Dee Meyer
Dee Meyer

Dee is a Social Worker, Software Engineer, Organic Suburban Gardener/Livestock Grower, Diversity and Gender Equality Advocate, and an American Free Spirit. She plans to retire in the most technologically advanced rural homestead in the future. She has been living a simple and sustainable lifestyle way before it was "cool." Lifetime member of International Honors Society for Computing and Information Disciplines (UPE). BA Psychology Honors, MPA Honors, MS Computer Science Honors, CMIP.

Sept. 28, 2012

A PolicyMic Community Challenge: Mic Up the Editorial Board Post and We Can Watch Chris Miles Dance “Ice Ice Baby” and Gangnam Style In Times Square!

We Can Watch Chris Miles Dance “Ice Ice Baby” and Gangnam Style In Times Square if you mic up the Editorial Board's post.

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Sept. 21, 2012

Obama vs Romney: Why Both Candidates Believe in Wealth Redistribution

Here is clear proof that Romney appears to believe in wealth redistribution as much as Obama supposedly does.
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Sept. 19, 2012

Veterans for Romney: Military and Seniors Are in That 47 Percent

That 47% Romney mentioned often includes veterans and military families, should our potential future president really be giving up on them?
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Aug. 10, 2012

10 Stats Obama Can Use to Deliver the 2012 Knockout Blow to Romney

10 really powerful stats, facts and secret weapons that the Obama campaign has in the 2012 election.
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July 27, 2012

Romney Will Be George W. Bush 2.0, Especially When it Comes to Taxes and Spending

There is a growing unrest among Republican voters regarding the comparison between Romney’s and Bush Jr.’s policies about taxation, spending, and regulation.
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July 26, 2012

10 Charts That Prove Why Obama Has Nothing to Worry About in Election 2012

Here are 10 charts and pictures indicating why Obama is the sure-fire winner in the 2012 presidential race.

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July 24, 2012

Obama vs Romney in Florida: Swing State Could Decide the Presidency

As the November presidential election quickly approaches, what is the current status in Florida? Will this swing state go red or blue, and what will be the determining factor?