At last, "Game of Thrones," Season 7, is here with the Sunday premiere on HBO, a season that will be watched by most humans on the globe because, well, it is just the best damn show in the history of human entertainment. The characters, the amazing story arcs, the subtleties,... Some say that almost half of America wouldn't date someone with opposing political views.At last, "Game of Thrones," Season 7, is here with the Sunday premiere on HBO, a season that will be watched by most humans on the globe because, well, it is just the best damn show in the history of human entertainment. The characters, the amazing story arcs, the subtleties,... Others say that young Democrats don't want young Republicans in the same college dorm.A of married couples found that only 9% were cross-party pairs.And it's gotten worse in recent years: In 1960, 4% of Democrats and 5% of Republicans said they'd be displeased if their children married an opposing party member; in 2010, those numbers to 33% of Democrats and 49% of Republicans.Until we reach that point, we'll settle for photos of Boeh-Losi's near-makeouts.On this page you'll find all the available democrat dating sites.Whether you like it or not, in coming months such themes will be pushed on you, relentlessly — the way stories about bitcoins and Esperanto were pushed on you — despite your loudest inner screams. So there will be more studies and stories and polls asking, "Can I date a Republican and not get a disease?" or explaining, "How to hide your Democratic lover from your family" and so on.
Whatever would we do without those stories on political biology in Sunday lifestyle sections?As my brief jaunt on a Republican dating site confirmed, we're transcending the current partisan political divide in the way we date — and it's a positive indicator of what a new generation of politics can look like.Thankfully, cross-party dating success isn't limited to TV.Or at least I heard that on a talk show, so it must be kind of true.If these surveys are in fact true — and right now I don't care if they are — anyone who lets politics interfere with romance is probably too idiotic to raise children and should probably be chemically altered for the greater good. Right now I bet there's some generic young Republican college student reading The Nation, just so he gets the buzzwords right so he might date that girl in Madison with the big brown eyes. Listen to a new episode of "The Chicago Way" podcast with John Kass and Jeff Carlin — with guest Kristen Mc Queary of the Tribune Editorial Board — at