President Obama Uses Executive Power to Push Through Immigration Reform: Fair Move or Fiercely Foul?

Is Obama's Executive Action Fair?

by AdriHead

In a controversial move, President Obama used his executive power to push through immigration reform, despite fierce opposition from the GOP.

Do You Boycott Businesses That Get a Bad Rap?

Do You Boycott Bad Businesses?

by AdriHead

Uber has a controversy on its hands, after a company exec suggested that the service invest money in finding dirt on certain media critics.

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