Alexander Podkul
Alexander Podkul
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Liberal Dark Money Contradicts the Campaign Finance Reform Movement

Liberals need to learn not to throw bricks from a glass house.

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Greece v. Galloway Could Bring Down a Valuable American Tradition

For the first time in three decades, the Supreme Court is taking up a case on the relationship between religion and government, and the consequences could be huge.
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9 Inspirational Quotes About Failure From the Greatest Minds in Tech

In our technological age, there is often a fine line between success and failure. Here are what nine tech giants think about failure.
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2014 Midterm Elections Require Reince Preibus to Start at Square One

After the GOP all but pronounced itself dead in 2012, why hasn’t it learned its lesson?
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We Need More Human Interaction If We're Going to Build National Trust

When we begin to trust our neighbors again, we will begin to trust Americans again.

News Flash: Pope Francis is Still Catholic, No Matter What the Headlines Say

Recent mischaracterizations of Pope Francis’ comments to the Jesuit-run America magazine have littered headlines for days, but is the media merely hearing what it wants to hear?

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Debt Ceiling 2013: Here We Go Again

While this isn’t as sexy a topic as gay marriage or environmentalism, young people must get invested in debt ceiling conversations to lessen our future burdens.
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Meet the Millennial Minds That Are Reshaping the World

In this age of innovation, which millennials are blazing the technological trails?
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This Haircut Was Also a First Amendment Violation — Here's Why

If a man robs a store, then how many of his civil rights are robbed from him?
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Wisconsin is About to Change How It Deals with Religion — and It's About Time

When an individual’s right of religious liberty clashes with the state’s interest, is the individual still afforded his or her right of conscience?