Danny Keener
Danny Keener
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Immigration Reform 2013: Republicans Singing a Different Tune But Aren't Serious About Change

Republicans are trying to regroup after the last election and appeal to a broader demographic ... but are they serious about change?

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Why a College Degree is Worth In, Even in These Economic Times

College is still worth the effort in order for people to market themselves to future employers.
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Cal State Fullerton Manhunt: Armed Robbery Suspects Set Off Campus Wide Lockdown

Yesterday, police searched for two armed robbers on the campus of California State University, Fullerton.
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Marijuana Legalization: Top 4 Reasons To Legalize Hemp Too

Marijuana legalization is all fine and good but what about the more practical and economically sound variant of hemp? It should also be legal to grow and use. Here are the top four reasons why.
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Why the Current Education System is Failing Future Generations: A Note From a Teacher

Standardized tests and the preparation leading up to them are boring and do nothing to cultivate real learning in children.
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Prop 29 Loses Due to Big Tobacco's Money and Lies

Proposition 29, the cigarette tax, loses by a narrow margin because of big tobacco's smoke and mirrors.

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ALEC Dropped by Kraft, Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, and Intuit In Response to the Trayvon Martin Case

Many different companies have jumped off of the ALEC ship, including the food stuffs behemoth, Kraft, in response to its part in the "Stand Your Ground Law."
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Santa Monica Pepper Spray: Top 10 Reasons Why Police Should Not Use It On Peaceful Protesters

Pepper spray should never be used on people who are simply voicing their dissent on issues they care about.

With War on Women, Rick Santorum Seeks to Rollback Freedom and Turn America into a Theocracy

Rick Santorum and social conservatives promote a religious fervor in government and reach for a kind of theocracy America has never seen before.
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Rupert Murdoch News of the World Scandal Shows Need for Integrity in Media

Given the demand of ratings and a 24-hour news cycle, "infotainment" and the means by which it is obtained dominate the journalistic landscape, but this needs to change.

What 'Hunger Games' Teaches Us About American Politics

Authors never write anything just because it is fun or entertaining. Suzanne Collins, author of the popular Hunger Games series, has specific things to say about the current political climate.

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Independents React Favorably to President Obama's State of the Union Address

Most independents have reacted positively toward the president's address.
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Best of 2011: Corporations Have Stranglehold On U.S. Politics, Especially the Group ALEC

The American Legislative Exchange Council, an organization led by corporate America, helps to drown out the voice of average Americans in politics.