Should the FDA Require Fast Food Establishments to Disclose That They Use Pink Slime?

McDonald's recently revealed it uses ammonia hydroxide in its burgers. Should the company be forced to reveal its practices to consumers?

Top Pentagon Official: European Governments to Spend More on Defense, U.S. to Take a Supporting Role

As the U.S continues its "pivot" towards Asia in defense affairs, Europe is being asked to pick up the slack in its military spending.

Does Mad Men Season 5 Poster Do Disservice to 9/11 Victims?

Does Mad Men's new promotional poster too closely resemble the image of a solitary man falling headfirst from one of the Twin Towers on 9/11?

New European Airplane Fuel Laws Will Spark U.S. Biofuels Industry

The new EU ETS for jet fuel will be the push that is needed to establish a robust advanced biofuels industry in the U.S.

From Mario Monti to Mitt Romney and Barack Obama, Technocrats Are On the Rise in Global Politics

Leaders with strong academic foundations and little interest in lengthy careers in government offer answers outside of the day-to-day political battles that now seem so petty.

Barack Obama's Job Approval Ratings Matter in the 2012 Election

An incumbent president typically enjoys advantages going into their re-election bid. President Obama's numbers are low, and if kept that way, it can give the GOP an edge this November.

Massacre in Syria Leaves 200 Dead: Will This Force the International Community's Hand?

The Arab League, with full cooperation of the international community, should start preparing for a humanitarian intervention in Syria.

Shifting His Strategy Towards Smaller States, Ron Paul Vies For GOP Delegates in Maine

In Maine, Paul is looking at "small market" contest to grab delegates and give him an edge against the likes of Romeny and Newt Gingrich.

Mitt Romney Will Win Nevada Caucuses, Another Devastating Blow to Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul, and Rick Santorum

Mitt Romney has it locked up. Newt Gingrich has no chance in Nevada.