The lead paragraph is pretty weak, but it is well supported by points throughout the following text. This is currently a hot national issue and this article is pretty good at explaining the mess without being biased.
it irritates me that the caption states "Sen. Scott Brown has come out in favor of ending the military’s ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ policy. " this seems like some big theater performance for the American people. so many things on the agenda have been there far too long. This article enforces this IMO.
It has an effective lead, especially for people new to e-books. This article shows us that once again competition between corporations in america can bring us great things. This will be good for publishers but we will see if it will turn out to be any good for consumers.
This is an exceptionally well written article, well cited as well as intriguing. The act of significant others and spouses buying firearms for ex cons is something I witnessed regularly growing up in Detroit,Michigan. These acts often proved fatal for everyone involved. Its refreshing, if not, depressing to know light is being shined on part of the underground crime culture.
More people should be made aware of the dangers a site presents with all these flashy unnecessary huge ads. The improvements that come with more revenue are outweighed by the sheer volume of ads distracting you.
This is an informative article but its not very relevant or exceptionally well written. The purpose could have easilt been accomplished by a twitter update. More information, such as the conclusions other studies have come up with, should have been added to give this article a bit more depth
This article builds on what has been covered in the media for months. As with any political movement/party there is a duality in the effectiveness of the membership. The groups throughout the US are not unified and this is very apparent with the extremism involved in some groups.
The ills of war are nothing new. There is no right way, there is no justice in it. How man
The ills of war are nothing new. There is no right way, there is no justice in it. How many people know the laws associated with waging war against another nation. The truth always comes out, the question is how will history remember the "war on terror" when our children read about it in history books.
Its an insightful opinion editorial, very entertaining. The author seems a bit jaded in multiple attacks on singular persons. The effects of one medium on another is a regular occurrence in today's age of technology. One can easily be swayed into the propaganda of movies and the news media due to this fact. Some of the things we find so incredible in movies like "Waiting for Superman" are in fact false and gross misrepresentations for the sake of catching a person interest.
Nothing new or groundbreaking, the story itself has been covered by other publications many times over. The over-use of quotes gets redundant quite fast. It mostly serves as filler between the very few vital pieces of information. Lots of opinions throughout.