Slow website loading – this is not only a problem for users who are hurt by the long loading of the site. If the website takes a long time to load, then for the most part the website owner suffers, as users leave his website ahead of time. Often the… Read more“How to increase website loading speed”
Pete Buttigieg ’s campaign for president is an interesting one. He’s garnered a lot of attention, is fundraising very well, seems well-liked by all, but is polling at around five percent. He did just have a poll that had him at eight percent, just behind Bernie Sanders, but that’s still… Read more“Pete Buttigieg for… Vice President? – Outside the Bubble”
Today, President Trump announced his intention to nominate Dr. Judy Shelton—an outspoken proponent of returning to the Gold Standard, and critic of the Federal Reserve—to the Reserve’s Board of Directors. Dr. Shelton currently serves as U.S. Director for the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
Four polls have been conducted since the first set of Democratic debates concluded, and there is one clear pattern: Kamala Harris is surging. The junior Senator from California had an excellent debate on the second night, with more than 18 million viewers watching her take premeditated shots at frontrunner Joe… Read more“Harris Gaining Ground in Recent Democrat Polling”
DevOps is a term on the junction of two specialties – Development and IT Operations. DevOps is a methodology that appeared in 2009. Its common goal is to make the process of software development more efficient and predictable. The concept of DevOps is based on the collaboration between teams of… Read more“DevOps companies”
That members of Congress are ambitious is a political science axiom. Getting elected (and reelected) to Congress requires ambition, as does the earnest pursuit of policy and power goals. Given this dynamic, the constant challenge for party leaders – particularly in the House – is channeling the ambitions of their… Read more“Rethinking member ambition and the reelection goal”
Where to begin with this article. I suppose it’s best to start out by linking what is quite possibly the worst take that 2019 is going to give us (and that’s saying a lot). In this article, written by Clémence Michallon, an argument is presented that asserts things would be much better if… Read more“America Should Allow Other Countries to Vote in the 2020 Election: A Response”