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2024 Presidential Race odds (Oct 2021): What bettors are saying, now

Per Oddschecker’s Kyle Newman, European oddsmakers have made former president Donald Trump the favorite, as of October 7, 2021. “While this may be shocking in America, it makes perfect sense in Europe,” stated Newman. “There have been a few 2024 favorites since the market opened. It...

What if Texas seceded? GOP wouldn’t allow it anytime soon

Some Texas state lawmakers have been considering a Brexit-style departure from the United States due to the presumed impending doom and loss of individual liberties that are supposedly upon us thanks to the Biden Administration. But is that really the case? Sans a woman's right to...

2021 Virginia governor’s race: Why we should watch it closely

By law, Virginia governors can’t serve two consecutive 4-year terms so the state’s current governor, Democrat Ralph Northam, is barred from seeking re-election in 2021. Even if you don’t live in Virginia, the outcome of that state’s governor’s race will likely be of tremendous significance to...

Driverless cars news: Americans aren’t ready?

A driverless car, also known as an autonomous vehicle (AV or auto), self-driving car, or robo-car, is a vehicle that is capable of sensing its environment and moving safely with little or no human input. It combines a variety of sensors to perceive their surroundings, such...

You should text before calling – Social trend

One of my friends called me last month out of the blue and it was the weirdest thing because it happened in the middle of the day during the workweek and was totally unexpected. I later learned he just wanted to say hi, but since we...

Dating trends: She’s not flirting, she’s being nice: No, it should NOT be easy for men to tell

Grr… Fellas, this used to drive me crazy – and still does to some extent. You meet an attractive woman who seems like she might be interested in getting to know you on a deeper level but you’re not quite sure. She’s super friendly, overly attentive,...

Election 2020 generated MASSIVE participation: Was it just a trend?

Roughly two-thirds of eligible voters let their voice be heard in the 2020 U.S. Election, the highest participation level since 1900. Moreover, by raw numbers and percentages, it was easily the most participant-heavy election in U.S. history. Let’s not forget women were denied the right to vote until...

Jewish voting trends 2020: Will there be a shift?

American Jews comprise about 2.2 % of the U.S. population but with a voter participation rate of between 80 to 90 percent, the 'Tribe' will likely comprise 3 percent of the American voting electorate in 2020. And while three percent doesn't seem like a lot, it...

SCOTUS gay marriage repeal? The public chimes in

The rushed appointment of Amy Coney Barrett to the U.S. Supreme Court this week has some asking about the future of gay rights. Conservatives now have a 6-3 advantage and LGBTQ advocates worry they will start chipping away at gay rights, specifically same-sex marriage. Why? Amy...

U.S. Voter Demographics 2020: The Trend in 50 States

Demographic shifts across the United States have changed the composition of the American electorate. From 2000 to 2018, the share of (non-Hispanic) White eligible voters dropped in all 50 states while Hispanics’ voting share in the electorate rose, according to Pew Research.In fact, during that time...