Every now and then I see an article that seems like the most perfect indicator of food globalization; this one.
They came up with the idea to hold a beauty contest to celebrate the 3,000,000th car to be pulled through its car wash.
Life Magazine was there to photo-document the PR event for the rest of us to look back on.
“No matter how hot, cool, or smart a guy is, I’d end a date if I found out he supported The Donald,” says my friend Allie, a single 28-year-old start-up marketer in New York.
“I hate getting into fights with people about politics!
It is a truism that politics makes for strange bedfellows, but there is evidence that it also makes for normal bedfellows.
Research shows that married couples on average share similar political beliefs.
That’s especially true when it comes to the crazy-contentious issues and candidates of this particular presidential election.
“What’s happening in our country right now is a new, unique situation,” says marriage therapist Tara Fields, Ph.
A recent article in the Journal of Politics by Gregory Huber, Yale professor of political science, and Neil Malhotra, a professor of political economy at Stanford University, offers fresh insight into these questions.