When Lightning Strikes

EDITOR’S NOTE: We are reposting the following article, which was originally published by FreedomWolf on December 3rd, 2012, due to an update on the status of the F-35 fighter jet. Recently, all F-35s have been grounded because of a “crack in the turbine blade of one of the planes.” US Represented feels that this discussion needs to be revisited in light of the considerable sum of money invested in this project. Picture courtesy

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Peace Ain’t What It Used to Be

Since 1900, the Nobel Peace Prize has been awarded to a group or individual who has furthered the cause of world peace. Recipients have included Henry Durant, Albert Einstein, and Martin Luther King, Jr. Now, another name can be added, rather ironically, to the long list of distinguished Nobel Laureates: the European Union (EU). This has sparked a great deal of controversy and criticism in the EU, especially among its

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The Environment Still Needs Attention in This Election

As the race for the White House moves into the final stretch, the faltering U.S. economy is the topic as unemployment continues to hover at uncomfortably high levels throughout the country, effectively pushing other seemingly less important issues to the side. Environmental issues remain especially marginalized for a number of reasons. Still, even though environmental innovations do not always generate immediate revenue or directly create jobs, they deserve attention. Fixing the

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Mo’ Money, Mo’ Problems

The Federal Reserve decided today to use quantitative easing to add $40 billion every month until the U.S. labor market improves. The architects of this dangerous strategy figure the only way to save the American economy involves injecting newly created money into the market. They believe that more quantitative easing will improve the market. It seems like few people truly understand the significance of this last ditch effort. America’s economy is truly on

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A High School Laboratory in Space

Today, YouTube ran a live streaming video concerning their Space Lab project. This project pooled the resources of several government agencies and international corporations to foster interest in space travel for the younger generations. YouTube sponsored the Space Lab contest, asking young minds to create a science experiment that will be taken to the International Space Station. Two contestants were chosen as winners in March: Amr Mohamed is an Egyptian teen

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