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Soldiers Get 4hrs of Virus Training: Is That Enough?

Is 4hrs of Ebola Virus Training Enough?

by LonnieHead

Soldiers are willing to dive head first into harms way, to protect our freedom. Now they are being asked to fight a new battle.

Should a Photo ID Be Required to Vote?

Should a Photo ID Be Required to Vote?

by LonnieHead

In Texas, if you want to vote — you better have an ID. Some say this law is designed to discriminate against minorities.

  • Hospital Stripped of Catholic Status?
    A Catholic hospital in Arizona has been stripped of its affiliation after allowing a 27-year-old woman with a heart condition to have an abortion to save her life. Was it the right decision?
    783 opinions
    News 2010/12/24 21:00:00
  • No Christmas in Iraq?
    Following a deadly siege and bombing of a church, Christian officials in Iraq have called off Christmas this year. As a result, there will be no masses and no Santa Claus just to be on the safe side.
    185 opinions
    News 2010/12/24 14:00:00
  • NY Jets Coach Has Foot Fetish: Do You Care?
    Brash New York Jets coach Rex Ryan has gotten flak for a lot of things, but the thing that's got him on front pages this week has nothing to do with football. A sports blog reports that he may have a foot fetish.
    255 votes
    News 2010/12/23 15:00:00
  • Shouldn’t Celebs Expect Privacy in Rehab?
    Lindsay Lohan is a tabloid staple. And that's fine as long as she's working in front of the camera. But does the world have the right to peek into her life when she's doing time in a rehabilitation center?
    368 votes
    News 2010/12/23 21:00:00
  • Was There a 'Capitulation ... of Dramatic Proportions' from the Republicans?
    Senator Lindsey Graham is fuming mad at the GOP for what he calls a 'capitulation' on several key pieces of legislation during the lame-duck congressional session.
    268 opinions
    Politics 2010/12/23 15:00:00
  • Does the Democratic Party Take Blacks for Granted?
    Radio host Stephen A. Smith says the Democrats have taken the black vote for granted for too long - it's time for the African-American community to determine what's really in their best interest before voting.
    869 opinions
    Politics 2010/12/23 15:00:00
  • Michael Vick Comeback: Is All Forgiven?
    Michael Vick has excelled on the football field this year. He is now being touted as a serious MVP candidate. So should he now be forgiven for his ugly dog fighting crimes?
    611 opinions
    News 2010/12/22 16:00:00
  • Should Police Officer Be Punished for Killing Barking Dog?
    Police officers have a tough job, and when they respond to vague "disturbance" calls they never know what they might find. But should they be quick to the draw?
    1,528 opinions
    News 2010/12/23 16:00:00
  • Does Congress Care About 9/11 First Responders?
    When emergency personnel and volunteers rushed to Ground Zero on Sept. 11, 2001, they didn't realize they were entering a toxic cloud. Now they need help and Congress seems to be running away.
    342 opinions
    Politics 2010/12/22 15:00:00
  • Census Says Fewer Immigrants Coming to the U.S.: Is That Good or Bad?
    America is a nation of immigrants, but the new census numbers show a slowdown in immigration to the U.S., both legal and illegal. Is that good?
    573 opinions
    News 2010/12/22 15:00:00
  • Should Classrooms Go Digital?
    Try getting your teenager to put down their smart phone for five minutes. Now try getting their attention in class if you give them an iPad. With more schools handing out laptops, some parents are concerned.
    450 votes
    News 2010/12/22 23:00:00
  • Is Our Water Safe?
    Quick, someone call Erin Brockovich. A recent study found traces of the chemical Hexavalent Chromium-6 in the water supplies of more than 30 cities. Scientists are divided over whether the chemical is a threat. Still, woul...
    271 opinions
    News 2010/12/22 23:00:00
  • Are You Better Off Than You Were Two Years Ago? (Your Stocks Are)
    Yes, the economy has been in the toilet for the past few years, but surprise, surprise, the stock market has been on a steady bull uphill ride. In fact, the market hit a two-year high this week. What gives?
    155 opinions
    News 2010/12/22 20:00:00
  • Is Obama on a 'Hot Streak'?
    CBS Early Show guest host Russ Mitchell says Obama's on a 'hot streak' lately, and his Republican and Democratic strategist guests are just as effusive with their praise.
    144 opinions
