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Young Voters: Idealism in 2008, But None in 2012
Our Voices in 2012- Dan Gorman: "The idealism I felt in 2008 has not returned this election. Four years of partisan gridlock, ludicrously coarse and idiotic public discourse, and political polarization proved me wrong."
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Why Mitt Romney Is Right about Entitlement
If Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan go out and tell the truth to the American people, while presenting a new path to prosperity, they can win, and we can avert the train wreck of unchecked government entitlement spending.
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The Holy Vote: Young Catholics, Faith, and Politics
Though the economy may be the nation’s largest concern, the next generation of Christians and Catholics will certainly have faith in mind as they head to the polls. NGJ's Alex Schoemann reports on the points of view found at a Notre Dame event.
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The Buffett Rule, Mitt Romney, and Fairness
The feeling in America these days is such that people like Romney should be down here in the lower income brackets with us rather than us be in the upper income brackets with him. This "race to the center" may be "fair," but it's not very rewarding.
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Sound Off: A Knockout or Yet Another Round?
Following Super Tuesday's results, is Mitt Romney any closer to landing a knockout punch and clinching the GOP nomination? Or did Rick Santorum's strong showing further highlight divisions in the GOP race? Sound off here:
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Previewing the Michigan and Arizona Primaries
Will Mitt Romney solidify his frontrunner status with a win, or will Rick Santorum once again shake up the race? NGJ's Kara Dunford examines these questions and more in a preview of today's GOP primaries in Michigan and Arizona.
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Undecided about 2012? Re-elect President Obama
We have a choice to make as a nation. We can support a candidate who has been pushed to the extreme Right by the Tea Party, or instead support a President who has shown concern for the poorest in society.
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The Votes of the First-Timers
In 2012, there will be 8 million new registered voters between the ages of 18 and 21, and who were unable to vote in 2008. Will they turn out, and who will they support?
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