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Nov. 10, 2012

2016 Presidential Candidates: Chris Christie, Marco Rubio and the 9 Republicans Who Could Lead the GOP

The GOP is going to go through a reboot in the next few years. These politicians will be the defacto heads, going forward.
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Nov. 10, 2012

Obamas Reelection Layoffs: Papa Johns, Applebees and the Companies Where Obama Reelection Will Get You Fired

The reasons range from Obamacare to Obama's hostility to coal.
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Nov. 10, 2012

Obama Florida Results: President Wins Florida, Dominating All But One Swing State in 2012

The verdict ends a four-day count which effectively gives Obama a razor-thin edge of 74,000 votes to top his Republican challenger, 50% to 49.1% in this crucial battleground state.
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Nov. 10, 2012

Florida Election Results LIVE: CNN calls FL for Barack; FL-18 remains undecided

Follow along live for the latest election results from the Sunshine State.
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Nov. 10, 2012

Colorado Proposition 64 Could Be Challenged by the Federal Government

Voters in Colorado and Washington have chosen to legalize marijuana. Will the Obama administration accept these reforms, or suffer libertarians' wrath?
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Nov. 10, 2012

Electoral College is Unfair, But it is Still the Best Way to Elect the President

The Electoral College is an unfair system to pick the President, but pragmatically and comparatively it is still the best way to do it.
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Nov. 10, 2012

The Electoral College is Unfairly Preferential to People Who Live in Cities

All or nothing allocation of electoral votes ignores the votes of Americans who live outside the urban population centers in their home states.
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Nov. 10, 2012

Legalize Marijuana and Gay Marriage: How 2012 Election Showed a Socially Liberal America

Is America becoming more socially liberal? In a word, yes.
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Nov. 10, 2012

Electoral College Results: How the Youth Vote Cost Romney the Presidential Election

As the youth voting bloc grows and remains supportive of Obama, the GOP suffers.
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Nov. 10, 2012

2016 Presidential Candidates: How Ryan, Rubio and Christie Could Change the GOP

There has been a lot of noise about specific policies the GOP can change before 2016. But the first step is recognizing the problem exists.
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Nov. 10, 2012

Fiscal Cliff 2013: Time to Push Republicans Off the Fiscal Cliff

Letting sequestration kick in, along with letting the Bush tax cuts expire, will be good for Democrats, good for the country and bad for the Republicans.
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Nov. 10, 2012

Gay Marriage is Not a Democrat or Liberal Victory, It is an American One

Marriage equality falls along partisan lines, but it shouldn't: What Would the Founding Fathers Do?
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Nov. 10, 2012

Final Election Results and Post-Election Analysis From Maine: Same-Sex Marriage Approved; Angus King, Dems Win Big

Maine Becomes First State in the Nation to Legalize Same-Sex Marriage by Popular Vote; Angus King Replaces Olympia Snowe in the U.S. Senate; Gives Obama 4 Electoral Votes; Pingree & Michaud Win.
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Nov. 10, 2012

Scotland Set to Vote for Independence in 2014

Would Scotland be built on nationalism and hot air, or is there more to the calls for complete sovereignty?
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Nov. 10, 2012

Social Banking: When Financial Innovation Helps the 99 Percent

Innovations in banking have been particularly transformative in rural countries, where traditional banks are few and far between.
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Nov. 10, 2012

International Summer School of Leadership Empowers Global Millennial Leaders

Mariam Melikadze and Daan Harmsen, two Harvard University graduates, started the ISS on Leadership in 2010 to teach much-needed leadership skills to youth.
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Nov. 10, 2012

Andrew Ian Dodge: Confessions of a Libertarian Candidate Running for the US Senate in Maine

My race continued to be odd until the end and I managed to get fourth in a five horse race. It was the best showing ever for a Libertarian Party-backed candidate in the state.