Does Solar Really Work In My State?

Does Solar Really Work In My State?

March 21, 2013

A lot of people think you have to live in a sunny state like California in order for solar panels to work, but nothing could be further from the truth. Solar is starting to take off even in famously overcast places like Portland and Buffalo. Here we reveal why solar works in even the un-sunniest […]

Government Spending: State-by-State Breakdown

Government Spending: State-by-State Breakdown

March 17, 2013

For the fiscal year 2009, some states got a larger slice of available government money than others. Here is a state-by-state breakdown of which states got the most government money per capita and which states received the least. Source

state-food-map

State food map

January 28, 2013

I like the idea, although a lot of these choices are rather big-city-centric (Illinois gets the deep-dish pizza, Colorado gets the Denver omelet, etc.). Source

Jackpot in Nevada

Jackpot in Nevada

November 27, 2012

Fun Facts and Stats for the State of Nevada. Source

Should Religion Be Separated From State?

Should Religion Be Separated From State?

October 25, 2012

Religion and politics have been very closely knit since the beginning of history. Very often the political identity of a state has been held together by religion. Are nations and states ready to embrace secularism and divorce religion from government and administration? Source

Control of Birth Control

Control of Birth Control

October 11, 2012

When President Obama signed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act in 2012, the bill included a requirement that companies cover the cost of FDA-approved contraceptive drugs and services with no charge to employees. The provision became controversial among religious conservatives, forcing Obama to shift responsibility for contraceptive costs to insurance providers when employers object […]

Crazy State Laws

Crazy State Laws

July 24, 2012

Did you know that there is a city ordinance in Arizona that prohibits women from eating raw onions while drinking buttermilk on the Sabbath? Pretty crazy, right? You’d be surprised how many states in our great nation have absurd laws in place. Source

Teen Moms

Teen Moms

June 25, 2012

An infographic showcasing the trends in teen pregnancy over the years, organized by state and ethnicity. Source

Best and Worst Drivers in The US

Best and Worst Drivers in The US

June 15, 2012

Have you ever wondered which states were the best to drive in and which states the worst? This infographic examines the conditions of the roads of many states and also ranks the safety of pedestrians in each state. Suggested places to avoid would be Florida and Rhode Island while places to visit would be California […]