Jesse Perez-Robicheau
Jesse Perez-Robicheau

Jesse Perez-Robicheau, holds a B.A. in Political Science/International Relations and Communications/Public Relations. His interests are foreign policy, journalism, and everything trending in international affairs.

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March 13, 2012

5 Best Colleges in America That Help You Get Rich

Here are the top five colleges and universities that give students the biggest 30-year return on their investment.

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March 11, 2012

5 Cheapest Public Colleges in the U.S.

As student debt grows, some parents need to consider cheaper schools when seeking higher education opportunities for their children.
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Feb. 23, 2012

Men With Moustaches Could Be the Unlikely Savior of America's Economy

Members of the American Mustache Institute contend that growing more mustaches could help stimulate the American economy. They call for a calls for a $250 tax-break for men with facial hair.
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Feb. 17, 2012

Millionaires Barack Obama and Mitt Romney Show That Presidential Contests Will Only Ever Be For the Rich

Money is becoming the focus of most elections today and has become a barrier for average citizens to attain the presidency.
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Jan. 28, 2012

Barack Obama Must Strengthen Foreign and Economic Policy As Part of 2012 Campaign

During his 2012 campaign, Obama will focus his campaign on his foreign policy victories, because he has few domestic highlights to show.
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Jan. 20, 2012

Newt Gingrich’s Last Chance to Unseat Mitt Romney Will Be the South Carolina Primary

For Romney, South Carolina will be the hardest primary to win, especially as his competitors are growing fearful that this will be their last chance to stop him.

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Jan. 10, 2012

Republicans Looking to Grab Florida's Hispanic Vote Ahead of Primary

To win Florida, courting Hispanic voters will be critical.
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Jan. 4, 2012

Argentina's Terror Law Infringes on Civil Liberties: Does Protection Come At a Cost?

Is curbing civil liberties while protecting citizens from terrorism a necessary evil in the global war on terror?
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Dec. 29, 2011

New National Defense Authorization Act Hurts America's Ability to Fight Terror

The new bill changes the way the U.S. combats terrorism domestically and in a less effective way.
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Dec. 25, 2011

FARC: Colombian Terrorist Group Becomes Weaker

In the coming decade, Colombia's FARC may very well be headed toward decline.