I oppose piracy and want to see intellectual property protected because that is what fosters and rewards innovation. But SOPA won't accomplish a meaningful reduction in piracy and causes massive collateral damage to the Internet ecosystem.
Gay marriage won't be more of an issue 25 years from now than interracial marriage is today.
Big food companies have their priorities, which include selling cheap, unhealthy foods at high profits.
But parents and schools have their priorities; making sure our kids eat right because research shows a clear connection between nutrition and student performance in school.
Many rogue sites exist to make a profit and others are enormously expensive to maintain. If they don't have the resources to continue stealing intellectual property, they'll wither away.
When the money dries up, the sites die off. That's the way to go after piracy.
Congress seems to thrive on breaking promises and passing unfunded mandates down to local government. It's really just a matter of priorities.
It's easier to stop bad things than to pass good things.
The foundation of a strong economy and job creation begins with providing every child in America with the best possible education, including students with disabilities.
We are a diverse country, but we are one country. And we are at our best when we come together as Americans, not despite our differences, but in celebration of them.
Pizza certainly has its place in school meals, but equating it with broccoli, carrots and celery seriously undermines this nation's efforts to support children's health and their ability to learn because of better school nutrition.
Agribusinesses should never dictate the quality of school meals.
As long as you have money to live then it's not a terribly important thing. If you don't have enough to live, then it's very important thing.
From the newest arrivals to our Native American brothers and sisters, we are one America.
I'm more of the sneaker-wearing, computer geek type.
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