Morgan McDaniel
Morgan McDaniel
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Taksim Square Protest: Turkey Won't Go Down Egypt's Path On Women's Rights

Women protested alongside men in the Egyptian revolution, but now women's rights are in danger. Now Turkish women are protesting, but they have a better chance of making change.

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Jiah Khan: Bollywood Sweetheart Dead At 25 From Apparent Suicide

Jiah Khan was found dead in what has been ruled a suicide. Her mother found her hanged in her room on Monday night in her home in Mumbai.

Are Conservative Women Actually Good For Women?

It's an achievement any time a woman is elected to public office, but politicians like Bachmann and Sarah Palin use their statuses to push for policies that hurt women around the country.

Planned Parenthood: Organization's Victory in Indiana Is a Victory For All Women

A much-needed bit of good news for an organization that's been under sustained attack since 2010.
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Eric Hedin: State University Professor Teaches Creationism, Calls It Science

Do books like "There is a God: How the World's Most Notorious Atheist Changed His Mind" belong in public schools? A Ball State University professor seems to think so.

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Why Do You Loathe Congress But Love Your Congressman?

A new study shows that just 16% of Americans approve of the job Congress is doing. But a full 46% approve of their representative. Why is that?
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Jodi Arias Verdict: Jury Deliberations Ongoing As Americans Captivated By Sex, a Killing, and a Raunchy Audiotape

The Jodi Arias trial contains all the elements for ridiculous media sensationalism.
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Fred Biery: Texas Judge's Strip Club Ruling Titillates America With Its Sexual Innuendos

Judge Fred Biery decided to have some fun when it came to issuing an opinion on a San Antonio ordinance regulating strip clubs.
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Working Families Flexibility Act: Increases Flexibility For Employers, Not Workers

Under the Working Families Flexibility Act, employers would get more flexibility and workers would lose money.
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Israel Claims Syria Used Chemical Weapons, But Israel Has Used White Phosphorus

Israel stopped using white phosphorus because it “does not look good” internationally, which could be a strategy to improve the country's image while pressing for international action on Syria.

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Syrian Chemical Weapons May Have Been Used, Crossing U.S. "Red Line"

Israel claims it has evidence that the Syrian regime used lethal chemical weapons. President Obama said chemical weapons are a "red line," and it's time to cross it.

Feminism is On the Rise No Matter What Polls Say

A poll reveals only 20% of Americans identify as feminists, but more than 80% of people support gender equality, so the feminist movement isn't small by any means.
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Israeli Independence Day 2013: How Occupation Harms Israel's Sovereignty

On Israel's birthday, the biggest issue that will determine its future is whether or not a viable two-state solution can be reached.