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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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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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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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The 2012 Presidential Election is Too Long

The Founding Fathers would surely weep at the state of American elections today.
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After Republican Debate in Florida, Ron Paul Must Decide Whether to Compromise His Values

Ron Paul needs to change his campaign’s approach, but doing so would contradict the fundamental tenets of his campaign thus far.
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Is Mitt Romney Anti-Immigrant?

Romney's use of his father’s birthplace in Mexico as a tactic to win the Hispanic vote is dishonest.

Startup or Not to Startup? Top 5 Tips to Get Your Start-up Off the Ground

Here are five tips to decide if it's time to quit your desk job and join your own startup.

Mitt Romney and Ron Paul Break Ronald Reagan's 11th Commandment on Twitter

Which GOP candidate is waging the dirtiest war on Twitter?
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Touting Unrealistic Space Plans, a Grandiose Newt Gingrich Gets Hammered By Mitt Romney

Gingrich's ridiculous ideas might amass votes initially, but continued empty promises will cost Gingrich the nomination.
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U.S. Mounts Campaign to Curb China's Growing Military Influence

The nations along China's borders are turning to the U.S. as a military partner to help limit Chinese military influence.
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel Should Do Whatever it Takes to Save the Euro Zone

German taxpayers must learn to accept the euro zone's quirks, even at the expense of temporary inconvenience.
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How the Government Can Save the Middle Class and Reverse Income Inequality

Income inequality has grown dramatically over the last 30 years to the detriment of many Americans and the overall U.S. economy. We must correct this trend to recapture the American Dream.
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First Anniversary of Egyptian Revolution Highlights Rifts With West, Political Fractures

What should have been a celebratory week marking the anniversary of Egypt's revolution became instead a week marked by detainment, protests, and squabbling in parliament.
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Afghans Should Accept Peace Talks With the Taliban to Promote Peace

Many Afghans might reject peace talks with the Taliban now, but over time, they will accept these talks in order to bring peace back to the country.
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Wolf Blitzer Fails as Moderator in the CNN GOP Debate in Florida

Wolf did his best to avoid some of the mistakes of previous debate moderators, but he did not succeed.
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American Business Will Always Lose When it's Cheaper in China

China has an extreme advantage over every other country because they have the skilled engineering and semi-skilled labor capacity in numbers that cannot be matched by other nations, even the U.S.
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Ron Paul is the Only GOP Candidate Who Gets it Right on Cuba

Ron Paul is the only of the four candidates who has proposed a policy that could eventually lead to better U.S.-Cuban relations and realistically promote democracy in Cuba.
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Ron Paul Will Never Win in 2012, But Why Is He So Popular?

Will his views have any chance of becoming mainstream in the future? Or are they simply too dangerous, impractical, and out of touch with most Americans?
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Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich's Cuba Policies are Disastrous

Mitt Romney’s and Newt Gingrich’s positions toward Cuba are obsolete, counterproductive, and increasingly damaging to our reputation internationally.
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Both Democrats and Republicans Fail to Fulfill Promises on Immigration Reform

What does "immigration reform" mean to you? Do you have faith that policymakers can achieve it?
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Putin's Support Rapidly Declines in Russia

Recent polls find that Vladimir Putin's popularity and trust has waned since he first took over the world's largest country 12 years ago.
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François Hollande Gearing Up to Defeat Nicolas Sarkozy in French Elections, and Why America Should Care

Sarkozy may be on his way out, but the next French president will need to decide France's role in saving the euro.
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On Budget Issues, President Obama's Honesty is In Question

President Obama's ability to manage the budget deficit is seriously in question. Who can get our country back on fiscal track?
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What Happened at the GOP Debate in Florida?

The debate centered around several key issues that will be critical when Florida Republicans go to the polls next week, notably: immigration; Latin American issues; and the space industry.
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Newt Gingrich Appoints Mitt Romney to Lead Committee to Colonize the Moon [Satire]

In a stunning turn of events, Newt Gingrich announced that Richard Branson and Mitt Romney will head up the team that will help America build the first base on the moon.