The researchers studied how people responded when their beliefs were challenged.
Maybe it is because my mom is a Republican and my dad is a Democrat, but I have never been someone who has had a definite standpoint on politics. Yes, I think that public policy is important and it is important that the government protects the rights of its people; however, I have never been […]
As urban Affairs Counselor Daniel Patrick Moynihan wrote to President Richard Nixon in 1968, “Tory men and Whig measures are what changed the world.” The quote, of course, refers to the two competing political temperaments that have defined Anglo-American politics since the Tudors, Shakespeare and the Anglo colonization of North America: Whiggery and Toryism. For […]
Net neutrality is under attack in the United States. If you don’t know what net neutrality is, or why you should care, answer the following question: Why are you reading this? You might think, “Because I clicked on the link,” or “Because the headline looked interesting.” All the above are reasons you want to read […]
The 42nd President and founder of the Clinton Foundation spoke on interdependence and cooperation, as well as issues in the global community.
Dan Schnur, likely to run for California Secretary of State in 2014, will be taking a leave of absence as Director of the Jesse M. Unruh Institute of Politics in the beginning of January.
California Assemblymember Reggie Jones-Sawyer has focused on passing several education bills through the legislature.
Tony Strickland and Anthony Portantino will teach a course about the future of California.
The film does little to address timely political topics with the requisite urgency and lacks the gravitas to thrill moviegoers.
The mayoral contest between Eric Garcetti and Wendy Greuel will be on May 21.