Drawing Down Troops From Iraq

After nine long years, the United States military has finally left Iraq and our troops will be back on American soil. In support of those who have served our country, this infographic provides information from USC Social Work about their time spent overseas and the challenges they face transitioning back to civilian life.

A Technical Examination of SOPA and PIPA

Unless you’ve been hiding out in a cave or on a very extended vacation, you’ve no doubt heard about two bills that are circulating congress – SOPA (short for “Stop Online Piracy Act”) and PIPA (short for “Protect IP Act”) and all the controversy surrounding them. What you may not understand is exactly what these bills stand for and how they might impact the Internet as we know it today. This infographic explains SOPA and PIPA in a very simplistic way.

SOPA vs The Film Industry

Has Hollywood already forgotten the 1950s and the blacklist? This infographic from Matador Network takes a look at the history of movie studios attempts to control the industry and how SOPA is just another tactic they are trying to utilize for that control.

SOPA: The Internet Blacklist Bill

SOPA is a new bill introduced in congress that will allow the U.S government power to block certain sites and links from internet users in the States. This infographic shows how this bill can affect the privacy of internet users in the U.S and how it crosses the boundaries of censorship.

Presidential Candidates and Their Tax Proposals

As is with all Presidential elections in the U. S., taxes are again central to the political discussion around who will be the best man to lead our nation. Will it be President Obama for a second term? The brains over at The Tax Institute have been hard at work crunching the numbers associated with the various candidates tax plans. Below is an infographic on what each candidate is proposing and what it means for you and your family.

Vote 2012: Social Media vs. Traditional Media

Historically, caucuses have served as early indicators of which candidate might win their party’s nomination. However, earlier this week, many speculated that Twitter would be a better predictor of the Iowa caucuses than traditional polling. And they might have been right.

Did the Internet Get it Wrong in Iowa Caucus?

Was the recent Iowa caucus the first truly ‘social’ primary in this year’s Presidential race? The following infographic published by Sociagility compares each candidate’s share of the vote and some of the key social media metrics published in the weeks leading up to January 3rd event and concludes that the winner in terms of predicting the result in Iowa was… the mainstream news media?