Author Archives: Kathy E. Gill
Recent research published in Science confirms that we’d rather traffic in rumors that are false than in truth, particularly when the subject is political.
Am I registered to vote? Use your official state lookup. Don’t give your personally identifiable information to organizations that don’t protect your privacy.
Only one of the six men sitting on the US Supreme Court, Clarence Thomas, was placed there by a president who won the popular vote in his inaugural term.
On Friday, the U.S. Senate voted 51-49 to send the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court of the United States to the floor of the Senate for a vote. The party-line vote* reflected a studied rejection of wide-ranging calls for delay and/or rejection of the nomination from religious leaders, lawyers and friends of the
Less than an hour ago, 11:20 am Pacific, @resistbot asked me (via SMS) if I was registered to vote.* I do not usually interact with it, but this time, I replied “yes.” That seemed innocuous. I thought the group might be looking for data about percentage of users who are registered. But no. They wanted