YouTube Video Related to American Deaths in Libya

A Libyan protest that resulted in an attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghaz, the killing of the U.S. Ambassador to Libya J. Christopher Stevens, and the death of three other Americans was reportedly spurred by an anti-Muslim video made by an anonymous filmmaker. One segment of the film Innocence of Muslims makes a blatant ad hominem attack on the Islamic prophet Muhammad, characterizing him “as a womanizer, a pedophile and a homosexual, among

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Illegal Immigration Still Deserves Attention

Millions of unemployed Americans and millions more at risk of losing their homes after watching their life savings wither away to nothing are rightfully commanding both presidential candidates’ attention as the 2012 election nears. Smoke-and-mirror trickery should be the last subject on any politician’s mind at this point in American history. Nonetheless, voters have a responsibility to remind those vying for political power that some issues not being treated as

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Dog Days for the Dollar

As the troubled American economy continues to stumble toward an uncertain future, some very powerful decision makers are positing that a new influx of cash will solve the problem. Wait, haven’t we heard this before? In the video above, Xtranormal makes a great point about quantitative easing. The Federal Reserve is injecting a mountain of money into the market by buying bonds from the private sector. This is supposed to create more spending power for

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Media Mayhem

Napoleon once said, “Nothing is more difficult, and therefore more precious, than to be able to decide.” Thank goodness Comedy Central has been making big decisions easier (and therefore less precious) for young Americans trying to decide how to approach this election season. For instance, more adults between the ages of 18-34 watched The Daily Show with Jon Stewart and The Colbert Report for this year’s GOP convention coverage than any of

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