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March 31, 2015
Do U.S. Troops Need to Stay in Afghanistan Longer?
What are America's investments and how have issues progressed?
March 28, 2015
7 States Ready To Legalize Marijuana
Washington and Colorado have acted as trailblazers in marijuana legalization, but others are lining up behind them.
March 06, 2015
What Effect Will Marijuana Have On The Healthcare System?
Now that marijuana is entering the mainstream, what effect will it have on health care? Is it possible that it could actually bring costs down?
February 14, 2015
Could a ‘Millionaire Tax’ Work in The United States?
The idea of a 'millionaire tax' has been floating around for some time now. But it's actually catching on, despite some obvious downsides.
February 14, 2015
The Future Is Looking Very Scary For America’s Seniors
As the baby boomers head for retirement, it's becoming increasingly apparent that many Americans are unprepared for retirement.
February 11, 2015
Anthem, Sony, and China: Here’s What We’ve Learned About Cyber-Attacks
After Anthem Health Insurance was hacked recently, it's time to evaluate the barrage of cyber-attacks and what we've learned about security concerns.
February 04, 2015
3 Things You Should Know About Koch-Brand Conservatism
The Koch Brothers are immensely important figures in American business and politics. What exactly is it that makes them tick, and what are their end goals?
January 24, 2015
For Corn and Country: What Does America’s Largest Crop Actually Cost?
America's largest crop may be indirectly contributing to the world's most pressing issues. From climate change to world hunger, corn plays a larger role than we thought.
January 22, 2015
Calculating the Cost of Immigration in America
The fight over immigration rages on, and the costs are a chief concern. Does immigration actually cost Americans, and if so, how much?
January 19, 2015
6 Ways Single People Get Screwed Over Financially
Since the 1950s, the number of legally single individuals in the U.S. has increased dramatically, and this status often comes with a higher financial burden.
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