Politics Archive

Scaring America With Badly Designed Health care

Keeping track of the Democrat and Republican political party’s views on health care and other issues can get confusing. Thankfully, this infographic was created to help you figure out what the Democrats really have on the books. This infographic breaks down the house Democrat’s health plan in (supposedly) an organized and clear way. If you

The True Cost of Military Equipment Spending

This infographic takes a look at the amount of tax payer money that goes into funding specific military equipment ranging from the ‘small’ items to the truly gargantuan in price. The graphic then compare these prices to things that the average American can relate to such as median income, cost of a college education, health

Famine in North Korea

This infographic gives a detailed description of the current situation in North Korea currently. It explains what has led to a food shortage and the number of people that are starving.    <a href=””>Teapot Warmers</a> <a href=””>Silver Amber Necklaces</a> <a href=””>Wholesale Glass Tea Sets</a> <a href=””>Mummy Sleeping Bags</a>

Rising Tension Between Rich And Poor

The PEW Research Center survey studied the level of U.S. citizens to inequality. Link    <a href=””>Teapot Warmers</a> <a href=””>Silver Amber Necklaces</a> <a href=””>Wholesale Glass Tea Sets</a> <a href=””>Mummy Sleeping Bags</a>

For the Troops

The Pepsi Refresh project has taken on a lot of projects to support and help U.S troops. This infographic provides information about the Pepsi Refresh Projects and it shows the items that are commonly sent in care packages to troops who are deployed. Link    <a href=””>Teapot Warmers</a> <a href=””>Silver Amber Necklaces</a> <a href=””>Wholesale Glass Tea Sets</a> <a href=””>Mummy Sleeping Bags</a>

Bringing Down Bin Laden

U.S. Navy Seal special forces raided Osama Bin Laden’s Pakistani compound on May 1, 2011 killing Bin Laden and taking away hard drives, DVDs, and other documents officials believe to be of benefit. The death of Bin Laden and May 1 were monumental markers in a nearly decade long war on terror and conflict in

OFWs of Countries in Turmoil

OFW stands for overseas Filipino workers which is someone of Filipino ancestry who lives outside of the Philippines. This infographic looks at OFWs in countries that are experiencing turmoil as of 2010. Link    <a href=””>Teapot Warmers</a> <a href=””>Silver Amber Necklaces</a> <a href=””>Wholesale Glass Tea Sets</a> <a href=””>Mummy Sleeping Bags</a>

Our Favorite Drugs

The war on drugs is a consistent problem in the U.S and 13 percent of arrests in 2007 were drug related to drug offenses. This infographic takes a look at the most commonly used drugs in different parts of the U.S and based on the Department of Justice which drugs pose the worst problems in

Egypt: The Million Man March

The Egyptian protests that began in early 2011 dominated the mainstream news and captivated people around the world. This infographic illustrates the uprising and some of the motivations behind the movement to remove Hosni Mubarak from power. Luckily this situation was diffused without an even greater cost to the government protestors. Link    <a href=””>Teapot Warmers</a> <a href=””>Silver Amber Necklaces</a> <a href=””>Wholesale Glass Tea Sets</a> <a href=””>Mummy Sleeping Bags</a>

The 10-Minute Guide To The U.S. Constitution

Turns out there may be a truly useful — if not urgent — purpose to having members of Congress take turns reading the U.S. Constitution. And party affiliation has nothing to do with it. According to the latest survey from the Intercollegiate Studies Institute, elected officials in the United States actually understand less about the U.S. Constitution