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In American culture, the meaning of fact has been distorted almost beyond recognition, if it hasn’t already been outright lost…Without consensus on what constitutes a fact, it is extremely difficult for facts to overcome distortions, regardless of the speed with which the Internet can disseminate them.

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Bullying and suicide: when one leads to the other, both issues need to be tackled head on.

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Both “white collar” and “blue collar” crimes can be devastating to their victims, so why does one set of criminals routinely seem to face lighter penalties?

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Contrary to popular belief, being gay is more than worrying about whether or not you can marry your partner. It’s one aspect of who you are but at the same time, it affects your entire life.

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Is there still a need to pour funding into cancer awareness initiatives?

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When there is a systematic flaw that continues to widen the gap between the “rich” and the “poor”, is there something inherently wrong with being rich in America?

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If Americans want to compete in a global job market, they need the education and skills to succeed. Without them, the U.S. as a whole is poised to fall behind its peers.

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Even in a woman who is not on birth control of any form, an estimated 50% of zygotes (fertilized eggs) will be lost before the woman’s missed menses (aka her period). If we operate under the pro-life assumption that life begins at conception, do we not carry an obligation to preserve these lives as well?

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Athletes may be many things, but at their core they are humans, just like us. And that means they are fallible, just like us.

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Approximately 3 million U.S. pregnancies are unintended. Contraception makes sense rationally, but what place if any does “morality” have in a legal discussion?

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