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The 1% vs. 47% on Welfare

Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney has made (even more) headlines recently after a video surfaced showing him making rather interesting remarks at a fundraiser last May. His statement said something to the effect of how 47% of Americans are not paying … Continue reading

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Romney’s ’47 Percent’ Comment Proves He’s Out of Touch With the American Middle Class

Republican Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney is scrambling to make amends with the American public Tuesday, just hours after nonprofit investigative news magazine “Mother Jones” leaked a video of him at a private Florida fundraiser last May openly expressing his resentment … Continue reading

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Romney Proves Himself a Foreign Policy Nightmare

This past Tuesday, Republican Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney wrapped up a three-leg overseas tour spanning the countries of England, Israel and Poland. The trip abroad was an opportunity for the candidate to showcase his hand at foreign policy, diplomacy and … Continue reading

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What the Iowa Caucus Really Means (and Why We Should Fear for the Future of Our Country)

The Iowa caucus is easily the most anticipated and most overrated event in the United States presidential elections. Since 1972, the Corn State’s caucuses have been the first major electoral event of the nominating process for the Office of the … Continue reading

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