The problem with political jokes is they get elected. ~Henry Cate, VII We hang the petty thieves and appoint the
US Election pundits get their failed predictions grilled. It’s fun, if a bit mean-spirited. Part of the role of punditry,
Infographical evidence of the way social media has turned in modern vox populi. There was an enormous amount of social
How to predict elections. There’s the excellent data-route of Nate Silver, and there’s the gut-feel the formula concocted by Allan
My analysis of the effects of the US Election on social media was published by Social Media Today. In short:
Some of the pundits who incorrectly picked the 2012 US election have had the good grace to admit their mistakes.
A while back I blogged a 10 step guide to how politicians make comebacks. It seems that the once disgraced
15 Funny cause-they’re-true reasons why being President is a dumb job. A painful reminder that politics is a mugs game.
Barack Obama completes his training as a jedi politician; he cries (sigh) as he thanks campaign workers, and recalls his
The Karl Rove “meltdown” on Fox is becoming a Democrat fanboy icecream today. It’s hardly a meltdown, but what Rove