Katie Robinette
Katie Robinette
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Immigration Reform 2013: What Republicans Can Learn From Their Canadian Counterparts

Republicans in Canada were facing the same situation that Republicans in the U.S. are today, but they turned it around. Here's how.

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Gold 2013 Forecast: Industry Leaders Cautiously Optimistic

Hovering around nearly $1,700 per ounce, gold is hardly over-valued.

New Year's Resolutions: Why Any Resolution You Make is a Terrible Idea

Every year, millions of people make New Year's resolutions, but have no actual plans for implementing them.
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Adam Lanza Should Be the Tipping Point For the NRA to Ban Assault Weapons

As debates surrounding gun control versus gun rights grip the nation in the wake of the Sandy Hook shootings, the NRA should recognize the need for compromise to prevent further tragedies.
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A Foreigner Reflects on the US Presidential Election

An outsider's perspective on the U.S. presidential election, and what the Republican Party could have done better.
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United States Election Results: 71 Percent of Canadians Are Watching Closely

Americans are not the only nation watching this election through a magnifying glass. Canadians are watching with the same interest and attention.

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Congressional Election Map: Roundup of Key Races, Including Tim Kaine, Mia Love, and Connie Mack

In addition to Obama vs. Romney, there are a number of other Congressional races of interest this election, including Tim Kaine and George Allen in Virginia.
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Romney Economic Plan: Why 5 Point Plan Will Beat Out Celebrity Endorsements

A solid jobs plan may not have Eva Longoria's star appeal, but given our dire economic situation, Romney/Ryan's 5 point plan is sure to appeal to voters more than Obama's celebrity endorsements.
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Latino Vote 2012: Why Republicans Need to Listen to Jeb Bush and Embrace Hispanics

Even if Team Romney/Ryan win the election on November 6th, the Republican Party must do some major work to build inroads into the fastest growing demographic in America.