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July 15, 2012

London Olympics 2012: Meet the 14 Youngest Athletes Representing the USA

This year millennials are a key players on the U.S Olympic team. Meet the youngest Americans competing for the USA in London.
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July 15, 2012

Army Suicides: The Most Alarming and Tragically Hidden Secret in America

"Army Strong" isn't just a brand, it's a way of life (and death).
July 15, 2012

Tour De France: 10 Nastiest Crashes of All-Time

Ouch. That's got to hurt.
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July 15, 2012

Libertarian Movement Takes Over Ireland With Kevin Flanagan Tir Na Saor

Tir Na Saor is a social network dedicated to spreading the ideas of sound money and sound law in Ireland. I had a word with its founder Kevin Flanagan about life, law and liberty.
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July 15, 2012

Romney Bain Capital Scandal: Why Possible Mitt Romney Lies Matter

Last week, the Boston Globe revealed Mitt Romney worked at Bain Capital 3 years more than he admitted on a federal disclosure form. Here's why it's important.
July 15, 2012

Pinterest IPO: Step Aside Facebook, Why Pinterest's IPO Could Be Around the Corner

Valued at $1.5 billion, Pinterest has just moved to a $9 million-valued space in San Francisco. Is the company headed to an eventual IPO?
July 15, 2012

No, Kobe Bryant: Team USA Basketball 2012 is Not Better Than the Dream Team

If the current U.S. roster time traveled back to 1992 and joined the "Dream Team," in tryouts for the Olympic team, which twelve would make the cut?
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July 15, 2012

Obama Campaign's "Outsourcer-in-Chief" Claim Against Romney is a Bald-Faced Lie

The Obama campaign is accusing Romney of being a “corporate raider who outsourced jobs." FactCheck.org confirmed these claims to be blatantly false while WaPo rated this attack with 4 Pinocchios.
July 15, 2012

Halo 4, Breaking Bad, Iron Man 3 Debut at Comic-Con 2012

From "Breaking Bad" to "The Avengers" to Tarantino's "Django Unchained," behold Saturday's Comic-Con 2012 updates on games, movies, television and -- of course -- comics.
July 15, 2012

Weight Loss Tips: 6 Easy Ways to Get Fit This Summer

Here are 6 easy ways to get fit without all the struggle of starving yourself or going through exhausting gym routines.
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July 15, 2012

Mitt Romney VP Choice: 5 Reasons Why Ohio Senator Rob Portman Should Be Romney VP Pick

Portman has it all: experience, bipartisan respect -- and most importantly -- Ohio, Ohio, Ohio.
July 15, 2012

Political Animals Season Premiere, Trailer, and Why Sigourney Weaver is an Awesome Hillary Clinton

Political Animals offers a more complex portrait of the relationship between politics and the media and public and private life.
July 15, 2012

Pitchfork 2012: LIVE Where to Watch Hot Chip, Vampire Weekend Perform

Here’s everything you need to know about who to watch—whether you’re at the festival itself or watching from the comfort of your laptop screen.
July 15, 2012

Breaking Bad Season 5 and Mad Men Define the Ongoing Golden Age of Television

We are in the midst of TV's golden age. Twenty years ago, shows like 'Mad Men' and 'Breaking Bad' would have never been possible. What should we credit? For starters the rise of story arcs.
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July 15, 2012

Dick Cheney Fundraiser Proves Romney is a Neoconservative Who Will Go to War With Iran

Mitt Romney, by virtue of his ties with Cheney and his followers, is showing himself to be a candidate whose foreign policy stances are no different from that of the disastrous Bush/Cheney era.
July 15, 2012

Comic Con 2012 Update: Breaking Bad, Vampire Diaries, and Django Unchained at Comic Con 2012

From "Django Unchained" to "Breaking Bad," here's Saturday's Comic-Con 2012 update.
July 15, 2012

American Conservatism: Is True Conservatism Progressive?

Relevant Reads column (in its inaugural post) presents 'Rule and Ruin' by Geoffrey Kabaservice and 'Conservatives Without Conscience' by John W. Dean in the search to define true conservatism.
July 15, 2012

Political Animals Trailer: Hillary Clinton Inspires New USA Series

A female secretary of state, who lost her presidential bid, raised children in the White House, and is running again for the office of president. Sounds familiar?
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July 15, 2012

Ron Paul Supporters Envision Libertarian Revolution Beyond Paul Because They Follow Ideas, Not Men

Liberty doesn't die out when one individual retires.
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July 15, 2012

The Tragedy Of The Commons Economic Law Explains the Continual Expansion of the State

A democracy cannot exist as a permanent form of government. It can only exist until a majority of voters discover that they can vote themselves largess out of the public treasury.
July 15, 2012

Game of Thrones Cast, Walking Dead Spoilers, and Twilight Swings at Comic-Con 2012

Comic-Con 2012 continued at full swing in San Diego with appearances by the stars of "Twilight," "Game of Thrones," and spoilers from the creators of "The Walking Dead."
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July 15, 2012

Defense Appropriations Bill 2013: Congress Must Make the Smart Choice

If the focus of the debate remains on the top-line spending level, we could spend one trillion dollars per year without keeping America safe.
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July 15, 2012

Bobby Jindal VP 2012: Louisiana Gov. Would Be Disaster on Health Care, Education

Jindal is a leading candidate for Romney's VP, but his record on education and health care proves he's not a good choice if Republicans are to defeat Obama in November.
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July 15, 2012

Higgs Boson Revealed: Why This May Be One of the Most Important Events in Physics

News of the Higgs Boson "God particle" has ignited the physics world.
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July 15, 2012

Why Are Americans Obsessed With War?

War is nothing but human sacrifice, and this nonsense needs to end now.
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July 15, 2012

Why Expanding Health Coverage Will Not Necessarily Help the Poor in America

The link between Medicaid coverage and health is remarkably unclear, and we may be doing more harm than good.
July 15, 2012

Django Unchained New Quentin Tarantino Film Brings Spirit to San Diego Comic-Con 2012

'Django Unchained' has hit Comic Con, and this new Quentin Tarantino flick looks like it will be showing a different side of slavery.