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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. 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.
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?
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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.
Jan. 20, 2012

Why Millennials Love Viral "Shit People Say" YouTube Videos

What explains the 'Shit People Say' phenomenon? Why are these videos so popular with millennials?
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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. 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. 20, 2012

Newt Gingrich a Crowd Favorite, Ron Paul Sidelined at the Republican Debate

After an exciting day in which Rick Perry dropped out of the race and Rick Santorum was pronounced the winner of Iowa, the Final Four took center stage in the state of South Carolina.
Jan. 20, 2012

Dept of Justice Shutdown of Megaupload Shows Why SOPA and PIPA Should be Defeated

The DOJ's shutdown of the online file sharing website Megaupload.com buttresses arguments that the SOPA and PIPA bills are superfluous and overreaching.
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Jan. 20, 2012

What Do Millennials Care About in the 2012 Election?

What do millennials want in 2012? What is the number one issue that young people would like to see the president and Congress address during this next election cycle?
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Jan. 20, 2012

GOP Opposes Obama's Keystone XL Decision, But Fails to Support the American Jobs Act

Now that the Keystone XL pipeline has been canceled, Republicans should back Obama’s proposal for infrastructure projects if they are serious about getting Americans back to work.
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Jan. 20, 2012

Unnecessary PSA Testing: A Microcosm of the Waste in the Health Care System

The prevalence of PSA testing should be curtailed to avoid unnecessarily diagnosing and treating men for prostate cancer in order to curb wasteful health expenditures.
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Jan. 20, 2012

Saudi Arabian "Lingerie Law" Allows Saudi Women New Job Freedoms

This law does much more than allow more women into the workforce, it effectively gives women more freedom which may ultimately lead to further advancements towards equality.
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Jan. 20, 2012

Chris Hedges Sues President Obama on Legality of NDAA, But Can He Win?

Harvard Middle East expert and war correspondent Chris Hedges is suing President Obama in the name of constitutional rights, but his chances of success are slim.
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Jan. 20, 2012

Mitt Romney and Barack Obama: Two Competing Visions of the Status Quo

While the two Harvard graduates may sound different on the campaign trail, they would likely follow similar policies in office.
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Jan. 20, 2012

Can a Woman Be President? Rick Santorum Campaign Staffer Says No

Revelations of a sexist e-mail from Rick Santorum's staffer reveals the need for a real debate on gender and whether women are fit for public office in America.
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Jan. 20, 2012

For Many Foreign Exchange Students, the American Dream Becomes a Rude Awakening

Driven by idealistic dreams of life in America, foreign exchange students are finding themselves greeted instead by high costs, low wages, and dashed hopes.
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Jan. 20, 2012

Microfinance: A Help or Hindrance to the Poor?

Despite recent criticism, microfinance has the potential to continue to provide significant aid to many individuals in developing areas.
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Jan. 20, 2012

Ahead of Marianne Gingrich's ABC Nightline Interview, Newt Gingrich Faces Character Questions at Republican Debate

The real story of Thursday night's GOP debate was Newt Gingrich’s second wife's releasing controversial comments about his moral character.
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Jan. 20, 2012

Santorum Wins Iowa and Shines at GOP Debate, Attacks Newt Gingrich: "These Are Not Cogent Thoughts."

At Thursday night's GOP debate, Rick Santorum got real with Newt Gingrich about his record as speaker of the House.
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Jan. 20, 2012

Newt Gingrich’s Last Chance to Unseat Mitt Romney Will Be the South Carolina Primary

For Romney, South Carolina will be the hardest primary to win, especially as his competitors are growing fearful that this will be their last chance to stop him.