The Polarizing Effect of a Presidential Election

By Gregory Kallenberg |

I’m sure I’m not the only one who gets mad when I’m watching the presidential debates. The candidates’ puerile anger and teenager-style bickering can be maddening (though, admittedly, highly entertaining). But while most of my friends seem to be angry because their candidate is getting attacked or the views of an opposing candidate seem to be a personal affront, my ire comes from a different place. My disdain for these events and, heck, the entire election this year is that… (more)