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PIQscore Bats a Sizzling .918 in its First Presidential Election

Posted on November 7th, 2012 by PIQ Score Staff

PIQscore, the unique prediction model for “Personal Inclination Quotients” and Presidential election races, correctly predicted the election results for 45 of 49 states in the 2012 President Election, validating the methodology used to analyze political outcomes.  With just 58.2% of eligible voters casting their ballots – down from 61.6% in 2008 – the overall results […]

Should a Photo ID Be Required to Vote?

Posted on November 5th, 2012 by buckeye

To hear opponents of Voter ID laws describe it, asking “disenfranchised” individuals to obtain a photo ID is like asking them to crawl through broken glass…. and then pay for the privilege of doing so. It’s racist.  It’s discriminatory.  It’s voter suppression on the grandest scale.  It’s “The Mark of the Beast” foretold in the […]

Tax-Cutting, Wealthy Massachusetts Pols With Weird Religions

Posted on September 7th, 2012 by centered

Let’s examine this candidate for President of the United States, through the eyes of his critics: He was born into a life of privilege, enjoying a wealthy (and largely white) world He was groomed for a career in politics in by his ambitious father He attended private schools, later graduating from Harvard… ultimately launching a […]