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Jan. 29, 2012

The U.S. Could Be Against A Nuclear Iran Because of Business Interests, Not Security

If a country possesses domestically-grown nuclear technology, not only does it become a competitive exporter, but its own industries, technology, research and education improve.
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Jan. 29, 2012

GOP Candidates Ron Paul & Mitt Romney Should Realize Why We Need Foreign Aid

Bill Gates' pledge of foreign aid to The Global Fund reflects Americans' support of overseas assistance even in an economic downturn. Too bad the GOP refuses to take note.
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Jan. 29, 2012

Is President Obama's Presidency Unconstitutional?

Georgia Judge Michael Malihi is set to rule on whether President Obama is eligible for the presidency according to the Constitution.
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Jan. 29, 2012

The Real Reason Not to Support the Muslim Brotherhood: They Support Egypt's Military Rulers

The Muslim Brotherhood looks poised to maintain Egypt's military rule in an effort to consolidate its own power.
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Jan. 29, 2012

Rick Santorum & Other GOP Candidates Wrong About Economic Sanctions For Cuba & Iran

Sanctions are acts of aggression against the populace that is not a direct threat to the national security of the U.S.
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Jan. 29, 2012

Progressives Should Channel Their Frustration With President Obama Toward Local Action

Because Obama must win over independents, he will not achieve a progressive vision in the next four years. We should look to local state houses and city councils.
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Jan. 29, 2012

Will Marco Rubio Be the Republican Vice Presidential Nominee?

Putting rising Republican star Senator Marco Rubio on the ballot could win the Hispanic vote for Romney or Gingrich.
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Jan. 29, 2012

Overcoming Stereotypes From 'Borat,' Kazakhstan Releases 'Myn Bala' Film to Spotlight Country

Kazakhstan fights back and overcomes the stereotypes from 'Borat' through a movie that not only showcases the valor of its people but also the modernity of the country.
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Jan. 29, 2012

Hillary Clinton Denies Vice President Rumors, Might Step Down Soon

Although some of her policies have not been perfect, it would be a shame to lose a woman in such a high position.
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Jan. 29, 2012

Should DNA Data Belong to Private Companies? The Genetic Alliance Fights For Open Access

Who does your DNA belong to? The Genetic Alliance is at the forefront of a movement to de-privatize and democratize medical research. Legal issues, however, remain a key stumbling block.