Emily Dobler
Emily Dobler
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SATs Are Cheating Students, Not the Other Way Around

The SATs can't sum up a student's academic intelligence, and the best option is to eliminate them.

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The GOP Should Try Vegetarianism

Resurrecting the ideals of the Vegetarian Party could be extremely advantageous to Republicans in the coming elections, especially in appealing to young people.
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The Best (And Worst) Moments of NASA

As the space shuttle retires and NASA enters a new chapter, we look back at the agency's most critical events.
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3 Reasons to Rethink Anarchism

Anarchists get a bad reputation, especially in the U.S. I'm here to change that.
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The Dirty Half-Dozen in the Debt Ceiling Talks

A list of the key politicians who are shaping our country's fiscal future.
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Top 5 Most Overrated U.S. Presidents

Taking a look back on these presidents' histories reveals some unsettling facts about the people who've led our country.

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The United States of Grilling

We hold these truths to be self-evident ... life, liberty, and the pursuit of barbecuing?
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Why You Should Buy Knockoffs

The lack of piracy and trademark laws in the fashion industry force designers to constantly create newer, better trends.
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Fixing Obesity is One of America's Biggest Problems (Literally)

The growing fad of vegetarianism is a small part of having a healthier America. Increased health education and government subsidies for organic produce will help stop obesity.
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Analyzing JFK's Legacy: A Shift from Policy to Personality

With Sunday marking Kenendy's birthday, it's time reflect on his legacy. His media savvy and focus on publicity changed how Americans view presidential candidates and how campaigns are run.