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Politics, government, healthcare, news, political news
 

Is Money Speech?

A short while ago I was asked my opinion of Citizen’s United v.
 

Go Pro Camera Raffle Contest

To all current and potential users,
 

Mormon Bishop Posing As Homeless Man Rebuffed by Congregation

A bishop in a Mormon church outside Salt Lake City has shined a light on the hypocrisy and selfishness of members of his church by dressing as a homeless man and gauging their reactions to him.
Politics, energy, oil, biofuels, America
 

Refueling America One Person At A Time

Not so long ago, CNN conducted a poll asking American consumers whether or not they felt oil companies were overcharging them for gasoline.
 

Let Them Eat Cake

Lately a memory has been haunting me a little bit. It was a television image that I noticed during the frantic, wall to wall TV coverage of the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001.
 

Money Madness: Why and How College Athletes Should be Paid

Free markets and college football. Deeply embedded into the sociocultural fabric of American life, these two time-honored traditions are incompatible.
 

Citizens United and the Perils of Super PACs

Michael Stinnett - 9/03/2013: Legal rulings such as Citizens United and lax campaign financing laws have undermined the democratic process allowing wealthy donors to buy elections; so-called Super
 

Nonprofits Are Our Informal Government

As the director of a nonprofit 501(c)(3), I have had to quickly learn how these kinds of organizations function.
 

She Blinded Me With Science

In the early 1970's, a group of scientists announced that after conducting some tests, they had concluded that the compound ozone seemed to have depleted in the upper atmosphere.
 

Of Mice and Manning

As we learn that the NSA domestic surveillance is far more widespread and invasive than we knew, the Senate talks tough but flees from action, timidly agreeing to sacrifice our privacy.