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Is social media a conduit for crime?

It seems there’s always another side of the coin for every debate concerning the Internet. For everybody who hails it as the ultimate tool of communication and free expression, someone…

The beginning of the ENDA: Catholics, Mormons and workplace discrimination

The Senate may have passed the Employment Non-Discrimination Act, but it faces an uphill battle in the House where religious influence weighs more heavily. On one hand, you have 5…

Obamacare: What the 10 Essential Health Benefits mean for your bottom line

One of the most frequently quoted sound bytes about the Affordable Care Act is that people who are happy with their current insurance plans will be allowed to keep them,…

2013 Election brings huge LGBT victories

The 2013 election resulted in some significant victories for LGBT candidates across the country. It is increasingly clear that the American public views sexuality as a non-issue in government, in…

Bill De Blasio the new mayor of New York

Despite Joe Lhota's last minute predictions of an upset, Democrat Bill De Blassio has been elected as New York City's 109th mayor. De Blassio will be the city's first Democratic…

Chris Christie re-elected as governor of New Jersey

In a crushing victory, Chris Christie has been re-elected governor of New Jersey against Democratic opponent Barbara Buono. The victory — though unsurprising — speaks volumes about Christie’s ability to…

The House will take 252 days off in 2014

Because 2013 was such a smashing success, the House has decided to reward itself by slashing the number of days they'll be in session in 2014. It must be really…

Obamacare: Some will lose coverage after all, and the media should have warned you

Dozens of news reports have emerged over the last couple of days indicating how shocked the nation's media is that Obama's, "If you like your current plan, you can keep…

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