The importance of being well-informed, especially during election season

The mishap of an Iranian news agency provides example of the dangers of being uninformed during elections.

Living in Buenos Aires- City of Change

From street to street, day to day and even hour to hour, the Argentine capital is never predictable.

Voting does not create substantial changes

The solution to America’s political stagnancy may lie within not voting in this election.

Expectations run wild as first presidential debate approaches

Romney and Obama may disappoint on hot-button topics at the debates tonight.

Supporting independence movement through sports

As Catalonia struggles to be independent from Spain, sports fans are wearing F.C. Barcelona jerseys to support the movement.

NYT takes right direction by banning quote approval

The New York Times bans quote approval, and other journalistic enterprises should impose similar policies to maintain a truly free press.

Father-daughter dance ban faulty logic

A Rhode Island school district recently declared the long-standing school tradition unconstitutional. Some cry overreaction.

Rethinking what we enjoy on our televisions

In the wake of Fox News' recent airing of an apparent suicide, we have to reflect on and question the reasons we derive entertainment from the misfortune of others.

U.S. Airport security policies impose discriminatory practices

The Transportation Security Association's profiles on certain nationalities and imposes discriminatory search policies on them.

Romney’s column offers no answer to foreign policy

Republican presidential candidate criticizes Obama's handling of foreign policy yet offers no alternate plan of action.

Religion vs. law: equal battle

It is important to understand that whether one chooses religion over law or law over religion, it is a choice he or she makes.

Early voting laws cause partisan conflict

As election day looms on the horizon, Republicans have been fighting for early voting law restrictions while Democrats want more lenient laws.