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Feb. 18, 2012

Euthanasia Helps Avoid Unnecessary Pain and Suffering

An individual, who is of sound mind, should be able to make the decision based upon his or her conscience without interference.
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Feb. 18, 2012

Millennials Struggle to Find Their Identity in a Chaotic World

Are we a generation of deep-set desire for affirmation, recommendation letters, and a longing to join hierarchal society? Or are we a generation of innovators?
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Feb. 18, 2012

Barack Obama Will Use Contraception Battle to His Full Advantage to Win in 2012

A lot of political pundits out there are claiming that Obama made a huge mistake mandating contraception coverage for businesses. What if this wasn't a mistake?
Feb. 18, 2012

Andrew Breitbart, S. E. Cupp and the Top Political Firebrands to Follow On Twitter In 2012

Meet the 5 online political firebrands worth following and loving (or hating) in 140 characters or less.
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Feb. 18, 2012

Why Barack Obama Is a Great Orator and What GOP Candidates Could Learn From TED Talks to Beat Him in 2012

Applying lessons about impactful oratory reveals why Obama is such a tour de force and shows what the GOP must do to beat him in 2012.
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Feb. 18, 2012

Yale Law School Profs Advocate Paying Students Back For Poorly Paying Careers Post-Graduation

The proposal created by two Yale Law School professors, whereby a portion of a law student's debt is forgiven if the student realizes a successful career is not feasible, is a poor plan.
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Feb. 18, 2012

Four Reasons Why Mitt Romney Underperforms with Blue Collar Workers

In every Republican primary held so far where exit polling data is available, Romney has done progressively worse among working class voters.
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Feb. 18, 2012

From Brookings Institution to AEI: Exploring Washington’s Top Public Policy Think Tanks

Ever wonder where all of the political appointees go after they leave an administration? Many of them end up at one of Washington’s numerous public policy think tanks.
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Feb. 18, 2012

Liberals Twisted the Facts In Recent Birth Control Debate: The Catholic Church was Right on Contraception

Religious freedom, not reproductive freedom, is the issue in the contraception debate.
Feb. 18, 2012

Shazi Visram, Aliya LeeKong, and Other South Asian Female Entrepreneurs Who Are Making a Mark

Fewer South Asian-American women have become big name entrepreneurs, but things might be changing. Take a look at these four women who are making a mark in everything from baby food to jewelry.