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The Freak Show: A Middle East Quandary

It’s strange times in the Middle East these days. The so-called “Arab Spring” continues, with the ouster of Hosni Mubarak, the president of Egypt, while in Libya, the civil war rages on with assistance to the r...
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Reality Check: Vox Schizophrenia

Okay, I think I get it. Fourteen months ago a majority of Americans, anywhere from 52 to 58 percent, depending on the politically bias nature of the polling, were against government-run health care. Today, a...
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Deleted Scenes: Mourning The Machine

It’s 1:36 a.m., and I may have just shut down my computer for the last time. I should probably explain. Obviously it’s not the computer I’m typing on now, which is a laptop I rarely if ever actually put on m...

Take Action Tour: No Time Like Now

Sex education and sexual health of children and teenagers is a consistently controversial topic. From national elections to school board debates, questions about how kids learn and what they should know abo...
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Deleted Scenes: Life Post-Rapture

I was reading one of the many “Hey, the apocalypse didn’t happen” news articles over this past weekend—following the no-show from Jesus Christ on the day the much-publicized group Family Radio said he’d be doin...
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Rant ‘N’ Roll: Slugged By Janis

Back when the New Jersey drinking age was 18, clubs around The Garden State were exploding with music, and The Aquarian Weekly was right there to document the simultaneous scenes breaking out in North Jersey, d...
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