Topic: Election 2012

Wild Card: Women Can Still Change This Election Outcome

Wild Card: Women Can Still Change This Election Outcome

Women have always been one of the biggest groups of supporters in President Obama’s corner. In 2008, women supported Obama 56% compared to John McCain’s 43%, according to Reuters. But this time around, the president’s hold on female voters isn’t as strong, and the floundering support has the potential to be the difference between a second term for Obama and a first term for Romney. More »

10 Female Celebs Who Show Big Support For President Obama

10 Female Celebs Who Show Big Support For President Obama

Supporting President Obama for re-election seems to be the hip thing to do in Hollywood, especially among women. Some of the most prominent female celebrities have publicly voiced their support for Obama in this year’s election. Whether they do it officially through a campaign PSA, or not so officially through a not so subtle fashion statement like Katy Perry, famous women have been voicing their opinion left and right, well, mostly left. More »

Stephen Colbert Compares CNN Voting/Hormones Study To The Monty Python Witch Test

Stephen Colbert Compares CNN Voting/Hormones Study To The Monty Python Witch Test

Earlier this week, our sister site Blisstree reported on a study posted by CNN about how ovulation is the real driving force behind women’s voting decisions. The response was not very positive. I can’t imagine why. I love being told that my hormone levels control my every thought. It’s right up there with being told I am a bad driver and that I throw badly. CNN subsequently withdrew the study stating that some of it didn’t meet CNN’s editorial standards.
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New Survey Reveals College Kids Just Want To Be Rich

New Survey Reveals College Kids Just Want To Be Rich

This may not come as a shock to most people, but a new Cornell study revealed that college freshman are all about the Benjamins. What may come as a shock, however, is the class of 2016 seems to care more about being wealthy than last year’s freshman. According to The Cornell Daily Sun, the university’s survey showed that 86% of their newbies feel being wealthy is very important or essential–a 13.4% increase compared to the class of 2015. When the university compared the results with other schools’, it was shown that the change was not unique to Cornell. More »