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Gun control is only one part of a larger problem that America is facing.
Hundreds of billions of taxpayer dollars spent on bunker-busting bombs is money wasted on a superfluous political game.
If the US wants to be a democratic beacon on the hill, it should build the beacon fairly and make sure it shines on all.
Highly "diverse neighbourhoods" are actually rare - African Americans remain concentrated in segregated neighbourhoods.
Storms are becoming more severe and it is attributable to "our warming climate and seas and our melting ice caps".
We should be giving more consideration to three major security frontiers: Religious, food and climate security.
The policy prescriptions of the Republicans' vice-presidential pick would hurt the majority of Americans.
The US needs more stringent background checks, more data on guns, an assault weapons ban - and more social capital.
The latest mass shooting in the US must provoke a debate that encompasses the socio-economic health of the nation.
Jeffrey Sachs is a man committed to doing everything in his power to eradicate poverty within his lifetime, says Shank.
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