Friday, April 13, 2012

The Right of the Right

This was an interesting article that I found on NPR's website. Two political researched the shift in ideology since the 1800s and found the Right is the most conservative it's ever been. The report's authors mention that the lack of middle ground is largely to blame for the lack of bipartisanship in Congress.

3 comments:

Dylan Wulderk said...

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TJE said...

Be very skeptical of anyone who says, "this is completely objective, the computer tells us so."

Eric Boole said...

Isn't NPR a bunch of libs?