I am an architect with nearly two decades of experience. The practice inherently requires the synthesis of the art, technology, social and human needs. More recently I have taken up writing as a way of processing a much wider range of ideas. This might include might include politics, current issues or anything else that may catches my eye.
If Obama wins, expect to see UnSkewed Polls provide the "evidence" of voter fraud.
Can two opinions still be perfectly rational even though they totally oppose each other?
Did the MSM ignore Ron Paul or did they simply respond to customer demand, who just didn't like him?
Nick Gillespie deprecates a very real problem in his Reason Magazine article, "Stop Panicking Over Bullying."