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J.K. Rowling revision evidences that books belong to the readers

Even though J.K. Rowling is the creator of Harry Potter, fan commentary and inference should be based on the work itself, rather than on any revisions Rowling makes post-publication.

Obamacare hails disaster for our national economy

Obamacare is not only making the middle class incredibly worse off, but are also threatening the very fabric of the government that by and large has worked for us throughout American history.

Coke uproar says post-racial U.S. a lie

The fact that those opposed to Coke's Super Bowl commercial still associate a single language with the nation shows that there is progress still to be made and that many are reluctant to change.

CVS takes tobacco from shelves in worthy move

In ceasing to sell tobacco products, CVS will transition into a more healthcare-oriented company and encourage others will follow their example.

Drug addicts need medical care, not jail time

Philip Seymour Hoffman’s death from heroin overdose was both a tragedy, and an important reminder that addiction is a medical problem, not a moral one.

Sexual assault cases must be public domain

Hopefully, as society grows more open and people feel more comfortable reporting sexual assault, especially on college campuses, it will cease to be an underreported crime.

CMU Senate Coke ban request unreasonable

Banning individuals from the ability to make their own purchasing choices is an unacceptable option to protest the lack of Russian gay rights.

A Person's Opinion

The Tartan is watching the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics! So we asked: What is your favorite part of the games?

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