Madeline Dutro
Madeline Dutro
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Virginia Governor Race: Poll Has Cuccinelli and McAuliffe in Dead Heat

Terry McAuliffe and Ken Cuccinelli are engaged in an intense political battle to determine who will be the governor of this crucial swing state.

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Joe Arpaio Wants Armed Posses at Schools: Why Arizona Sheriff's Plan is Not the Answer

Sheriff Arpaio is eager to to put a group of volunteers on guard at local schools, but is this the approach we should be taking? Our energies be better spent elsewhere.

Right to Privacy: Why Al Franken's Bill Would Make Certain iPhone Apps Legal

Al Franken leads the charge for our laws to catch up to technology, but will he win this legislative battle?
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Will Obama Win: How Hurricane Sandy Will Influence the Presidential Election

Obama has a variety of different ways to address the disaster of Hurricane Sandy, but what will he do? And how will his actions influence Tuesday's presidential election?

Donald Trump Should Be Ashamed of Himself for Bogus Announcement

Celebrities have been exploiting the election for their personal gain for some time now, and the American public needs to discourage it by not paying attention to it.
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DOMA Repeal: A Christian Millennial View on Same Sex Marriage

I believe that homosexuality is not moral, but I find no reason that the government should legislate that it is illegal.

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Presidential Polls Are Not as Helpful as Everyone Thinks

While it can be useful, too many people have grown dependant on polls. As a result, polling has become an overblown statistic that politicians and news sources put far too much stock in.