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Dec. 29, 2012

Gun Control Laws: 10 Better Ways the Government Can Reduce Violence

The U.S. government is about to attempt yet another round of unconstitutional laws concerning weapons, rather than addressing the actual problem of murder.
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Dec. 29, 2012

Dianne Feinstein New Assault Weapons Ban Doesn't Go Far Enough: It's Only the Start

The American people should press Congress to pass the assault weapons ban — and then push for more.
Dec. 29, 2012

Ahead of Xbox 720 and Playstation 4, What Was the Best Console of the Last Generation?

With the current console generation winding down, now is the time to try and figure out who won this generation.
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Dec. 29, 2012

Standardized Testing is Completely Out of Control

High-stakes standardized testing is crushing students' creativity and strangling our schools.
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Dec. 29, 2012

Top 5 Craziest Conspiracy Theories of 2012

From the place of President Barack Obama's birth, to an alleged new world order sanctioned by the UN, here are the top 5 wackiest conspiracy theories of 2012 — including the apocalypse.
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Dec. 29, 2012

Fiscal Cliff 2013: Estate Taxes Scheduled to Rise by 20% in January

The death tax is scheduled to rise in 2013, prompting some to wonder if it is time to push momma off the train.
Dec. 29, 2012

The Dark Knight Rises: Cinema Sins Tries to Tear Apart Nolan Movie, Totally Fails

If you look at their video, the Youtube channel really is making largely unfair and unjustifiable claims.
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Dec. 29, 2012

Immigration Reform Would Be the Biggest Gift We Could Get This Year

Researchers have found that 25% of technology and engineering companies started between 1995 and 2005 had at least one immigrant key founder and those companies created more than 450,000 jobs.
Dec. 29, 2012

'Django Unchained' Movie Review: Tarantino Uses Gruesome Death Scenes to Paint a New Picture of Slavery

We know slavery was terrible, but it takes a truly twisted imagination to do more than just paint by numbers. Tarantino shows us how much worse the reality really was.
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Dec. 29, 2012

Sandy Hook Lawsuit: Damages TBD, But Start with $100 Million

It was probably inevitable, but I wish all the Newtown families could wait to pin blame on public deep pockets for the trauma of the survivors.
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Dec. 29, 2012

William Spengler Shooting: Dawn Nguyen Arrested For Illegally Buying Firearms in NY Firefighter Ambush

A New York Resident has been arrested for purchasing firearms for shooter William Spengler, who killed 2 firefighters on New Year's Eve, illustrating the need to close the Gun Show Loophole.
Dec. 29, 2012

Brad Pitt's Chanel No. 5 Ad Is a Ludicrous Parody of Consumer Stupidity

Brad Pitt's Jesus-like, surreal turn as Chanel's latest celebrity face-to-product donkey has provoked a great deal of humorous reprisal. But what does it's vacuousness mean for Western culture?
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Dec. 29, 2012

5 New Year's Resolutions Every Career-Minded Millennial Should Make

Economists are predicting a hiring boom in early 2013; here are the top 5 career-related New Year's resolutions that every millennial should make to get their lives on track for the new year!
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Dec. 29, 2012

The 12 Biggest Political Failures of 2012

Todd Akin, Obama and the NDAA, Ron Paul, and Benghazi. 2012 had some major political low points.
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Dec. 29, 2012

Zardari Bhutto: Son of Assassinated Benazir Bhutto is Continuing the Family Political Legacy

Benzir Bhutto's Son, Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari is entering the political arena and continuing the Bhutto legacy.
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Dec. 29, 2012

Top 4 Biggest Gains and 4 Largest Losses for Women in 2012

Women had significant gains and losses in 2012 in policy focus, women elected to Congress, visibility at the political conventions, Olympic gold medals and more.
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Dec. 29, 2012

Longshoreman Strike: Should Obama Act As Mediator to Keep Ports Open and the Economy Alive?

A labor strike on the Eastern and Gulf ports has Obama concerned about the role of government.
Dec. 29, 2012

Are Theaters, Restaurants, and Stores Open in Times Square on New Year's?

The normal hustle and bustle of Times Square will be supplanted by the New Year’s revelry. Expect higher food and ticket costs in the area, as well as some door fees.
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Dec. 29, 2012

Fiscal Cliff 2013: Here's What Obama's Next Offer Should Be

As the fiscal cliff, and the end of the year, approach, here's what Obama should do to bring this financial impasse to an end before it's too late.
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Dec. 29, 2012

The Coming Revolution in Europe: A Cultural Euro Crisis

The citizens of the EU must be encouraged to develop a sense of ownership in the whole political process once again.
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Dec. 29, 2012

Who Should be Next U.S. Treasury Secretary?

Larry Fink would be a good insider candidate, and Mitt Romney would be a solid out-of-the box candidate.
Dec. 29, 2012

New York City Street Closures On New Years

With over 1 million people expected in the vicinity of Times Square on Monday night, crowd control, security, and traffic will all be major priorities for New York City.
Dec. 29, 2012

Are We Close to Seeing An Arab-American National Leader?

With the shift in demographics towards a more non-white population, we will see the emergence of more Arab-American role models in our nation.
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Dec. 29, 2012

Indian Gang-Rape Victim Dies in Singapore Hospital

The 23 year-old Indian victim gang-raped by 6 men on a moving bus in New Delhi has reportedly passed away in a Singapore hospital.
Dec. 29, 2012

Top 11 Most Awe-Inspiring Space Events of 2012

If you thought the space race ended in the 1970s, think again. From the Curiosity rover to the 100 Year Spaceship Study, the world turned once again to the skies in 2012.
Dec. 29, 2012

In 2012, Humans Learned Our True Digital Potential

As we look back at the year 2012, recent studies concerning global illusionary superiority and what that means in light of the information age may help us understand who we are today.