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Jan. 3, 2012

The Dark Side of Anonymous: Everything You Never Knew About the Hacktivist Group

Anonymous is known for its hacktivism and altruistic goals, but behind the masks are a group of young, impulsive kids with more power than they are mature enough to handle.
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Jan. 12, 2012

Sweden's Socialist-Based Society Can Be a Model For America

Sweden is a thriving economy and society based on a government of socialist principles, higher taxes, and healthy regulations.
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Jan. 25, 2012

NYC vs. D.C.: What's the Better City For 20-Somethings?

Here are the differences between NYC and D.C. from the perspective of a single, 20-something female.
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Jan. 2, 2012

Glenn Greenwald: 2012 Election? Or American Idol Reality TV Soap Opera?

Is the race for the 2012 GOP nomination more like a reality TV show pageant than a presidential election?
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Jan. 9, 2012

NDAA Another Broken Promise by President Barack Obama and an Attack on Civil Liberties

By signing the 2012 NDAA into law, President Obama has struck a heavy blow against civil liberties.
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Jan. 16, 2012

Hugo Chavez Gives Heating Aid to U.S. Poor Following Obama Budget Cuts

While President Obama and Congress cut aid to the neediest Americans, Venezuela steps in to help.
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Jan. 11, 2012

Privatization Would Help India's Huge Education System Improve in Quality

Privatization may improve the poor quality of India's education system.
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Jan. 16, 2012

Why Government Can't Be Run Like a Business

Government and business have inherent differences that prevent them from being run the same.
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Jan. 2, 2012

Three Simple Reasons Why We Need Progressive Tax Rates

Conservatives argue for flat income and consumption taxes. But progressive tax rates are fairer, more efficient, and will lead to a happier society.
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Jan. 16, 2012

To Strengthen America's Public Education System, Cut School Sports

When a quarter of a million teachers nationwide face lay-off and academic programs are on the block, extracurricular sports programs should go first.
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Jan. 13, 2012

New Legal Definition of Rape Shows Changing Attitude Towards Masculinity

The new legal definition of rape represents a changing attitude toward masculinity that will ultimately affect the way rape is both treated and committed.
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Jan. 16, 2012

What Do I Do If I Have An STD? Symptoms and Treatment Options

There are 19 million new STD infections each year, of which almost half are among millennials. Here are 5 tips for prevention & treatment if you are sexually active.
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Jan. 23, 2012

Who Won the Florida NBC GOP Debate? Newt Gingrich First, Ron Paul Second, Mitt Romney Last

In a slug fest between Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich, it was the latter who came out on top.
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Jan. 19, 2012

State Police Increasingly Turn to Drones to Monitor U.S. Citizens

If used responsibly while remaining fully aware of potential dangers, drones could revolutionize law enforcement in the United States.
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Jan. 6, 2012

Do Millennials Support Socialism Over Capitalism?

A new study finds that young people are the only age group whose support for socialism outweighs that of capitalism. What explains this trend?
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Jan. 30, 2012

Who Really Benefited From the Bush Tax Cuts?

The poor and middle class have benefited more from tax cuts over the past 30 years than their wealthy counterparts.
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Jan. 4, 2012

Will New Falklands Dispute With Latin America Lead Britain to War in 2012?

A Latin American embargo against Falklands ships is raising spectres of Britain's 1982 war with Argentina. Yet whilst a surprise war is unlikely, a diplomatic confrontation is looming.
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Jan. 9, 2012

4 Lies Barack Obama Has Told the American People

Obama has not lived up to his promises.
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Jan. 20, 2012

How the U.S. Education System Can Reclaim its Math and Science Glory

The U.S. is falling behind in math and science education. The country needs to promote a new school track system focused on STEM subjects to cultivate the next generation of scientists.
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Jan. 26, 2012

Straight from the Recruiter’s Mouth: Top 5 Resume and Interview Blunders

Here are some common mistakes to avoid in order to land your dream job.
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Jan. 26, 2012

Supreme Court's U.S. v. Jones Ruling is a Victory for Civil Liberties and Privacy, But Questions Remain

Even though the Court unanimously ruled that police violated the Constitution when they attached a GPS tracker to suspect Antoine Jones’ vehicle without a warrant, they left a lot of ambiguity.
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Jan. 7, 2012

NDAA: Barack Obama’s War Against the American People

The National Defense Authorization Act for 2012 is a declaration of war on the very people the government is supposed to protect.
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Jan. 23, 2012

Why Mitt Romney Is More Like Ronald Reagan Than You Think

Despite the criticisms, Mitt Romney is more like Ronald Reagan than the far right wants to admit.
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Jan. 5, 2012

Tim Tebow Philippines Charity Work and the Flawed Way Americans View the World

The coverage of Tebow's missionary work in the Philippines ignores the long history of American imperialism in the country.
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Jan. 20, 2012

Could Oil Lead to a New Falklands War Between Britain and Argentina?

