Edgar T Wilson

Edgar T Wilson

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Edgar Wilson writes on trends in health, education, and global affairs. He studied conflict resolution and international relations and has worked in a variety of industries.

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Google's New Feature Gives Party Candidates Power to Control What Information You Receive - IVN.us

Google's New Feature Gives Party Candidates Power t...

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Who Has Been The Most Honest POTUS Candidate? The Answer ...

Who Has Been The Most Honest POTUS Candidate? The A...

Is celebrity worse than partisanship 39634 article
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Is America's Celebrity Culture to Blame for Poor Leadership? - IVN.us

America's celebrity culture is a major hurdle to electing quality leaders and instead feeds a political class that gets elected without leadership skills...

Theres no empathy in partisanship new study highlights key problem in washington 65131 article
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There's No Empathy in Partisanship: New Study Highlights Key Problem in Washington - IVN.us

Empathy is the evolutionary key to human cooperation; it is also missing from Washington. Can politicians learn to empathize and work together?...

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Pragmatism in N.Y. Budget Negotiations Shows Compromise Is Still Possible - IVN.us

Pragmatism in N.Y. Budget Negotiations Shows Compro...

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Modifying Public Behavior: The Real Bipartisan Goal of Tax Reform - IVN.us

Modifying Public Behavior: The Real Bipartisan Goal...

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OPINION: How Much Influence Does the President Actually Have on ...

OPINION: How Much Influence Does the President Actu...

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2016 Will Make the Strongest Case for Publicly Funded Elections ...

2016 Will Make the Strongest Case for Publicly Fund...

How can more universities make college affordable for lower income families 70077 article
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How Universities Can Really Improve the Cost of Higher Education - IVN.us

Obama, Starbucks, and Stanford have all proposed ways to help lower-income families pay for school, but the cost of higher educations doesn't just affect poor households....

When will we start treating donald trumps candidacy seriously 32168 article
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When Will We Start Treating Donald Trump's Candidacy Seriously? - IVN.us

Historically speaking, it is almost unfair to single Trump out as an nonviable candidate based solely on the media's portrayal of him....

Keep off the grass article
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Marijuana Is Not The Grass You Should Be Worried About - IVN.us

The political machinery in America has kept itself running by encouraging the public to cherry-pick controversies without regard to consequence or impact....

Individualism article
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America Is Quickly Becoming the Nation of No Labels - IVN.us

In greater numbers, Americans are leaving political parties and religious groups in favor of no labels and one reason why sticks out above all the rest....

Who has the most influence in elections 99164 article
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Despite What You May Have Heard, Google Is Not Taking over the World - IVN.us

There is a popular theory that argues that Google can manipulate voter opinion by manipulating search results, thus having great influence over elections....

Candidates will offer the moon with tax reform 63414 article
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Candidates Will Offer You The Moon With Tax Reform Because They Don't Have to Deliver - IVN.us

While many presidential candidates will promise to implement "X" tax reform to appease whatever voting bloc they need support from, Americans should instead demand that their representatives in Congress fix the system....

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Net Neutrality is Not a Win for Either Party; It Is a Win for Internet Users - IVN.us

While net neutrality has become a partisan issue over the past few months, both parties make good points in some areas, but miss the true purpose of the FCC's new rules....