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United States Elections: The Risk of Copying Europe

The United States election campaign is focused primarily on how much will the next president spend and the measures to combat coronavirus.

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Google Searches and the U.S. Presidential Election: What the Polls May Have Missed

Most of us here in the U.S. are waiting with bated breath for the results of next week’s enormously consequential presidential election.

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Politics and Attitudes Toward Vaccination

For many people, their willing to be vaccinated apparently varies with whether they are a supporter of the president.

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Major Election Year Opportunity

This isn’t just the start of a new year; this is the beginning of a new decade. With that, amazing new opportunities will present themselves for you and your organization.

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Captain Marvel: A Strong Step Forward For MCU, Hollywood, and America

The long cinematic drought since “Avengers: Infinity War,” with the brief comedic interloping of “Ant-Man and the Wasp,” has finally been broken with the much-hyped “Captain Marvel” starring Brie Larson, Samuel Jackson, Clark Gregg, Ben Mendelsohn, and others. After seeing it down in Richmond, Virginia on Thursday evening at one of its first showings to the public I believe viewers will find that their anticipation will be well-rewarded.

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The Dark at the End of the Tunnel

For nearly three years, the entire British economy and way of life have been dominated by Brexit and what it will mean for the UK not to belong to the EU following its departure on March 29th, 2019.

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Brexit: Sleepwalking Can Be Fun

Sleepwalking can be fun until you walk into a wall. How can it be that more than 600 relatively intelligent people can ignore what is staring them in the face?