The Britain’s support of self-determination in the Falkland Islands only reveals the state’s interest in retaining British control over the islands’ considerable oil reserves.
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Jan. 21, 2012

U.S. Should Legalize Marijuana to Curtail Mexican Drug War and Curb Illegal Immigration

The U.S. needs to increase its efforts to end the Mexican Drug Wars by rethinking its policies on drug legalization and regulation.
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Jan. 11, 2012

From Obesity to Unions, Hostess Brands is Everything That's Wrong With America

Bad financial choices, bad food, and bad management are bankrupting Hostess — a company that parallels America itself.
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Jan. 16, 2012

From Chris Christie to Marco Rubio, the 2016 Primaries Will Feature Amazing GOP Talent

This is the year the Republican old guard end their political careers. But 2016 will feature some of the best young talent in a generation.
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Jan. 23, 2012

Ron Paul Foreign Policy on Foreign Aid and the Middle East is Wrong

Ron Paul’s anti-defense spending agenda is not his fatal flaw; but his anti-foreign aid stance is.
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Jan. 27, 2012

Cyber Warfare: The War America is Losing

Despite possessing the capacity to engage in full cyber warfare, the United States has predominantly refused to employ such tactics even as the threat continues to grow.
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Jan. 24, 2012

Why Ron Paul Won the Florida GOP Debate

Ron Paul gives honest answers amidst GOP establishment hysteria.
Jan. 25, 2012

Prince Fielder Reaches $214M 9-Yr Deal with Detroit Tigers; Are Top Athletes Overpaid?

With the Texas Rangers in 2000, baseball star Alex Rodriguez earned higher than the 2000 median household income with each swing of his bat. Are America's top athletes grossly overpaid?
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Jan. 13, 2012

Why Many Americans Are Registering As Independents, Instead of GOP or Democrat

Independent voter registration is at a 60-year high, as Americans become fed up with the extreme polarization of the traditional two-party system.
Jan. 30, 2012

Four Millennial Eating Habits That Are Changing the Way We Eat

Millennials are diverse and demanding, and are helping to revolutionize the food system.
Jan. 2, 2012

Are Ethics in Journalism Being Overlooked?

The recent re-hiring of disgraced journalist Joe Halderman shows that unethical behavior in the industry is not being severely punished.
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Jan. 10, 2012

It's Time to Replace Our Outdated Education System With Free Market Alternatives

To fix America's education problems, we must take the state out of the education system.
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Jan. 10, 2012

Government Should Not Dictate What is Taught in Schools, Free Choice Must Rule

Only in a free market system can ideas compete and the best thoughts be discovered and spread.
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Jan. 25, 2012

What It's Like to Start a Food Truck in the Bay Area

Do you dream of quitting your day job and starting a food truck? Here's a glimpse of the not-so-glamorous life of one Bay Area food truck owner.
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Jan. 23, 2012

Who Is Winning the NBC Florida Republican Presidential Debate?

GOP candidates square off ahead of the Florida Primary. The gloves are off. Welcome to the GOP Octagon.
Jan. 5, 2012

The Flutie Effect: Why LSU & Alabama Football Are the Best University Ambassadors

The benefit provided by successful college sports programs is vital to the academic goals of a university.
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Jan. 23, 2012

Why Pepsi and Coca-Cola are Model Corporations

Corporate profits and social responsibility are all too often seen as a zero-sum trade off. Beverage giants Pepsi and Coke are proving that this doesn't have to be the case.
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Jan. 3, 2012

Why David Frum Is Wrong About Obesity

We are capable of living healthy lives on our own, and we should be taking steps to get the government out of our personal lives.
Jan. 4, 2012

Orbital Space Junk Will Make Private Space Travel From Firms Like SpaceX Impossible

The dangers posed by trash accumulating in the Earth's orbit will force governments to heavily regulate emerging private space travel companies.
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Jan. 5, 2012

What's the Difference Between Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum, and Ron Paul Foreign Policy?