    Politics 2010/12/22 15:00:00
  • Is Obama Capable of Destroying the Country?
    Actor Jon Voight thinks the START Treaty is just one more bad idea from Obama, who Voight thinks is on track to destroy America.
    731 opinions
    Politics 2010/12/22 15:00:00
  • Do You Believe in Creationism?
    Creationism is the belief that God created humans nearly 10,000 years ago. Science has provided evidence to the contrary yet a large portion of the U.S. wants nothing to do with it.
    3,608 opinions
    News 2010/12/21 23:00:00
  • Will Government Intervention End Internet Freedom?
    Here's a possible vision of your internet future: your neighbor watches Netflix all the time while you spend hours on SodaHead. Your neighbor is considered a data hog, and you're not. Sound unfair?
    274 opinions
    News 2010/12/22 00:00:00
  • Is Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour a Racist?
    Haley Barbour has positioned himself well to run for the 2012 Republican pick for president. But will comments about the Civil Rights era doom him?
    541 opinions
    Politics 2010/12/21 19:00:00
  • Is Net Neutrality 'Socialism for the Internet'?
    Newsbusters' Seton Motley says net neutrality isn't about protecting consumers - it's socialism for the internet.
    169 opinions
    Politics 2010/12/21 12:00:00
  • Should the FCC Accept the 'Flawed' Net Neutrality Proposal?
    Senator Al Franken wants to protect net neutrality - so why does he want the FCC to vote down the latest draft proposals?
    171 opinions
    Politics 2010/12/21 12:00:00
  • Tea Party and CNN: Yea or Nay?
    Critics on both sides are crying foul over CNN's decision to co-sponsor a Republican presidential debate with the Tea Party Express. Is the struggling cabler losing its self-purported objectivity?
    151 opinions
    Politics 2010/12/21 14:00:00
  • Sarah Palin vs. Michelle Obama, Whose Side Are You On?
    Sarah Palin wants American kids to be free to eat as many Twinkies as they want. First Lady Michelle Obama wants them to have dessert alternatives and get more exercise. Whose side are you on?
    2,161 opinions
    News 2010/12/21 14:00:00
  • Should You Leave Bank of America?
    Bank of American joined MasterCard and PayPal this week in cutting off rogue whistleblower site WikiLeaks from using its services. Should you pull out of the bank after threats from hackers to shut it down?
    78 votes
    News 2010/12/21 23:00:00
  • Should You Leave Bank of America?
    Bank of American joined Mastercard and PayPal this week in cutting off rogue whistleblower site WikiLeaks off from using its services. Should you pull out of the bank after threats from hackers to shut it down?
    0 opinions
    News 2010/12/21 03:19:51
  • Was This Professor Denied a Job Over his Religious Beliefs?
    Martin Gaskell thought he was a shoo-in for the director position at the University of Kentucky's new observatory in 2007. But when questions of his religious beliefs arose, he sued after not getting the job.
    579 opinions
    News 2010/12/21 15:00:00
  • Should Santas Get a Bailout?
    Back in the day, if you had the beard and belly, the holidays were a cash cow thanks to the mall Santa gigs. But thanks to the recession, paychecks and bookings are slashed in half for seasonal Santas.
    68 votes
    News 2010/12/21 12:00:00
  • Should Rep. Peter King Hold Radical Islam Hearings?
    New York Rep. Peter King thinks al-Qaeda is plotting to flood the U.S. with homegrown terrorists and he wants to hold hearings about it. Some Muslims think he's engaging in a witch hunt.
    2,239 opinions
    Politics 2010/12/20 17:00:00
  • Should the GOP Approve the START Treaty?
    Some Republicans want to slow down debate on the new START nuclear non-proliferation treaty. But Democrats are eager to get a vote for passage this week on the pact signed in April.
    427 opinions
    Politics 2010/12/20 19:00:00
  • Will the Census Results Kill Obama’s Chances in 2012?
    The census is a good way to get a snapshot of the United States every 10 years. It's also a sharp political tool for redrawing districts and with Republicans seizing power, 2012 could be hard on President Obama.
    239 opinions
    Politics 2010/12/20 21:00:00
  • Is an $11 Million Christmas Tree Over the Top?
    Christmas is a time of reflection. It is a time of giving. And it is a time of celebrating Jesus' birth. But should it also be a time of opulence?
    238 opinions
    News 2010/12/20 15:00:00

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