Robin Ye
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Meet P.G. Sittenfeld, the Millennial Politician Rising in Cincinnati

Cincinnati City Councilman P.G. Sittenfeld was first elected in 2011 at the age of 27, and faces re-election this November. Read about his job and the advice he gives to millennials.

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Asian Americans are the Fastest Growing Minority in the U.S. and It's Bad News for the GOP

Although the term "Asian American" is quite flawed, this diverse racial group is growing in influence and will continue to shape contemporary American politics.
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Immigration Reform 2013: Why Immigrants Should Get Obamacare

Immigration reform needs to be brought back front and center with the Oct.1 Affordable Care Act debut. It will save us all a lot of money.

Marissa Mayer's Dirty Wal-Mart Connection

A lot has been said about Marissa Mayer... but not enough on her dealings as member of the board at Walmart. Read up on the controversial and complex Yahoo CEO.
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MLK Jr.'s Vision Still Not Achieved

The Federal Government was at the root of MLK's March on Washington. 50 years after the day, just how far do we still need to go to get equal representation in government?
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What I Learned On My Lobbyist-Funded Summer Vacation

Congress has been on recess, but not everyone has been back at home. So where just have some members of Congress gone? And what are its implications for Congressional ethics?

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2016 Presidential Candidates: 7 Republicans With the Most Momentum

The better question is, who isn't a candidate? Here's a recap of seven Republicans looking pretty strong as of June 2013.
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6 Crises That Are Turning Obama's Hair Gray

These are the issues that keep the presdent up at night.
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Immigration Reform 2013: How Congress Screwed Up Immigration Reform in 1875

If 2013 is finally the year of contemporary immigration reform, let's look back at 1875, the first year of immigration reform legislation.
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Immigration Reform 2013: Obama Deported 409,849 Individuals in 2012

A look into how the White House will aid Congress in passing comprehensive immigration reform.
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Immigration Reform 2013 Recap: What's Being Sold, Who's Selling It, and What's to Come

In the midst of the Boston Marathon tragedy, immigration reform finally reached the table. What sort of legislation are we in for?

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Immigration Reform 2013: Even Conservative Super PACs Are Pushing Congress For a Deal

With surprising outside support, will congressional lawmakers step up to enact true immigration reform?
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Will the Obama Library Be Located in Chicago or Hawaii?

The Presidential Library is a relic; a biography and museum of sorts meant to showcase and highlight the highest office in the United States. Where will Obama's be?
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4 Animals That Would Be Better GOP Mascots Than the Elephant

The Republican Party is in need of some reform and rebranding, so why not start with the mascot?
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The 5 Biggest Political Events This Week

The top political news you should care about from the week of March 8-15, 2013.
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5 CPAC Republicans Who Democrats Will Love

In an ever shrinking GOP tent, which conservatives should Democrats cheer on at the 2013 Conservative Political Action Conference?

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Pete Domenici Love Child Scandal: Politicians Not Above Rules

Pete Domenici's revelation that he fathered a child outside his marriage isn't uncommon among politicians, and they all need to know they're not above the rules simply because they're in power.
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SOTU 2013: Obama Pushes Common Sense and Real Reform

Obama called upon the new 113th Congress and the American people to help make his second term vision a reality.
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Guns as the Finale

The topic of Gun Control gets the limelight in the final act
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State of the Union LIVE: Expect An Aggressive Speech

Obama's State of the Union must be a speech of governance and action, and less of a laundry list of policy objectives.