The Iowa results are in, and New Hampshire’s around the bend. The world is taking notice of who could replace Obama, and what it might mean for them.
Jan. 11, 2012

Women Gamers: Will a Female Be the Lead Character in Grand Theft Auto V?

The lack of female video game developers has until now led women to be underrepresented and misrepresented in video games. How can we correct the gender imbalance in gaming?
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Jan. 19, 2012

$38,500 a Head Spike Lee Dinner for Barack Obama Contradicts President's Fundraising Claims

President Obama's demonizing of the rich while privately attending their swanky fundraising events undermine his recently espoused populist message.
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Jan. 17, 2012

A Muslim-American Perspective On the GOP And Ron Paul

Republicans are alienating this Muslim-American, and here are some ways they can win him back.
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Jan. 27, 2012

Why the U.S. Should Allow Iran to Become a Nuclear Power

Here's why the U.S. should accept Iran in the nuclear club without reservation.
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Jan. 28, 2012

A Reader's Guide to the Patrick Witt Rhodes Scholarship Scandal

Reports claims that Patrick Witt withdrew his Rhodes Scholarship application as a result of an accusation of sexual harassment. Get informed about the details.
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Jan. 28, 2012

Can Kodak Recover From Bankruptcy and Save Rochester, NY?

The once iconic American brand, and Rochester's largest employer, has filed for bankruptcy.
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Jan. 31, 2012

The Underlying Message Behind Jeb Bush’s Neutrality in the 2012 Republican Florida Primary

A possible endorsement of a losing candidate would be a smear on the former governor’s record as he preps for a future presidential run.
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Jan. 26, 2012

Who Won the CNN GOP Florida Debate? Mitt Romney Wins: Delivers Knockout Punch to Newt Gingrich

With the most critical primary coming up in Florida, Romney had his best debate performance tonight, reaffirmed why he’s the best leader to reinvigorate the American economy and defeat Obama.
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Jan. 27, 2012

Ron Paul Will Lose the 2012 Election, But Change U.S. Politics For the Better

Ron Paul is using his presidential campaign to educate fellow candidates, Republicans, and citizens on the true meaning of liberty.
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Jan. 28, 2012

At Davos World Economic Forum, Millennials Help Add Diversity To A Stale Old Crowd

By targeting the under-30 demographic with its new Global Shapers program, the World Economic Forum is working to change its reputation as a meeting ground for society's elite.
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Jan. 28, 2012

Government Intervention Does More Harm Than Good, Especially With Fossil Fuel Subsidies

Fossil fuel subsidies are yet another example of how government tends to do more harm than good when it intervenes in the economy.
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Jan. 13, 2012

How the Government Has Caused Poverty, and How Libertarians Can Fix It

The government often breaks the legs of those with the least amount of power and control over policy, and then hands them the crutches to convince them of its necessity.
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Jan. 13, 2012

5 Tips to Master the LSAT and Get Into Your Dream Law School

If you are interested in law school, here are 5 tips that will help you conquer that dreaded beast, the LSAT.
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Jan. 5, 2012

Government Should Continue To Fund Scientific Research

Research into the basic questions of science must be funded by the government to advance the field.
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Jan. 16, 2012

A Better Tax System: The Progressive Consumption Tax

The progressive consumption tax encourages work and investment, discourages conspicuous consumption, and has support from economists on the left and right.
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Jan. 7, 2012

Grit Test: Education is Not Purely Academic, And Must Also Focus on Character

Education is not only about student academic performance, but also about human character development.
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Jan. 23, 2012

Honduras, Murder Capital of the World, Proof that NRA's Gun-Freedom Dream is Flawed

Honduras is a living example of the NRA's gun liberty ideals, especially its chaotic and undeniably more dangerous effects.
Jan. 20, 2012

Do We Need the Pope Anymore?

The Pope is an unelected despot who claims infallibility and presides over a country of 800 people. Why do world leaders still care about what he has to say?
Jan. 31, 2012

Watchmen, Persepolis, and Maus: An Unofficial List of My Favorite Graphic Novels

Gone are the days of capped crusaders dominating the comic-book pages. Here are some of my favorite graphic novel authors.
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Jan. 15, 2012

Time For Parliamentary Democracy in America?

