Why do We Listen to Polls?
Six in 10 predict an economic crisis if the government's ability to borrow isn't renewed later this month with an increase in the debt limit — an expectation widely shared by economists. Yet only 30 percent say they support raising the limit; 46 percent were neutral on the question.Really folks? You're saying that a huge part of our political decisions are based on polling and folks can't even follow simple cause and effect? Got it.
Also on today's #TWiBRadio, #TeamBlackness discussed the great Jesus conspiracy, the productive habits of famous writers, and Captain Picard is outraged . . . and Black.Subscribe on iTunes | Subscribe On Stitcher | Direct Download | RSS
And this morning on #amTWiB, we put together some of the greatest moments from the last year of #amTWiB.Subscribe on iTunes | Subscribe On Stitcher | Direct Download | RSS And finally, in case you missed it, we did a bit of broadcasting while on hiatus we discussed some amazing Berkeley racism thanks to the Rookie Moms twitter feed: Direct Download (Cross-posted)