This is what you need to know about the Stop Online Piracy Act, which many fear will lead to a slippery slope of censorship. Plus, the free porn will be gone from the Internet.
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This congress, the 112th, with one month left, has passed only 54 laws, 12 of which are the renaming of courthouses and post-offices. The last congress passed 383.
Millennials may think they’re fine, but new statistics and research show our generation may be in less than perfect health.
Although occupations across the US have grown immensely over the last month, not everyone in our generation is supportive of the movement.
We’re no strangers when it comes to experimenting, and this generation seems to be maturing into trying more complex cocktails than others before us.
It is easy to see why the bitter divide between left and right has eclipsed whatever journalistic integrity the media had left.
Vermont has been the on forefront of many issues in the past and now has the plan to adopt the Canadian-style, single-payer healthcare plan.
We have brought down an evil, vicious, sadistic murder and terrorist, and the world will be better for it, but death at any rate or for any reason is not a cause for celebration.
It’s election season again, and the idealists, politicians, and crazies who associate themselves with the infamous third party movement are coming out of the woodwork.
The president’s health reform package faces an uphill battle against congressional republicans and a number of GOP governors – but the fight isn’t over yet.