By Dr. Mike Walden
Political pundits following the presidential campaigns of the candidates have agreed on one conclusion — many people appear to be angry. Experts offer this as the reason voters are backing non-traditional candidates — or outsiders.
If the analysts are correct, then the follow-up question is, why? Why are so many people angry?
Of course there can be many reasons, such as fears over foreign threats, worries about personal safety, or concerns on specific costs like health care or education.