If the median household income had kept pace with the economy since 1970, it would now be nearly $92,000—not $50,000. Sort of a big difference, no?
At the Reagan Library debate in California, attendees memorably broke into a spontaneous round of applause in support of Rick Perry’s record on the death penalty. At last week’s debate in Tampa, a handful of audience members cheered the prospect of a man without health insurance being left to…
That’s why, today, I’m proposing the “Raise Bill O’Reilly’s Taxes Act of 2011.”
raise his fucking taxes.
RAISE HIS TAXES!
We came to that conclusion at the beginning of summer, when contemplating the unfortunate choices made by former congressman Anthony Weiner. Is it ever OK to tweet that picture of your penis? Nope. It’s not.
While the path from question to answer is as simple and clear as a straight line, some people clearly don’t get it, and need our help. And help is always best in the form of a chart.
Thus was born the No-Chart, GOOD’s latest attempt to push the world forward with a visual guide to clear thinking. We realized this fun meme was applicable to all sorts of not-so-thorny dilemmas. Take, for example, today’s headlines.
Now it’s your turn. So visit GOOD Labs (the digital playground where the child in us hangs out. More tools to come soon) and make your own No-Chart.
Because even rational optimists need to say no sometimes.
We asked one of the world’s leading experts on vaccines for his thoughts on Rep. Michele Bachmann’s fearmongering about Gardasil. He didn’t hold back.