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Feb. 3, 2012

Catholic Universities That Receive Federal Funding Must Provide Access to Birth Control

President Obama's requirement that religiously-affiliated institutions like Catholic universities provide free access to birth control in their health care plans improves women's health.
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Feb. 3, 2012

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez’s Daughter Poses With Justin Bieber, Contradicting Regime’s Socialist Rhetoric

Rosinés Chavez’s online behavior exposes the double standard of the Hugo Chavez regime and its out of touch "socialist" elites.
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Feb. 3, 2012

Government Should Not Regulate Sugar Like Alcohol Or Tobacco to Curb Obesity

A team of scientists say sugar should be regulated like tobacco or alcohol, but their argument is inconsistent and dangerous.
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Feb. 3, 2012

Is a Job In Finance Still the Right Career Choice for Millennials?

With shrinking compensation pools, attrition and a negative public opinion of the financial industry; is going into finance the right career choice? That depends on what you want out of it.
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Feb. 3, 2012

Do Politicians Need to Know English? Spanish-Speaking Politician in Arizona Barred From Ballot

The decision to disqualify an Arizona city council candidate for lack of sufficient English skills is an unprecedented development which highlights the growing challenge of bilingualism.
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Feb. 3, 2012

U.S. Wrongly Demonizes Iran, But Ignores Nuclear Weapons Countries India, Pakistan, and Israel

Despite the U.S. government's obsession with demonizing Iran, there are other countries that pose a much greater threat to international peace.
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Feb. 3, 2012

If Women Seeking Abortions Are Forced to Have Ultrasounds, Should Men Buying Viagra Get Rectal Exams?

If women are required to perform an ultrasound before an abortion, men should take rectal exams and cardiac stress tests prior to receiving prescriptions for erectile dysfunction medication.
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Feb. 3, 2012

Should I Drink Coffee? Health Risks Associated With Caffeine Addiction

Research shows that over half of American adults have at least one cup o’ joe a day. But is all this Joe a no-no?
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Feb. 3, 2012

Should NGOs Use Drones to Monitor Human Rights Violations?

Though using drones for human rights would be an excellent information-gathering tool, their use promises little tangible benefit in ending humanitarian abuses.
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Feb. 3, 2012

Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, and the GOP Candidates are Anti-Immigrant

The GOP candidates are playing off the idea that illegal immigrants are criminals, freeloaders, and “job stealers,” rhetoric that is popular within the GOP base.
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Feb. 3, 2012

Worker Abuse in Chinese Factories Means It's Time for Apple to Bring Factories to the U.S.

Apple products are the hottest electronic devices sold in the U.S. and the Chinese factories in which these products are made mistreat their workers. So, why can't they be produced in the U.S.?
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Feb. 3, 2012

Susan G. Komen Caves to Social Media Pressure, Will Fund Planned Parenthood Again

The decision comes after concerned individuals took to the internet, demonstrating once again the power of social media sites in shaping political conversation.
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Feb. 3, 2012

New Nonviolent Movement in Mexico Fights Against Drug Cartel Violence and Government Corruption

A seemingly endless drug war has Mexico’s politics and society in shambles. But a protest movement is fighting for alternatives to violence.
Feb. 3, 2012

Komen's Reversal Signifies a Win for Women's Sexual and Reproductive Freedoms

The reversal signifies that women’s choice and sexual freedoms in America and the organizations fighting to protect these freedoms clearly win out at the end.
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Feb. 3, 2012

Presidential Candidates Should Tell Super PACs to Stay Out of 2012 Race

Outrageous amounts of money are flowing in politics through these super PACs and that most likely means that corruption and scandals are right around the corner.
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Feb. 3, 2012

Why European Companies Have More Success Than American Businesses in China

Compared to Europe, American companies are much less successful when they attempt to expand in China, but this is not all the renminbi's fault.
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Feb. 3, 2012

Mitt Romney’s 'Not Concerned About the Very Poor' Gaffe Shows He's Not a True Conservative

Romney is distancing himself from his "very poor" remarks because they reveal that he is a moderate candidate out-of-touch with the Republican mainstream.
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Feb. 3, 2012

Requiring Catholic Universities to Prescribe Birth Control to Students Violates the Constitution

Requiring Catholic universities to prescribe birth control to students violates their belief system and moral teachings and jeopardizes the separation between church and state
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Feb. 3, 2012

When the Chips are Down, Demonizing Undocumented Immigrants is the American Way

In times of economic hardship, America has turned against undocumented workers throughout history. President Obama and the GOP candidates are no different.
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Feb. 3, 2012

Israeli General Says Iran Has Material For Four A-Bombs, But Netanyahu Should Avoid War With Iran

Why would Iran, a small nation with limited resources, ever dare to attack a nation as powerful as Israel or the U.S.?
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Feb. 3, 2012

Five Sources to Better Help Understand Financial Policy Issues in the 2012 Political Campaigns

Don't really understand the financial policies which politicians speak about? Here are some resources that can help you.
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Feb. 3, 2012

U.S. Aid to Egypt Should Be Contingent on Democracy-Building in the Country

Taxpayer money seems to support competing interests in Egypt. That money could possibly be better spent to pay down the national debt.
Feb. 3, 2012

Susan G. Komen Reverses Planned Parenthood Funding Decision That Would Have Created Dangerous Health Environment for Women

The long term implications of Komen's decision will be a more dangerous environment for women who cannot afford to pay for cancer screenings anywhere else but Planned Parenthood.
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Feb. 3, 2012

Why Greece Should Default on its Debt

It is in both Greece and the Eurozone’s best interest for an immediate Greek default on its sovereign debt.
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Feb. 3, 2012

Because of His Awful Civil Liberties and National Security Record, I Will Not Vote For Obama

I am a bleeding heart liberal with nothing but disdain for the Republican candidates. But, I cannot give Obama my vote in 2012.