Posts Tagged ‘NPR’
Inconvenience is a word that can come to mind when thinking of voting trends in our country. Of all the days America could choose to vote on, why Tuesday?
As we make the final turn toward the home stretch of this painful election season, many voters are still wondering exactly how we got here. The barbs and accusations keep flying, mud continues being slung like never before in recent history, and policy discussions remain vague. In the final installment of our continuing series, our MBU Timeline bloggers write about these “Faulty Arguments” that are too often being sold — or attempted to be sold — as truth to an electorate that needs to be informed like never before.
The distinction between good choices and bad choices is not always clear. When the wrong path is taken, it’s nice to have another opportunity to choose the right path.
Photo by Joshua Daugette