Political Infographics

Uncle Sam Wants You To Hack For the US Government

Have you ever wanted to become a hacker? Well, you’re in luck. The government is looking for students to counter cyber terrorism, or otherwise known as white hat hackers. Check out the infographic below to learn more about how the government is trying to beef up their cyber security workforce.

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The Value of a Well-Armed Citizenry

The Value of a Well-Armed Citizenry

Gun control seems to be a hot topic among Americans today, especially after the recent Sandy Hook tragedy. However, more gun control might not be the best answer. Check out this infographic presented by CriminalJusticeDegreeHub to learn more about gun control in America.

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Gun Shy? A Look at Public Opinion Ownership

Gun Shy? A Look at Public Opinion Ownership

Despite recent polling indicating that a vast majority of Americans favor tightening restrictions on accessibility to guns (more than three-quarters favor making private gun sales and purchases at gun shows subject to background checks), the picture of public opinion on guns is much more complex upon closer examination.

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Closing Guantanamo Bay

Closing Guantanamo Bay

Guantanamo Bay has been at the center of controversy around the world, with many questioning its purpose. Guantanamo Bay has been active since shortly after the 9/11 terrorist attacks to house terrorists and those suspected of aiding terrorist. Most of the controversy around Guantanamo revolves around the financial burden to the US, as well as the questionable interrogation tactics utilized at the camp. The CWSL Trial Advocacy created this infographic to help educate the general public on both sides of the issue so they can fully understand the controversy at hand.

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Presidential Fun Facts

Presidential Fun Facts

“Fun” and “quirky” aren’t typical terms that come to mind when you think of U.S. presidents’ personal lives, but you might be surprised! As the second infographic in a two-part series on our nation’s great leaders, The following infographic includes some fun facts about our commanders in chief.

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Hillary Clinton: A Political Legacy

Hillary Clinton left the post of Secretary of State on February 1 as the most popular US politician, sparking rumors that she may run for President in the 2016 election. While any prospective Presidential bids are up in the air, some would say that Hillary Clinton has left John Kerry with some big shoes to fill. NerdWallet offers a closer look at the former Secretary of State and her education, life history and political legacy.

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What the Health? Understanding Obama’s 11 Year Plan for Health Reform

This health reform infographic from Clarity Way breaks down the Affordable Care Act in an effort to explain how it will affect each and every citizen, from small businesses to large ones, college students to parents, and senior citizens to the young. It’s important that you know about the Affordable Care Act and understand that if we had maintained our status-quo, over 14,000 Americans would lose their health insurance daily.

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A History of Presidential Inaugurations

On January 20th, 2013, President Obama will be sworn in for his second term as the 44th President of the United States. Because January 20th falls on a Sunday this year, the ceremony for the public will take place on Monday, January 21st. In honor of this historic event, WyzAnt.com, a national marketplace of in home tutors, has created a visual overview of presidential inaugurations over the last 80 years including a summary of the state of the nation at the time each president was sworn into office.

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Shedding Light on America’s Homeless Veterans

One of the major challenges facing veterans is homelessness. Of the 636,017 homeless people in the United States, 67,495 are veterans. Veterans are twice as likely to become chronically homeless as other Americans. This is due, in part, to veterans’ heightened risk of unemployment, foreclosure and poverty. Check out this Infographic USC’s Masters in Military Social Work Program from to learn more about this demographic of homeless Americans and how the government and nonprofit organizations are addressing the issue.

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Women in Senate By the Numbers

1992 was deemed “The Year of the Woman” because there were 7 female Senators elected. Twenty years later, we have almost tripled that number. In fact, did you know that 20% of the 2013 Senate will be made up of women? NerdWallet explains why this election is historic and who these women are.

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