Archive for the ‘Politics’ category


January 22nd, 2016
TrumpScript icon (via GitHub)

TrumpScript icon (via GitHub)

Regardless of what you think about The Donald, if you enjoy computers, you’ll love TrumpScript — “Making Python great again!” Created by Sam Shadwell, a student Rice University, according to his GitHub profile page.

A few features listed on the page:

  • All programs must end with America is great.
  • Our language will automatically correct Forbes’ $4.5B to $10B.
  • In its raw form, TrumpScript is not compatible with Windows, because Trump isn’t the type of guy to believe in PC.
  • The language is completely case insensitive.

The author has posted 103 commits to this repository between Jan 16 and Jan 22. Wow. Sounds like he’s serious about getting Python back to where it once was!

Enjoy! | Political Climate – An Interactive Timeline Scaling

November 2nd, 2010

If you have been wondering how Americans’ concerns have changed over time and/or by party, look no further than | Political Climate – An Interactive Timeline Scaling. An interactive Flash-based infographic, the Political Climate chart shows how Americans feel about everything from the economy to healthcare to crime, morals, and immigration. You can select a composite view or break it down by political party (Democrat or Republican), year by year since 2001. Enlightening to compare the two parties’ views. Click back-and-forth between them and see how they fared.

A Presidential History of the US

August 2nd, 2010

Section of the complete graphic

Rachel Mercer‘s graphic “Presidential Costs” shows, in a circular timeline, the history of the US through a history of the presidents, from Washington through Obama. Four layers of rings plus a ring of bubbles visualizes the time periods, key legislative acts, foreign conflicts and wars, and national debt. Very nice graphic.