September 2012 Archives
The young -- and therefore the Democrats -- should be very worried.
By Shawn Lawrence Otto | Sep 23, 2012
It's not about voter fraud. Minnesota has had no cases of voter impersonation, which is the only kind of fraud that a government-issued photo ID would prevent. It's about turning Minnesota into a "red state" for the foreseeable future. Here's how.
If presidential candidates will, why won't they?
By Shawn Lawrence Otto | Sep 12, 2012
If the candidates for president will discuss the nation's top science issues, why won't the key members of Congress who lead the committees that deal with science policy?
A remarkable guide to maximizing the power of words
By Shawn Lawrence Otto | Sep 11, 2012
Language Intelligence speaks to that urge that we all have to convince others of the rightness of our ideas, and shows how the masters do it in concrete, clear, and concise language.
My Top Ten Reasons for Republicans to Accept Reality on the Climate
By Shawn Lawrence Otto | Sep 10, 2012
Nationally-known meteorologist Paul Douglas has a challenge for the Republican presidential nominee
The candidates for president have very different views on the big science issues
By Shawn Lawrence Otto | Sep 05, 2012
President Barack Obama and his challenger Governor Mitt Romney have answered fourteen Top American Science Questions put to them by the grassroots nonprofit I lead, ScienceDebate.org.