Friday, November 23, 2012

Political Science

When science and politics collide:
After analyzing both the Democratic and Republican Party platforms, it’s evident that science is secondary to politics. Politicians of both parties manage to find science that conveniently supports the policies they already favor.
When science becomes politicized, is it still really science?

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