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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. 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.
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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. 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. 13, 2012

Anti-War Ron Paul Leads All Candidates in Military Donations

Ron Paul collects more donations from the armed forces than any other candidate. Is this a good indicator of general military opinion on foreign policy?
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Jan. 13, 2012

Mitt Romney Was A Great Business Man At Bain Capital, And Should Not Be Attacked For It

Republican attacks on Romney's Bain Capital activities are a senseless ploy by desperate candidates who are supposed to be supportive of free market activities.
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Jan. 13, 2012

When is Going to War Justifiable?

From Libya and Iran to Syria and Iraq, when is going to war justifiable? Is there such a thing as a "just war"?
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Jan. 13, 2012

Barack Obama May Have Lost His Cool Factor Among Millennials, But We'll Still Vote For Him

Obama won’t be able to maintain his 2008 momentum, but it won't be his downfall.
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Jan. 13, 2012

Warren Buffett Could Be Leading the Charge for a Moral Capitalism in America

As the Great Recession has shown, capitalism can be a double-edged sword that hurts society. It's time to re-think American capitalism.
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Jan. 13, 2012

The State of Young America: Millennials Need More Expensive Education to Succeed

Broadly, young people are getting more educated, which is good because they really need to, but hard because of unemployment and the rising costs of college.
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Jan. 13, 2012

2012 is the Year Obama Will Overcome His Disappointing Record

President Obama has broken far too many promises during his administration. For this election, it's time he repaid some of the faith his base has placed in him.
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Jan. 13, 2012

How Do We Fight America's Adderall Shortage? Commercialize the Market

Making it legal to have and use Ritalin or Adderall would help fight shortages, and also likely curb abuses of the drug.
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Jan. 13, 2012

Debate: Should the U.S. Go to War With Iran?

[Podcast] Has the Obama administration's policy in Iran been a success? Should the U.S. keep all options on the table to contain a nuclear Iran?
Jan. 13, 2012

In Search of a Silicon Valley Candidate for President

From Mitt Romney to Herman Cain, most of the GOP candidates come from very similar corporate, big business backgrounds. But in an entrepreneurial nation, where is the Silicon Valley candidate?
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Jan. 13, 2012

Setting the Record Straight On the Bain of Mitt Romney's 2012 Campaign

The attacks that Republican competitors are leveling against Romney for his Bain Capital record have been unfair and completely out of line.
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Jan. 13, 2012

Wall Street Pay Cuts Would Hurt the Financial Industry, Despite Popular Demand For Them

A number of Wall Street banks are mulling pay freezes and pay cuts. This may calm public outcry, but is bad for the financial industry.
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Jan. 13, 2012

Iran's Capture of a U.S. Drone Could Have Been Avoided With a Self-Destruct Switch

Drones used by the military should be equipped with a self-destruct mechanism in case they fall into enemy hands.
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Jan. 13, 2012

Republican Options Leave No Reasonable Alternatives to Obama

While Obama may leave much to be desired, the Republican alternatives are so far detached from reality that it is beyond reason to give them the presidency.