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Back To The Basics: A plain and simple case for the flat tax

By Amos Chapman During his short-lived campaign, former presidential nominee and Texas governor Rick Perry espoused a controversial proposal. He postulated, in his signature southern drawl, that the United States…

Abstinence-only programs unhealthy for students, community

By Carisa Lopez The United States has one of the highest rates of teen pregnancy in the developed world, and Texas is of the worst offenders. It’s no coincidence that,…

Walker wins recall. What now?

  As I suspected earlier, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker has won the recall. After two years of demonstrations, angry union workers kicking up dust in the media, Wisconsin legislators walking…

In final hours, Walker still ahead in Wisconsin

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker may be a controversial figure, but all signs point to him winning today’s recall election. Even though Walker, probably the ballsiest Republican governor currently in office,…

Introducing the new Politically Inclined

Welcome to the new Politically Inclined! Jessica and Stephanie (read about us here) are re-launching the site in order to provide Gen Yers with the national politics news that affects…

Celebrations at Ground Zero, White House and Bush’s home in pictures

Breakout celebrations occurred at Ground Zero, in front of the White House and in front of George W. Bush’s Dallas home shortly after the announcement that U.S. forces killed Osama…

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