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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. 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. 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. 28, 2012

Barack Obama Pitches Energy Policy Focusing on Both Fossil Fuels and Green Energy

The president's strategy of getting more fossil fuel at home while also looking to clean alternatives will make America more energy independent and more energy secure.
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Jan. 28, 2012

Barack Obama Can Recapture Momentum in 2012 Through His Grassroots Campaigns

Congressional deadlock has become as frustrating as it is predictable, but Obama has had a unique answer to this sort of obstructionism since he was elected: his grassroots organization.
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Jan. 28, 2012

Why We Should Encourage Agriculture Studies At Private Colleges

If our top colleges and universities aren’t teaching agriculture, then how will their graduates be encouraged to enter this field?
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Jan. 28, 2012

Justifying a Nuclear Iran: U.S. Relations With India and Pakistan Show Peace Can Be Had

There is no need for the current state of tensions with Iran regarding its nuclear program. Historically, Washington has overcome initial disputes to form pragmatic relations with nuclear states.
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Jan. 28, 2012

Barack Obama Must Strengthen Foreign and Economic Policy As Part of 2012 Campaign

During his 2012 campaign, Obama will focus his campaign on his foreign policy victories, because he has few domestic highlights to show.
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Jan. 28, 2012

The Silent Majority: America's Sleeping Giant in the 2012 Election

The Silent Majority may be revving up to make a real statement, a statement about our political system and save us from being governed by a dangerous ideologue for another four years.