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Uganda’s Anti-Gay Bill: No Death Penalty, Life in Prison Still Possible

For the past few years, Uganda has been making news around the world for a steady and unsettling increase in homophobia and hatred directed at homosexuals. In 2009, a homosexuality conference took place, and among the speakers condemning homosexuality were three American Evangelical speakers. About a month later, a now-infamous bill was introduced to legislation […]

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UN Troops, To Blame for Cholera Epidemic in Haiti

In October 2010, the United Nations brought an epidemic to the already unstable nation of Haiti. This epidemic is referred to as the cholera epidemic which struck Haiti over two years ago. The epidemic was caused by UN troops dumping human waste into Haiti’s main drinking water supply. More than 7,600 Haitians have died, and […]

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Americans Consume Nearly 200 Pounds of GMOs Each Year

Lisa Garber, a researcher from the Natural Society, found that, each year, average Americans eat more than their body weight in genetically modified food. Some foods found in the store that are genetically modified are apples, corn, coffee, strawberries, and sugar cane. Some of these products are used to feed animals in order for them […]

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Google report reveals sharp increase in government requests for users’ data

On Tuesday November 13th, 2012 at 11 a.m. Eastern Standard Time, The website of the London newspaper, The Guardian, posted an article titled “Google report reveals sharp increase in government requests for users’ data”. The article was written by Dominic Rushe of New York, who is a US business correspondent for the Guardian. In the […]

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Virginia Says No To Lawless Imprisonment

There has been public outcry concerning the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), which was signed into law last December by Barack Obama. While most of the bill has not been a major concern, there is a section that is causing a stir in the American public. The main issue concerning the bill is the presidential […]

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