Dillon Cory
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Unpaid Internships Give an Unfair Advantage to Wealthy Students

Unpaid internships provide a valuable experience for students, but only for those who can afford them.

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Muslim Brotherhood Leader Khairat el-Shater Announces Egypt Presidential Bid

The Muslim Brotherhood has put forward a candidate in the Egyptian elections in an attempt to shore up their power in government and lead Egypt in a new, possibly troublesome, direction.
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Kony 2012 Could Cause More Harm for Africa

The Kony 2012 campaign will have perverse consequences for central Africa as idealistic Westerners exacerbate the fundamental problems of the region.
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The Syrian Dilemma: A Call for U.S. Government Restraint

Providing arms to the resistance movement in Syria would be a reckless move for the U.S. government. Direct action against Assad must be taken, but not by America.
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UN Moment of Silence Tribute to Kim Jong Il Defies Commitment to Human Rights

Those who really deserve a moment of silence are the dictator's many victims.
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What Impact Will Ron Paul Have on the 2012 Presidential Race?

Join the debate: What impact has Paul made on the GOP campaign and what impact, if any, will he have on the 2012 presidential race?

iPad or Kindle Fire? Top Tablets of the Holiday Season

Despite a gloomy economy, tablets are a hot selling item as consumers look for exciting ways to get content.
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How Can We Better Prevent Sexual Violence Against Women?

One in five U.S. women have been sexually assaulted. What can government and society do to prevent such high rates of sexual violence?
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Is There a Chance For a Republican President in 2012?

Recent polls show that the eventual GOP nominee will lose badly to President Obama. Do you think there is a chance a Republican can win in 2012?
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Top Five Reasons Obama Will Win in 2012

Despite a first term that didn't live up to expectations, Obama will secure a second term.
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Don't Worry, Romney is Still the Inevitable Republican Nominee

Romney's campaign strategy will assure his victory over Gingrich's weak campaign.

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Why College Rankings Are Harmful

College rankings are over-simplistic and have a negative influence on higher education.
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Why the Military Needs Our Top Students

Recruiting more students from top universities is good for the military and the country.
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Problems With U.S. News College Rankings

Given the flaws of U.S. News college rankings, colleges must publish better financial information to fully inform prospective students.
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More American College Students Need to Study Abroad

The U.S. should make it a national priority to send more students abroad.
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Mitt Romney's Immoral Acceptance of Torture

Romney must take a stand against torture and prove his dedication to human rights in American foreign policy.

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The Disconnect Between U.S. Public and Military

There is a disconnect between the military and the American public, which can be solved by raising awareness of the military and by Congress limiting the president's power and military spending.
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Obama Must Avoid War With Iran, Even With IAEA Warnings

The IAEA's report on Iran's nuclear capability must not be seen as definitive proof to attack Iran.
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Why America Won't Really Leave Iraq

America will still be heavily involved in the future of Iraq, despite a planned U.S. pullout of troops at the end of the year.

Ann Coulter's "Our Blacks Are Better" Shows Why She's A Hypocrite

An unapologetic Ann Coulter stirs up controversy by claiming to be on the side of "better blacks," in a hypocritical defense of Herman Cain's sex scandal.