The deadlock and polarization in the American political system might be solved through an introduction of parliamentary democracy.
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Jan. 4, 2012

Brazil Growth Forecast for 2012 Cut to 3.8%

A halted third quarter economy has exposed the holes in the Brazilian government's economic policies and opened doubts about continued strong growth.
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Jan. 5, 2012

As Haiti Develops, Marriott and Digicell Can Create Hotel Tourism That Builds Communities

Haiti can use new hotel projects to create a new and less polarizing method of integrating private investment and city planning.
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Jan. 7, 2012

Who's Behind the Bombings in Syria's Capital?

It is hard to believe the Assad regime's story, as it might as well be the one orchestrating the deadly bombings in Damascus which it blames on others.
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Jan. 8, 2012

East vs. West: President Hu Jintao Leads China's Culture War

China's president should not cut the country off from the cultural influence of the West.
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Jan. 10, 2012

How Much Is An Ecosystem Worth? In Dollars, More Than the Keystone XL Pipeline

Nature's services are far more valuable than society realizes. It's time that environmentalists started talking like economists and posted hard numbers.
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Jan. 11, 2012

The Military’s Top Leadership Doesn’t Want Women in Combat

First it was the repeal of Don't Ask, Don't Tell. Now, will the military continue to emulate the equal rights of the society it protects by finally allowing women to serve in direct combat roles?
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Jan. 12, 2012

FAMU Hazing Death Should Force Schools to Do More to Curb LGBT Hate Crimes

High schools and universities should do better to take responsibility and address anti-gay hate crimes.
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Jan. 13, 2012

Young Europeans and Their Perceptions of America

Young Europeans talk about their views of America in the Obama-era and whether Europe still respects the United States.
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Jan. 18, 2012

How Much is Facebook Worth? Company Will IPO With a $100 Billion Valuation

Facebook's long-anticipated IPO has been announced for late May, and it is looking to raise $10 billion at a $100 billion investment. Here's why its stock may be a good investment.
Jan. 22, 2012

In the Wake of Joe Paterno's Death, Don't Heap Praise On a Vile Man

Paterno was a great coach. But he was an awful person for his involvement in the Sandusky sex scandal. In any eulogy for the former Penn State coach, this fact should trump all others.
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Jan. 23, 2012

What Questions Would You Ask Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich at Tonight's Republican Debate?

If I were the moderator of tonight's debate, I would ask the candidates questions about what differentiates them from President Obama.
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Jan. 20, 2012

5 Reasons Why Newt Gingrich Should Not Be the GOP Presidential Nominee

Gingrich has not lived up to the standards that he preaches on the campaign trail.
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Jan. 22, 2012

Ron Paul and the GOP Candidates Target Planned Parenthood and Attack Women's Rights

A new Ron Paul ad criticizes Planned Parenthood and shows that the GOP candidates are not protecting women's sexual and reproductive health.
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Jan. 24, 2012

Ron Paul Won't Win the 2012 Presidency, But His Run Has Exposed Flaws in Republicans

Paul's desire to eliminate Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, and other social programs prevent him from mounting real challenge, but his straightforward debate responses are refreshing.
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Jan. 26, 2012

Live Stream Video: Final Florida GOP Debate on CNN in Jacksonville

The four remaining candidates square up in what is expected to be a hot debate on Thursday night, 8pm on CNN.com.
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Jan. 26, 2012

Who Won the Florida Republican Debate? Mitt Romney Surging, Rick Santorum Second, Newt Gingrich Falling

Mitt Romney, sensing a renewed threat from Newt Gingrich after his South Carolina primary victory and jolt in both national and Florida polling, went on the attack, and again drew blood.
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Jan. 28, 2012

If GOP Candidate Ron Paul Runs As An Independent in 2012, It Would Actually Hurt Obama

Obama supporters who root for a third-party run by Ron Paul should be careful what they wish for since an independent bid by the libertarian would chip away at the president's base.
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Jan. 30, 2012

Ron Paul Foreign Policy Would Cut Military Excess and Preserve Liberty

Libertarian foreign policy would enhance international peace and harmony, not threaten it.
Jan. 30, 2012

Barack Obama Google+ Hangout Fails to Answer Most Popular Questions From Users

Obama participated in his first-ever Google+ Hangout. Over 227,000 people posted 133,000+ questions – but the president failed to answer the most popular questions.
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Jan. 18, 2012

Pros & Cons of Comparing Barack Obama to George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, and FDR

President Obama has been held in the shadow of the accomplishments of Washington, Lincoln, and the Roosevelts, and compared to Buchanan, Hoover, and Andrew Johnson’s failures.
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Jan. 17, 2012

How Government, Not Capitalism, Is Causing Income Inequality

There are many misconceptions about the causes of income inequality. The primary cause is the government and the cure is to get the government out of the way.
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Jan. 5, 2012

SATs Are Cheating Students, Not the Other Way Around

The SATs can't sum up a student's academic intelligence, and the best option is to eliminate them.
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Jan. 7, 2012

[LIVE] Who is Winning the GOP Debate in New Hampshire?

