We’ve all been there. The feeling hits around 2:30 PM during the workday and we find ourselves standing in front of the office vending machine searching for the snack of our liking. The next time you head for your snack your change won’t be the only thing you are counting. Due to President Obama’s healthcare overhaul … Continue reading
Author Archives: Sarah Fink
Recently there has been a large frequency of news focusing on the GOP’s supposed “Woman Problem,” but it’s time to set the story straight and really analyze the mass media’s seemingly triumphant “You Go Girl!” message and why this framework isn’t always accurate. In the article “Conservative women on ‘breadwinner’ moms and the GOP’s ‘woman … Continue reading
The Cost of Being “Cool”: Politics and Pop Culture
Heading into the 2014 elections, politicians will no doubt use pop culture in an attempt to engage the electorate, specifically young Americans, in the political process in order to encourage voter participation. The question is who will use pop culture effectively and why should politicians care about pop culture in the first place? According to … Continue reading
Beer and Politics
This Super Bowl Sunday, when you attend your party of choice take a minute to look around the room and see which beers your friends are drinking. According to National Media Research Planning and Placement there are distinct correlations between your beer and liquor preference and your partisan leaning. This data wasn’t pulled together based … Continue reading
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