Mariah Dunsing
Mariah Dunsing

Recent graduate from Ashland University, where I studied history and political science with an emphasis in international relations and political philosophy.

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April 1, 2013

DOMA and Prop 8: Why Republicans Oppose Same-Sex Marriage

It is important to remember that opposition to same- sex marriage can mean a variety of things, particularly to conservatives, and the debate cannot be solved overnight.

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Jan. 10, 2013

Hillary Clinton 2016: We Need a President Who Isn't Afraid of Hard Work

In an globalized world, a president who is not afraid of extensive travel and who has already developed some excellent relationships with world leaders can only be an asset.
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Oct. 4, 2012

First Presidential Debate: Who Won, Full Coverage, Obama Romney Debate Analysis

Tune in here throughout the evening to get the latest reactions, predictions, and smart aleck remarks regarding 2012's first Presidential debate.
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Sept. 14, 2012

Hillary Clinton is Wrong: Muslim Countries Are Not Fit for Democracy, US Should Withdraw From Middle East

Clearly, American efforts to "export democracy" to the Middle East are not working. It's time for a new course.
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Aug. 9, 2012

Romney VP Pick: Rob Portman is Not Just Another Old White Guy

His unique combination of experiences makes Sen. Rob Portman a man that voters feel they can trust when it comes to matters of the economy and the budget.
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July 20, 2012

10 Reasons Why Citizens United Isn't As Big of a Deal As You Think

The Citizens United decision did very little to change the way campaigns are run: Here's a list of 10 reasons why the decision doesn't really matter.

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March 7, 2012

Mitt Romney Ohio Win on Super Tuesday Republicans Sacrifice Conservative Values For Electability

Additionally, the slim margin of victory in this particular state makes it clear exactly how divided the nation is going into this election.
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March 6, 2012

Some Ohio Republican Primary Voters Pick Rick Santorum in Hopes For a GOP Brokered Convention

For Ohio conservatives, Santorum is incredibly appealing, but as pragmatists, they ask if the guy in the sweater vest can really beat Obama.
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Dec. 29, 2011

To Set Monetary Policy and Regulate Inflation, We Need the Fed

Though the Federal Reserve is far from perfect, it still provides a vital function for the U.S. economy.