed. “According to the Congressional Research Service,” the outlet reported. “Twenty-seven House members and one senator currently serve without a college degree.” “College degree credentials are becoming so […]

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Political Idioms for Dummies: 40 most common political phrases & terms of 2012

As we head into the November Presidential elections, I thought it would be a great idea to update a past very popular post I did in 2010 right before the mid term elections defining and attempting to explain the common phrases and terms used and uttered by political pundits. The average politically agnostic person who […]

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Political Idioms for Dummies: 25 Most Often Used Political Jargon of 2010

As we head into the mid-term elections, more people may be paying attention to the “political pundits” on the nightly news, listening to and watching campaign ads and tuning into broadcast and cable news shows that cover politics.  In the interest to gain more news and information about candidates up for office in their respective […]

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