David Greenberg
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3 New Year's Health Resolutions You'll Actually Be Able to Keep

Obesity is striking America like a great plague. Everyone from politicians to soda manufacturers are trying to do their part to fight off this social evil. Here are three steps you can take.

Forget CNN and FOX News, We Are All Journalists Now

Depending on what you write, where you write it and how many people read it – you may already be a journalist.
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On Tax Day 50% of Americans Don't Pay Up

49.9% of Americans will not pay income taxes this year.
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Law Schools Experience 16% Decline in LSAT Takers, Largest Drop This Decade

Fewer students are going to law school, a product of the poor economy, but also the even poorer admissions policies at the nation's top universities.

Ground Zero, Mount Vernon, and the Top 5 Political Landmarks in the United States

Certain political landmarks are a must see for any traveler. They express the independent spirit of the country in a way that allows people to understand what it means to truly be an American.

War On Men: How the Free Market Has Helped Women Excel in the Work Place

We have all heard of the War on Women, but in the Old South, the women are making sure the South will rise again.

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How The Republican Party Is Fighting Ron Paul

In the campaign for the GOP Nomination, the delegate count is the name of the game. We can't be certain who's winning, but we are certain the GOP will ensure it isn’t Ron Paul.
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Rand Paul Budget Getting No Love From Conservatives, But Why?

The GOP has completely ignored the Tea Party caucus budget proposal for FY 2013. Are conservatives focusing now more on social rather than economic issues?
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National Defense is a National Issue

National defense is a responsibility of our government.
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America's Education System is Backwards

We all agree that education needs to be reformed, but most proposed solutions blaming teachers, parents, or students miss the real problem: our system is operating backwards.
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Australia Should Pursue Missile Defense in the Pacific

With the United States reducing its defense spending, Australia will need to upgrade its missile defense strategy

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Aside From Ron Paul, There is a Serious Lack of Competing Views in American Foreign Policy

The United States has supported the progressive idea that it is our obligation to spread democracy abroad, regardless of the party in control, for the past two decades.
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America's Biggest Strength is the Constitution, and Biggest Weakness Our Inability to Understand It

America’s biggest strength and biggest weakness lies within our relationship between our founding documents and us.