Tune in to this weekend's GOP debates and share your reactions live. Tell us who you believe won each debate and why.
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Jan. 27, 2012

The 2012 Presidential Election is Too Long

The Founding Fathers would surely weep at the state of American elections today.
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Jan. 16, 2012

Air Travel Has Changed For the Worse Over the Decade

Until 9/11, flights were enjoyable and travel easy. That has changed in the last 10 years.
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Jan. 26, 2012

Restricted Access to Birth Control is Counter-Productive to Women's Health

Just because there is restricted access to birth control or safe abortions does not mean unwanted pregnancies vanish, it only makes it more dangerous to terminate an unwanted pregnancy.
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Jan. 24, 2012

Angelina Jolie Depicts Rape and Abuse of Women in War in 'In the Land of Blood and Honey'

'In the Land of Blood and Honey' is memorable not only for its graphic depictions of war, but also its strong display of the abuse of women in war and its argument for humanitarian intervention.
Jan. 16, 2012

What's Your Favorite Martin Luther King, Jr. Quote?

On MLK Day, share your favorite Martin Luther King, Jr. quote.
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Jan. 17, 2012

How Cruise Ships Like the Costa Concordia Destroy the Environment

Cruise ships produce a range of pollutants that endanger people and the environment.
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Jan. 2, 2012

BCS Fiasco: College Football's Bowl Non-Profit Status Fumbles

As the IRS and Congress review college football bowl games' non-profit status, the profitable post-season system may end. This could generate state revenue and fix the sport.
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Jan. 11, 2012

How Can You Get Your Friends to Care About Politics?

Politics is relevant to everyone, but the only way to generate activism and genuine interest among young people is to cater to interests they already have.
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Jan. 19, 2012

Free Speech On College Campuses a Must, Especially During Election Seasons

Political expression during election season often falls victim to overly cautions administrators and overly broad policies.
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Jan. 21, 2012

Two Years After the Haiti Earthquake, Western NGOs and Foreign Aid Fail to Rebuild

Foreign governments and private donors have pledged billions of dollars to help rebuild Haiti, but two years since the earthquake, much of that money has not been disbursed.
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Jan. 31, 2012

Why I Chose to Work in Thailand (And Why Millennials Should Work Abroad Too!)

For millennials, working abroad is a must-do and an invaluable way to gain modern professional skills.
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Jan. 21, 2012

Ending the Prison Pay Phone Scam Can Curb Recidivism Rates and Help Prison Reform

Private prisons in the U.S. are charging inmates exorbitant prices for phone calls. This price gouging isolates prisoners and threatens to increase recidivism rates.
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Jan. 11, 2012

Ron Paul is Dangerous for America

Paul's libertarian ideology sounds attractive in theory but could have harsh consequences if implemented.
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Jan. 18, 2012

Today's GOP Has a Diversity Problem

Until the Republican Party places more of an emphasis on problems and less on rhetoric, African-Americans will continue to support the Democrats.
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Jan. 2, 2012

The Courage Campaign Wrongly Targets Kim Kardashian to Pay Higher Taxes

California's budget woes will not be fixed by demanding that celebs like Kardashian pay higher taxes. The state should reform its spending habits.
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Jan. 18, 2012

Anthony Bourdain and Paula Deen Try to Profit Off Her Diabetes Diagnosis

Leave it to the Southern celebrity chef infamous for her Lady's Brunch Burger to turn a diagnosis of a potentially fatal disease into a lucrative sponsorship opportunity.
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Jan. 20, 2012

Reject Soda Taxes to Curb Government Intrusion On Our Liberty

Soda taxes which amount to one or two cents per beverage disparately impact the poorest individuals in society and impose on our personal liberty.
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Jan. 2, 2012

Mitt Romney, Ron Paul, or Rick Santorum? What Factors Should You Use to Decide Your Vote in 2012?

