Stephanie Dreyer
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20 Reasons Women Need Access to Birth Control

From better vacations and clearer skin to being a healthier mom-to-be, here are the top 20 serious and not-so-serious reasons why every woman should have access to birth control.

Change.org Gives Modern Day David a Chance Over Goliath

Online tools like Change.org give small groups of committed people the opportunity to take on some of the most powerful corporate and political interests around.
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Until Affordable Care Act Comes Into Full Effect, Women Still Pay More for Health Care

The new health care law will ban the practice of gender rating, but women are still paying significantly more than men for health care.
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5 Reasons Why We Must Make Free Access to Contraception a Priority

Politicizing contraception jeopardizes women’s health by taking away access to a basic, preventative health care that treats and prevents many health conditions affecting women.

At All Star Break, Jeremy Lin Looks to Keep the Linsanity Alive in the Second Half of the NBA Season

No matter how this story continues to unfold, Lin’s immediate impact has been to challenge traditional Asian American stereotypes within the NBA and the professional sport’s community at large.
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Four Reasons Why Mitt Romney Underperforms with Blue Collar Workers

In every Republican primary held so far where exit polling data is available, Romney has done progressively worse among working class voters.

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Obama's Flip-Flop on Super PACs Undermines His Image as a Righteous Campaign Finance Reformer

Obama’s decision to flip-flop on Supe-PACs undermines his efforts to present himself as the righteous campaign finance reformer.
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To Maintain a Strong Military and Cut its Addiction to Foreign Oil, America Must Develop Cost-Effective Alternative Energy

If America wants to maintain a strong military while also reducing our dependence on foreign oil, we need to make alternative fuels commercially viable to strip oil of its strategic status.

Susan G. Komen Reverses Planned Parenthood Funding Decision That Would Have Created Dangerous Health Environment for Women

The long term implications of Komen's decision will be a more dangerous environment for women who cannot afford to pay for cancer screenings anywhere else but Planned Parenthood.
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Mitt Romney's Self-Deportation Plan for Illegal Immigrants is Harmful

As a solution to illegal immigration, self-deportation creates more problems than it solves.
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American Business Will Always Lose When it's Cheaper in China

China has an extreme advantage over every other country because they have the skilled engineering and semi-skilled labor capacity in numbers that cannot be matched by other nations, even the U.S.

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Cyber Warfare: The War America is Losing

Despite possessing the capacity to engage in full cyber warfare, the United States has predominantly refused to employ such tactics even as the threat continues to grow.
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High Cost of War With Iran Reveals the Need for America to End its Addiction to Oil

If Iran follows through with its threat to close the Straight of Hormuz, the price of oil could rise 50% or more within days.
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Costa Concordia Cruise Shipwreck Highlights Threat of Oil Spills in the Mediterranean Sea

The recent Costa Concordia shipwreck highlights the need for tighter environmental regulations of cruise ship travel in the Mediterranean.