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The World is watching(Obama)

January 20th, 2009 America was watching. All eyes were on Washington and the inaguration of President Obama.Many people have questions about what the future will hold and if President Obama will be...

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How Many Of You Hate America?

The common view of things is often different from the reality. They can be twisted, beautiful images that shield us from the truth. Sometimes people should think of it not as a shield, but as a...

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Stricter Gun Control This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.

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It's no secret that the United States faces an education crisis. For decades, we've been concerned about the outsourcing of manufacturing and other blue-collar jobs to China, among other nations....

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