Franklin W. Taylor
Franklin W. Taylor
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6 George W. Bush Legacies That Haunt Obama

Even for a president who campaigned on "hope and change," some George W. Bush policies are here to stay.

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Bitcoin Price: After the Crash, Is the Digital Currency Still a Good Investment?

Bitcoins are still valuable, though may have taken a hit in Wednesday's crash.
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Climate Change: Is Fusion Power Our Last Hope to Avoid Disaster?

China is investing heavily in nuclear fusion technology. The U.S. would be wise to follow suit.
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Ronald DePellegrin, PA Cop, Recieves Oral Sex From Prostitute Before Arresting Her

A Homestead, PA police officer has been accused of soliciting a prostitute he was investigating. Will the charges stick?
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New Orleans Prison Video: Shocking Footage Of a Broken Penal System

Inmates waving guns and doing drugs is only the tip of the iceberg. A penal overhaul is the only way to save Orleans Parish Prison, and so manny others like it across the country.
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This Georgia Supermarket Just Threw Away Thousands Of Groceries

Many watched in horror Thursday as thousands of groceries from Laney Supermarket in Augusta, Ga., were discarded into dumpsters. Up to 50% of edible food is wasted annually, and this has to stop.

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Obamacare Predicted to Cause Massive Rise in Health Care Costs, But is the Diagnosis Legit?

Republicans are still talking about the costs of Obamacare, but the fact is, it's incredibly difficult to make such projections.
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Pervez Musharraf Returns to Pakistan, Although His Agenda Remains Unclear

Former President Pervez Musharraf has ended his self-imposed exile and returned to Pakistan. Will it come at the expense of democracy?
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Bob Menendez Prostitutes: Daily Caller's Credibility Wanes Under Defamation Accusations

Conservative news site the Daily Caller has been accused of fabricating prositution charges against Senator Robert Menendez. A libelous fallout may push the site to the grave.
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Obama Israel Visit 2013: Timing Of Trip is No Accident

Is a new relationship between Obama and Benjamin Netanyahu forming on the horizon?
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Climate Change: Is China Really Taking the International Lead On the Environment?

China's global influence is growing for reasons out of Western control. It may not be such a bad thing, judging by its latest moves.

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CPAC 2013: Romney Hasn't Learned From Presidential Loss

Mitt Romney is the same candidate who lost the election last November.
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Pope Francis: Must Abandon Conservative Principles, Approach Poverty Pragmatically

Despite accolades for his humble lifestyle, Pope Francis must employ a new strategy to alleviate poverty.
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Two Drunk Friends Walk Out Of a Bar in Pakistan, and a Full-Blown Religious Riot Ensues

Dozens of Christian homes were burned to the ground in Lahore on Saturday after two drunks got in an argument. Legal reforms and de-weaponization is desperately needed in Pakistan.
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Ahmed Shaheed: Iran Continues To Deny Human Rights Violations No Matter the Evidence

Iran has accused U.N. humans rights inspector Dr. Ahmed Shaheed of accepting bribes. No one should expect this blasphemous rhetoric to stop anytime soon.
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Drone Strikes Pose Unforeseen Dangers to Citizens Across Globe

Drone technology is rapidly expanding. Sovereign governments must restrict the spread of technology

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Immigration 2013: Latin American Economic Aid Is Crucial To Securing America's Borders

Latin American economic development is crucial for securing our borders and ending the War on Drugs
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AIPAC 2013: American Military Threats Have No Place in Iran Nuclear Talks

Unconditional support for Israel has gone on long enough. The U.S. would be wise to further neutralize its alliances in the Middle East
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Iran Nuclear Program Could Be Slowed As Iranians Show Willingness to Negotiate

Iran is showing an increased willingness to negotiate over nuclear armament. The UN would be wise to accommodate them.
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Over 1,000 Civilian Casualties a Day in the Congo Means World Military Action is Needed

The UN is renewing a focus on armed conflict in central Africa, but the horrific daily casualties in the Democratic Republic of the Conog mean more than peacekeeping is needed.