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June 9, 2012

Minimum Wage Debate: How Sweatshops Are Actually Good for the Poor

Despite their bad reputation, people in the West need to be more receptive to the benefits of low-waged sweatshops. What happens if we consider it from the perspective of the poor?
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June 9, 2012

Ron Paul Could Use Rick Santorum Delegates in Tampa if He Released Them

The former senator from Pennsylvania said he hopes his delegates have a significant presence at the RNC in Tampa. Why doesn't he release them to Ron Paul already?
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June 9, 2012

End Citizens United: Supreme Court Urged to Stop Corporate Financing of U.S. Elections

Citizens groups across the U.S. are harnessing local energy this week to push back on the the Supreme Court's decision, Citizens United v. the FEC. Will it be David v. Goliath?
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June 9, 2012

Obama Gone, Borders Closed and English Only Proposed by Viral 'Free Stuff' Online Letter

The letter proposes that part of the power elite is manipulating those who benefit from government handouts into hating those who pay for them. The result: a class warfare that will end the U.S.
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June 9, 2012

Tax Cuts and The Economy: How Democrats and Republicans Overreacted to Bill Clinton

Democrats and Republicans responded in their predictable styles to Clinton's statements, but despite the resulting brouhaha both parties are overreacting.
June 9, 2012

Euro 2012: UEFA 2012 Gets Off to Rocky Start With Racial Slurs and Attacks

Russian soccer fans are the new hooligans at UEFA 2012 as they fly Russian Empire flags and bully ex-Soviet neighbors with racial slurs and physical attacks.
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June 9, 2012

G8 and G20 Millennials Gather in Washington DC to Ignite Global Change

The goal is to ignitine change in international politics through innovative ideas and inspire their respective governments to initiate a new era of international dialogue and problem solution.
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June 9, 2012

Lilly Ledbetter Sends Open Letter to Mitt Romney Over Paycheck Fairness Act Stance

Romney's lack of a clear stance in regards to the equal pay issue demonstrates his campaign's willingness to put partisan politics ahead of the well being of the American people.
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June 9, 2012

Rand Paul Says He Wants to Be VP for Romney: Is He Selling Out the Libertarian Movement?

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) told CNN he'd be "honored" to be Mitt Romney's VP. Will the rest of Ron Paul's supporters be as forthcoming with the former governor of Massachusetts?
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June 9, 2012

Women in Politics: America Needs Female Moderators at the 2012 Presidential Debates

Maddow and Van Susteren, as well as Christiane Amanpour, Candy Crowley or Katie Couric, would be qualified candidates to be the first female moderator of a presidential debate in over 20 years.
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June 9, 2012

Ron Paul, Barack Obama and Mitt Romney: Where The Candidates Get Their Money From

In this age of unlimited campaign donations, monied interests hold an unprecedented influence over elections. Here are the top campaign contributors to Ron Paul, Mitt Romney and Barack Obama.
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June 9, 2012

Obama Private Sector Doing Fine Comment is Wrongheaded and Out of Touch

President Obama thinks the private economy is "doing fine," and proposes hiring more government employees. But do we really need more cops, firemen and teachers?
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June 9, 2012

Ron Paul Tells Supporters They Are the Future of the Republican Party

Ron Paul told supporters at the Texas GOP convention to be "respectful" and to let the establishment know that they are the future of the country as well as of the Republican Party.
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June 9, 2012

Facebook Privacy and Cyber Crime Discussed at First Day of G8 and G20 Youth Summit in Washington DC

Daily update on the youth G8 and G20 summits in Washington DC and the activities of the justice committee.