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This Conservative's Nightmare Version of Liberalism Actually Sounds Pretty Fun

"It's all sex all the time." OK!

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CNN Learns What Happens When You Try to Bully Bill Nye Over Climate Change

A conservative pundit and a scientist walk into a room to debate climate change. Can you guess who came out the winner?

What the Research Really Says About Gay Parents and Kids

Is different from what's being argued in court.

Coca-Cola's Super Bowl Ad Was a Big Win For LGBT Rights — But the Media Missed the Story

Most outlets jumped on the racist or homophobic reactions to the ad and missed the most important thing.
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World Economic Freedom is At An All-Time High, But Not in One Very Important Country

There's one glaring omission in the top 10 of the world's most economically free countries.
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Immigration Reform 2013: 4 Small Fixes That Almost Everyone Can Agree On

Here is a list of piecemeal issues that Republicans and Democrats alike should be in favor of reforming.
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One Stat About the U.S. Military That Will Surprise You

Many people believe that the U.S. military is made up mostly of poor, underprivileged Americans. They are wrong.
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Libertarianism vs. Conservatism: Which Way Will Millennials Push the GOP?

Young libertarians and conservatives argued through a variety of issues at a Wednesday debate at the Cato Institute.
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America's Poor Need Attention, Not Government Handouts

Government handouts help a small group of people, but looking at various data points and surveys, there is a more which needs to be done to help lift people out of poverty.
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Immigration Reform 2013: The Road to Socialism Is Paved With Amnesty

Americans should be aware that this ongoing immigration reform may have negative long term impacts, both financially and politically.

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Immigration Reform 2013: Anti-Immigration Lobby Finds Fewer Conservative Friends On Capitol Hill

The anti-immigration lobby is engaged in a struggle against immigration reform. But they are finding that they have less friends then they have had in the past.
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Immigration Reform 2013: Author Of Heritage Foundation's Racist Immigration Study Quits

Heritage Foundation's Jason Richwine has quit his post after increasing criticism of his belief that Hispanic immigrants have lower IQ than non-Hispanic whites.
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Immigration Reform 2013: Marco Rubio Calls Heritage Foundation Reform Estimations "Flawed"

The Heritage Foundation, the flagship conservative think tank, claims immigration reform will cost $6.3 trillion. But a host of fellow conservatives are saying that the study is flawed and bogus.
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Immigration Reform 2013: Heritage Says Bill Would Cost Trillions, And They're Right

Conservatives, looking to rebound from 2012 defeats, have latched onto immigration reform. But the Heritage Foundation's cost estimates need to be taken seriously as we evaluate this bill.
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Immigration Reform 2013: Is Jim DeMint's Estimate Of a $6 Trillion Price Tag Accurate?

Jim DeMint is leading the latest charge against immigration reform, claiming it will cost $6 trillion. But other conservatives claim that it will reduce the deficit. Who's right?

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Education Reform is Desperately Needed, But Teachers Need to Take Control

Unless we want necessary reforms to fail, teachers (not Arne Duncan, Michelle Rhee, politicians, or private educational consulting forms) must be in the driver's seat.
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South Carolina Special Election Results: Can Mark Sanford Avoid a Runoff?

To avoid a runoff in the South Carolina special election, candidates have to take a majority of the vote. Mark Sanford will be hard pressed to do so in a crowded field of candidates Tuesday.
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Violence Against Women Act Moves in Senate, No Thanks to These 8 Men

The senators behind the eight "nay" votes on hearing debate for the Violence Against Women Act on Monday have a history of voting against women's rights.
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Obama Inauguration Parade Route: Security Tighter Than Ever, 500K People to Attend

President Obama will be getting some serious security as his second inauguration commences Monday, with well over 10,000 security and law enforcement scheduled to be in D.C.
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Right To Work Arguments: Opponents Are Making The Wrong Arguments, Here Are the Right Ones

Opponents of "right-to-work" laws are in the right, but they're making the wrong arguments and getting steamrolled by Republicans. Here's what they should be saying.

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Jim DeMint Retiring: Nikki Haley to Appoint Replacement

In a major political shakeup, South Carolina Senator Jim DeMint announced he is resigning from the U.S. Senate to head the conservative Heritage Foundation.
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How the DNC Attempted to Make Women into America's Largest Interest Group

Progressives believe that rights need to be "achieved," and so they put everyone into interest groups. Now they're doing it to women, and it means bad news for limited government.
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Financial Regulation Will Not Kill Jobs

Studies that write off financial regulations as job killers are shortsighted; the long term gains of regulation outweigh any short term losses.