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Guns, Guns & Guns

GunsIt’s only human nature to want to take action after such a harrowing traumatic event. To do something. Anything, to protect our kids. And make sure that Newtown never ever happens again. Here. There. Anywhere.

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Imperial Warrior Kerry at State

Hillary ClintonHillary Clinton will leave State. She'll further her 2016 presidential ambitions. She wants to succeed Obama.

She hopes to become America's first woman president. If successful, she'll likely exceed his worst policies. He did what supporters thought impossible. He outdid George Bush. Imagine what's ahead in term two.

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The Christmas Conundrum

ChristmasHas Christmas become too commercialized? In some towns the display of decorated trees is now controversial. Confused about whether to say “Merry Christmas” or “Happy Holidays”. What about Kwanza, Hanukkah, and the Holy Days of Islam? Maybe a simple greeting of “Peace to you brother” would be appropriate. Better be careful though with that one. I have a few friends who have been arrested for saying “Peace” at the wrong time in the wrong place. The stress of it all could drive a person to over-indulge in the spiked nog.

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Right-to-Work Legislation is Not the 'Good'

michigan-protestsby Gary Chartier and Sheldon Richman

Our friend Shikha Dalmia doesn’t share our view of so-called “right-to-work” (RTW) laws, or that of her fellow Reason writer J. D. Tuccille. Along with such other modern libertarians as Milton Friedman and Percy L. Greaves Jr., we believe libertarians should object to such laws. She doesn’t.

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Sexual assault at the US military academies

Sexual assault at the US military academies is a "persistent problem"by Camille Elhassani

Sexual assault at the US military academies is a "persistent problem", according to Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta.

Despite efforts to prevent and prosecute sexual assaults, the number of reported incidents at the service academies is up 23 percent this year.

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