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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. 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. 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. 19, 2012

Stephen Colbert Should Be Included in Thursday's South Carolina GOP Debate

Comedian Stephen Colbert, who has shown that he polls well nationally, should be included in the Thursday South Carolina debate.
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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. 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. 19, 2012

Who Won the South Carolina Debate? Newt Gingrich Wins, Ron Paul Second, Mitt Romney Last

All Romney could do on Thursday night was play defense as the other candidates gunned for him.
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Jan. 19, 2012

High Cost of War With Iran Reveals the Need for America to End its Addiction to Oil

If Iran follows through with its threat to close the Straight of Hormuz, the price of oil could rise 50% or more within days.
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Jan. 19, 2012

A Short History of U.S. Military Spending

A history of how Neville Chamberlain helped determine American foreign policy for 60 years.
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Jan. 19, 2012

Obama's Keystone XL Pipeline Decision a Big Mistake

Rejecting the Keystone XL pipeline would be a bad decision for America’s future, as well as another example of President Obama's failing to act on opportunities for bipartisan cooperation.
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Jan. 19, 2012

Six Super PACs to Watch For in 2012

Super PACs will have an incredible amount of influence leading up to November. Each has raised large sums of money in order to buy television advertisements and support their selected candidates.
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Jan. 19, 2012

By Ignoring Climate Change, Republicans Rob Americans of Valuable Environmental Debate

Republicans continue to ignore the mountain of evidence that discredits their environmental policies, denying the realities of climate change and depriving Americans of an honest conversation.
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Jan. 19, 2012

House Bill For Unemployed to Face Drug Testing to Receive Jobless Benefits Must Be Defeated

Legislation requiring the jobless to pass a mandatory drug test in order to receive benefits is flawed in theory and lacks merit.
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Jan. 19, 2012

President Obama Should Spend $6 Billion in Corn Ethanol Subsidies on Biofuels and Renewable Energy

The government has finally decided to end ethanol tax credits, but America's ill-advised support for corn ethanol will continue to be felt in multiple areas in the near future.
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Jan. 19, 2012

It's Time For President Obama to Bomb Iran

President Obama has been too passive on Iran and even Mitt Romney isn't taking the Iranian threat seriously enough. It's time for a preemptive strike on Iran's nuclear facilities.
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Jan. 19, 2012

Scotland Wants Independence From England, Highlights Growth of Separatist Movements in Europe

Recent calls for a Scottish referendum on independence highlight the growing force of peaceful, democratic separatist politics in Europe.
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Jan. 19, 2012

Who is Winning the CNN South Carolina GOP Debate?

Share your reactions live to tonight's GOP debate in South Carolina.
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Jan. 19, 2012

Rick Perry Drops Out Of GOP Race Ahead Of South Carolina Primary

The Texas governor, who has been polling poorly, finally drops out of the 2012 presidential race.
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Jan. 19, 2012

Top 10 Things First Lady Michelle Obama Should Tweet on Her New Twitter Account

First Lady Michelle Obama has joined Twitter, and here are the top 10 Tweets she should send to make a splash in the social media world.
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Jan. 19, 2012

Greek Debt Crisis Highlights How Countries With Staggering Debt Will Falter

Greece appears on course to default soon, a portrait of what could happen to other countries with significant debt management issues.
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Jan. 19, 2012

Electric Cars and Alternative Energy Are the Best Ways to Fight Spikes in Oil Prices

The U.S. cannot drill its way out of the economic and security impacts of price and supply shocks. The Obama administration has got it right: The answer is to adopt alternative fuels.
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Jan. 19, 2012

GOP Candidates Vie For "Most Conservative" Title In South Carolina Presidential Debate

Thursday's debate in South Carolina offered little of note, except each candidate fighting to prove their conservatism.