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Supreme Court delays on deciding whether to hear same-sex marriage case

For the second time in two weeks, the Supreme Court declined to decide whether or not it is going to hear a case on same-sex marriage in 2013. Well, they…

Don’t Use Tax Code to Encourage Anything

By TJ Mayes A fiscal crisis is looming, and it seems that investors will remain squeamish, and the economy sluggish, until U.S. political leaders instill confidence in the long-term fiscal…

Uganda Anti-Gay Legislation Appears on Parliamentary Agenda

By Irene Morse The widely discussed Anti-Homosexuality Bill has officially appeared on the Ugandan Parliamentary Agenda. The legislation originally punished certain gay sex acts with the death penalty; the maximum…

Supreme Court to Rule on Same-Sex Marriage…Maybe

By Ryan Blodgett On Friday, the Supreme Court may take the first step in what could be a powerful legal change in same sex rights. The Court will decide (probably),…

Feminism is Still Relevant

By Carisa Lopez Today I read about yet another famous woman, former French first lady and model Carla Bruni, declaring that feminism is irrelevant for today’s generation. Carla Bruni is…

Refusing tax increases impossible for Republicans

By Jessica Huseman It’s time to face reality: Republicans are no longer in a position to force spending cuts while screaming about not raising taxes. At some point, even Grover…

Jindal playing hard for 2016

Though he'll openly deny it, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal is already beginning his campaign for the 2016 presidential election. …

Let Me Vote: Supreme Court to Rule on Voting Rights

By Ryan Blodgett Last Friday, just three days after minority voters proved to be a powerful voting force in the national election, the Supreme Court agreed to hear a case…

GOP needs to focus on Generation Y

If it wasn’t becoming clear already, the 2012 election put it into sharp focus: Generation Y and the GOP aren’t getting along. …

Forget moving to Canada – Let’s secede!

A lot of people are pretty happy about how last week's presidential election turned out, but a vocal minority is very upset, and they want to secede.…

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