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Election 2012 — President Obama Has the Support of Smartphone Users

Many national polls show President Obama and his Republican challenger, Mitt Romney, essentially tied in the upcoming race for the White House. But according to a new survey, there’s at least one segment of the population Obama has mostly locked up: smartphone users.

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Political Extremists May Sound Mad, But They’re Actually Happier Than Moderates

While political extremists may froth at the mouth and march around in a huff, research suggests that they are actually happier than those who take more moderate political views.

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Morgan Freeman Says Barack Obama Isn’t America’s First Black President

Thanks to his support of civil rights, Bill Clinton has been wryly dubbed by some as “America’s first black president.” But chances are good Morgan Freeman disagrees with that — in fact, he says even Barack Obama doesn’t qualify for the title.

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Hundreds of Students Defend Military Funeral Against the Westboro Baptist Church

When the Westboro Baptist Church announced their intention to target the funeral of Texas A&M alum Lt. Col. Roy Tisdale, his fellow Aggies didn’t take it sitting down.

In fact, with a little help of Facebook, more than 500 students at Texas A&M showed up at the burial in College Park, Texas.

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Ted Nugent Brands Chief Justice John Roberts ‘A Traitor’ Over Obamacare Vote

Rocker Ted Nugent is not afraid to speak his mind, and that’s exactly what he did in a new Washington Times op-ed piece that surfaced reflecting his views on the Obama Health Care package.

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Iraqi Women Battle Gender Inequality by Forming a Women’s Basketball Team

Laylan is a 20-year-old Iraqi native who’s also the star player of an all-female basketball team she started. That fact alone may not seem like much to a lot of us in America, but to the people of the country who are still suffering through gender inequality, it’s a huge deal.

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How Many Parents Should a Child Have? New Law Could Give a Surprising Answer

In years past, it was just moms and dads who got all the rights and responsibilities of parenthood. But thanks to surrogate births, same-sex parenthood and medically-assisted reproduction, all that could be about to change.

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Do You Agree with the Central Message of the Declaration of Independence? — Survey of the Day

The Fourth of July is about more than just fireworks and hot dogs.

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Houston Strip Clubs will Now Cost You $5 More

Guys, if you happen to find yourself in a Houston strip club for your 'business' meeting, your term paper 'research', or whatever other excuse you can think of,  you can expect that little venture to cost you a little more money. The Houston city council has just passed a $5-per-customer fee on strip clubs. Unfortunately, we are unclear if this extra fee is to be paid at the door, or just randomly tucked into stripper’s panties throughout the evening under black lights and heavy metal music.

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Supreme Court Upholds Obama’s Health Care Law

The Obama administration got an enormous victory on Thursday when the Supreme Court voted 5-4 to uphold the President’s signature achievement: the 2010 health care law.

And in a surprise to many court watchers, it was Chief Justice John Roberts who sided with the more liberal justices and wrote the majority opinion.

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Gun Sales Skyrocket Amidst Upcoming Presidential Election

There are a couple of things you can count on the American people doing each time an election year rolls around — updating their voter registration cards and buying more guns.

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Erica Minton, Flickr
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Should the Government Be Involved In the Fight Against Childhood Obesity? — Survey of the Day

Childhood obesity is certainly a problem. The percentage of children between 6 and 11 who are obese in the United States has tripled in the last 30 years and now stands at 20 percent.

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