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Emotion is running high after Monday's horrific bombings. Here are four crucial take-aways from the event.
The most common “I Voted” sticker, a small, white, oval that includes an American flag, costs about 15 cents per sticker. With local governments strapped for cash, is this cost worth it?
Unfortunately for most of America, the Miami Heat's championship made this list.
The Department of Defense operates 234 golf courses that are prime examples of a good spending cut.
Unfortunately for Obama, he does have a presidential record, and a review of it leaves little doubt that Americans should fire him.
On Tuesday, Americans will make their final choice for president in a tightly contested race. But as Obama's tired political song-and-dance shows, there are plenty of reasons not to reelect him.
After nearly four years in office, it's clear that Barack Obama needs to be fired by the American people.
In the upcoming election between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, the president has given America plenty of reasons not to vote for him again.
There’s still a bevy of young adults sitting in their childhood bedrooms wondering how they’re ever going to repay their student loans, buy a house, or have kids.
As the NFL referee lockout captivated and angered American sports fans this week, does this sound familiar?
Art imitates reality: here's how Harry Potter, Twilight, The Hunger Games, and Fall’s new shows help us understand 20-somethings and the 2012 election.
A former student of Perry Hall high school reflects on Monday's tragedy.
Instead of bailing out the USPS, Congress should allow it to be truly self-sustaining, letting it make its own operational decisions, and stem the flow of red ink by increasing postal rates.
The sanctions may make the NCAA look good, but they do little to serve justice, adding more victims to a situation that had too many to begin with.
Legendary PSU football coach Joe Paterno apparently urged school officials to go easy on Sandusky.
From now on, America is a place in which the government can require everyone to buy anything.
The Supreme Court health care decision will have plenty of winners and losers.
UEFA needs to take much more substantive, direct action to show that they actually care about hosting a safe, peaceful event.
One town's recent offensive language ban ignores constitutional, legal, and moral considerations.
Some players' efforts to intentionally hurt each other are barbaric and counter-productive, and probably illegal.
For a president seeking reelection, the budget proposal is about shoring up support and giving the people what they want.
In 2012, leaders should emulate Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker by standing firm in the face of opposition and insisting on making necessary cuts to bring long-term viability to the economic system.
Penn State is the latest in a long line of proud institutions, both public and private, that proved willing to do almost anything to protect their reputation.
The NCAA should treat college football players less like indentured servants and more like the business partners they are.
The Obama administration should not pursue another federal stimulus, as the first six have done very little.
A federally-sponsored initiative that encourages taxpayers to take occasional walks is just one of many head-scratching aspects of a little-known multi-billion dollar government program.
A recent report proves that both practically and fiscally, Obamacare’s champions have no idea how the new health care system will work.
There is no exact science to determine what constitutes government waste, but here are some examples.
Though Obama is saying all of the right things in planning to combat government waste, his plan lacks serious, meaningful proposals.