Name the top three factors that you will use to select your candidate in the 2012 election.
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Jan. 19, 2012

Pakistani President Zardari is Withstanding the Power of Pakistan's Army

With the support of people and the media, the democratic government of Pakistan is standing firm against the all-powerful military.
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Jan. 23, 2012

Occupy Nigeria: A Possible Leap Towards Reform in a Fractured Country?

Through the use of protests and a national strike, Nigerians who are normally divided across ethnic, religious, and class lines rallied under one voice in an effort to eliminate corruption.
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Jan. 24, 2012

President Obama Should Resist Calls for War With Iran and Continue to Use Sanctions

President Obama’s foreign policy has got the equation right on Iran: Diplomatic pressure and covert operations will prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons.
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Jan. 25, 2012

Five Things From the State Of the Union That Just Don't Add Up

During his 2012 State Of the Union speech, President Obama delivered what amounted to little more than a campaign speech. Like most campaign speeches, the rhetoric soared. A few things he touched on, however, just didn't add up.
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Jan. 3, 2012

Euro Crisis in No Way Can Be Compared With the Great Depression or WWII

Our world is fundamentally different from the one that was in the 1920s and 1930s, and different dynamics are at work when talking about the current economic crisis.
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Jan. 3, 2012

Will the Iowa Caucus Results Matter?

Iowa has only picked a winner for the GOP twice in the last 40 years. The outcome of the caucuses tonight could determine just how legitimate Iowa still is.
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Jan. 4, 2012

Sam Eshaghoff's SAT Cheating Scandal Shows Flaws in Educational System

Standardized testing is an outdated and unreliable assessment of one’s knowledge, and the amount of importance placed on achievement on these exams creates a cut-throat atmosphere for students.
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Jan. 18, 2012

Was Diane Abbott's Tweet an Example of Racism, Or Are We Too Politically Correct?

The first black female British MP Diane Abbott caused a furor when she tweeted, "White people love playing ‘divide & rule.’ We must not play their game."
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Jan. 19, 2012

Why is the Costa Concordia Crash Trending More than Famine in Africa?

Media decides which topics become the focus of the public, by strategic placing on the front page. This week that article should have been the failure of the international community in Africa.
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Jan. 20, 2012

Obama Should Select Hillary Clinton as Vice President for Election 2012

For the long-term health of the Democratic party, President Barack Obama should select Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as Vice President for the 2012 election.
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Jan. 21, 2012

Yes, Millennials are Engaged in Politics and Will Vote in 2012 Election

Instead of questioning if young people will come out to vote, let's ask how millennials can be a part of the long-term political process.
Jan. 5, 2012

It's Free Market Time For Science, Cut Publicly Funded Science

The costs of publicly funded science outweigh the benefits. It's time to eliminate it.
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Jan. 5, 2012

Individual Health Insurance Mandate is Not a Difficult Constitutional Question

The libertarian argument that the government cannot order private citizens into a healthcare insurance contract with a third-party is a legal nonstarter.
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Jan. 29, 2012

The U.S. Could Be Against A Nuclear Iran Because of Business Interests, Not Security

If a country possesses domestically-grown nuclear technology, not only does it become a competitive exporter, but its own industries, technology, research and education improve.
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Jan. 5, 2012

Kazakhstan Shows Western Human Rights Interventions Remain Hypocritical

As is evident when considering the case of Kazakhstan, the West does not care about human rights in the developing world.
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Jan. 31, 2012

Are Private Equity and Venture Capital Good or Bad for the Economy?

Because of Romney's successful career in private equity as the head of Bain Capital, this election has raised the question: Are private equity and venture capital firms bad for the economy?
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Jan. 31, 2012

Stephen Colbert Super PAC Raises Over $1 Million, Positively Influences the 2012 Election

Stephen Colbert's super PAC, Americans For A Better Tomorrow, reported Tuesday that it has raised $1,023,121. Colbert's involvement in the 2012 campaign is a good thing for the Republican Party.
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Jan. 5, 2012

Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood Will Not Stir Up War With Israel

A referendum by the Muslim Brotherhood on the Egypt-Israel peace treaty might be the best way to realize the necessity of peace between the two nations.
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Jan. 6, 2012

9 Things Every School and School System Should Learn from Teach For America

While Teach For America is not the solution to the national education crisis, it does have a few important lessons to teach.
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Jan. 6, 2012