Aaron Kinnari
Aaron Kinnari
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As Student Interest Rates Double, Young People Must Double Our Efforts

We need a movement of young Americans, focused on advancing a platform of issues that will improve our future prospects.

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9 Stats You Should Know About Immigration Reform

As immigration reform passes the Senate and heads to the House, here are 9 numbers that show why reform is so badly needed.
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Reince Priebus: You Are Failing Us Too

Leaders on both sides of the political spectrum are failing millennials, not just Democrats. The GOP needs to realize this if it wants millennials' votes.
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World Water Day 2013: Every Day Should Be World Water Day

The global water crisis shouldn't just be addressed on March 22, but every day of every year.
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Gun Control Debate: Wayne LaPierre Thinks America Too Dangerous For Common Sense

Why did the NRA's Wayne LaPierre flip-flop on guns and schools and criminal background checks? Apparently, because America is now too dangerous for common-sense gun control.

Sheryl Sandberg 'Lean In': Will Book Influence Her to Leave Facebook?

New York magazine argues it's only a matter of time before Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg leaves the social networking site. Regardless of her next move, Sandberg will be a powerful figure.

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Immigration Reform Could Solve Our Debt Crisis and Generate $1.5 Trillion in New Growth

To reduce our deficit and balance the budget, immigration reform is the best response. It could add up to $1.5 trillion to GDP over a decade.
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Immigration Reform Would Be the Biggest Gift We Could Get This Year

Researchers have found that 25% of technology and engineering companies started between 1995 and 2005 had at least one immigrant key founder and those companies created more than 450,000 jobs.
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America's Job Problem: The U.S. Will Face a Shortage of 200,000+ Workers By 2018

Our education system is in disarray and our immigration system is broken. This will hamper job growth for years to come.
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Sandy Hook Shooting Victims Deserve Action, Not Silence, From Our Leaders

Some will say that it's too early to address gun violence in America. For the 27 people who were killed on Friday, it's too late.