David Satterlee's groups.
|Political Language and Messaging
This is for all of us who have published or who want to publish on the use and misuse of political language, as a lot of us have done in the past month.
|Psychology of Conservatives and Liberals
Political psychology governing perception, emotion, and thought. Development, stages, and states of political worldviews, belief systems, and reactions. Why do we, as individuals and communities, see and do things differently?
|Readers and Book Lovers
Where readers, writers, bibliophiles, and lovers of all things literary find their favorite series and one-of-a-kind diaries, including "Bookflurries," "Write On!," and "What are you reading?" Plus newer series like "Books So Bad They're Good," "Books in My Life," (formerly "Books That Changed My Life"), "Monday Murder Mystery," "Contemporary Fiction Views," "LGBT Literature," and "Books Go Boom!" We hope you'll visit Readers & Book Lovers for the same reasons you get together with a friend -- ...
|Republicans are Wrong
This group attempts the Sisyphean task of keeping Republicans honest. The goal is a series of short diaries pointing out when Republicans are provably wrong on the material facts upon which policy is based. This may include errors in science, history, law, or any other topic.
|Thorium - Better Nuclear Energy
Discussing thorium nuclear reactors: Abundant; Cleaner; Greener, Safer; Smaller; More Efficient.
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