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Working with Memory Colors

This article was originally published on PremiumBeat’s blog.

Rendering “memory colors” accurately can bring your project to life.

Humans store memories of specific colors like we remember life events. 510 more words


With Ted Cruz's announcement, the 2016 campaign is starting late, but more intense than ever

Like a bugle at the start of a horse race, Ted Cruz’s announcement yesterday signals the beginning of the 2016 presidential election.

Indeed, in the American political lexicon the term “horse race” refers to the media’s obsession with electoral prognostication.  1,068 more words


'The entrenched GOP's Solyndra': Corn and ethanol subsidies

Ben Howe from RedState and The Blaze voiced what a lot of people are probably thinking. Can we make presidential primaries less about promising ethanol subsidies to Iowa farmers? 332 more words

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Inaugural Statistical Analysis of the 2016 Elections: Clinton and Bush favored to win respective nominations, Clinton Clear Favorite for Whitehouse

Article by Spencer Lindsay, March 16, 2015

Throughout the 2016 election cycle the Chronicle of American Politics will be statistically analyzing the races. As the election comes closer, these articles will become more frequent. 2,382 more words

Court dismisses suit against PDP challenging outcome of Oyo primaries

THE Federal High Court in Ibadan, on Monday, dismissed a suit filed by Alhaji Gbade Adeleke challenging his exclusion as a candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) for the House of Representatives seat. 249 more words