What's Your State Government Known For?

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Since the signing of the Declaration of Independence, America hasn’t just looked to its leaders for strength and guidance; we’ve also turned to the man in the White House for advice on all the hottest new hairstyles. In this infographic, Ogle School takes a look at the hair of all the presidents of the U.S.

Since the signing of the Declaration of Independence, America hasn’t just looked…

This infographic from Smart Paper Help shows the political courses of the Democrats and the Republicans before the upcoming elections. It is designed to help millennials familiarize with the differences between the political views and programs of the two parties and to decide for whom you will vote on the presidential elections this November.

This infographic from Smart Paper Help shows the political courses of the Democrats and the Republicans before the upcoming elections.

This Medigo Infographic outlines the key facts about the relationship between the NHS and the European Union. The referendum on EU membership took place on the 23rd June, with UK opting for a leave vote with a majority of 52%. What happens now and what the consequences may be is a subject of heated debate. An important consideration is the future of the National Health Service. Although “Leave” campaigners believe that the NHS will be better off now outside the EU, recent government figures…

This infographic outlines the key facts about the relationship between the NHS and the European Union. The UK’s referendum on EU membership takes place on

Is Venezuela the most dangerous country on planet Earth? It is certainly a possibility, at least according to this infographic from The Human Rights Foundation.

Is Venezuela the most dangerous country on planet Earth? It is certainly a possibility, at least according to this infographic from The Human Rights Foundation.

The 2016 election is in full swing and we’re seeing the usual gamesmanship that comes into play during campaign season. Candidates are using a variety of tactics to win over voters, from tweets and commercials to campaign signs and branded coffee mugs. If you’ve ever seen a political attack ad with grainy footage and inflammatory language and wondered whether it’s actually affecting voters, the answer is yes. That’s just one of many propaganda techniques that campaigns use to leave an…

The 2016 election is in full swing and we're seeing the usual gamesmanship that comes into play during campaign season.

How Do Betting Markets Predict the General Election?

How Do Betting Markets Predict the General Election?

Drug Superhighways

At least 20 terror organizations, which is almost half of the Department of State’s known foreign terrorists, are using the international drug trade for revenue!

Chances are you've seen one or more of your friends threatening to move to Canada pending the outcome of the Presidential election. Learn what it takes from this infographic by Sparefoot.

America’s election exodus: what it really takes to move to Canada. Whenever presidential election time rolls around in the U., dissenting eyes have a tendency to wander Canada’s way. How easy is it, though, to ditch the Stars & Stripes for a maple leaf…

Retirement, the Election and You

Retirement, the Election and You - An Infographic from My Retirement Options

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