Who's really to blame for dividing America: Obama or Trump?

A recent poll found 66 percent of Americans believe President Trump is doing more to divide the country than unite it. But Trump's defenders argue it was President Obama who created the great divide in America, and Trump is just trying to pick up the pieces. What do you think? 🤔…
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Should Bill Nye the Science Guy take over the EPA?

Bill Nye the Science Guy has become a leading voice on climate change. Known for his popular '90s children's show, Nye has since become very political and slammed President Trump's head of the EPA Scott Pruitt for being anti-science. Some think Bill Nye would make a better head of the EPA than Scott Pruitt. But others argue Bill Nye is nothing more than a celebrity in a lab coat who should keep hi…
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Should you drink booze at an office holiday party?

It's the holiday season, so chances are you'll be cordially invited to hang out with your co-workers and your boss at the holiday office party—right after you just spent eight hours with them. Fun! Navigating those holiday office parties is always a nightmare. Some people think there's nothing wrong with knocking a few back with your co-workers, as long you just don't get sloppy. Others think it's…
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Are office holiday parties fun or tedious?

Office holiday parties are probably one of the few times you can casually walk up to the CEO, who may or may not be tipsy, and just have a chat. The jury is still out on whether that’s a good thing or not. For some, the holiday office party is a tedious and mandatory annual ritual that forces people to mingle with unlikable co-workers. For others, office holiday parties are an opportunity to have…
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Is it okay to bring a date to the office holiday party?

Office holiday parties are already pretty awkward. Would bringing a date make it worse? On one hand, you'll have a new ally who you can enlist to avoid talking to your boring co-workers and you're more likely to have a fun time. On the other hand, there's that whole thing where you have to introduce your date to your boss and co-workers. That's a pretty big step if you're just casually dating. The…
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Should office holiday parties be on weekends or weekdays?

Part of what makes office holiday parties the worst is that they’re usually after a workday. So, on top of your normal shift, you either go home late or race back to see your co-workers again. Some people say the best compromise is to have holiday office parties on the weekend. Others absolutely hate the idea of spending any of their personal time at a company event. Holiday office parties can be…
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Are office holiday parties for networking or fun?

Office parties are often seen as joyless, stodgy affairs where everyone is being extra careful not to do anything HR will get mad about. That makes them great for networking and trying to move up the corporate ladder, but not so great for fun. But the Michael Scotts of the world beg to differ. A lot of employers talk up how they’re not just another corporate company—it’s all about working hard and…
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Is Tomi Lahren a role model?

Love her or hate her, conservative commentator Tomi Lahren has made a huge splash in the political world. Some applaud her for being an excellent role model to young women: strong, intelligent and willing to speak her mind. But others find her commentary to be racist and opportunistic and believe there is nothing to admire about a woman who uses her looks and raw hatred to get ahead. What do you t…
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Did President Trump make America great again in his first year?

When President Trump was elected last year, he rode the victory on a promise to make America great again. But one year later, the Trump administration has failed to pass any major legislation and the president's approval ratings continue to hit historic lows. Some argue this is proof Trump can never make the country great. But his fans believe Trump is doing an excellent job, and this is only the…
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Do you trust Fox News?

Critics slam the Fox News as being a right-wing propaganda outlet that has created a dangerous alternate reality for its viewers. But Fox News argues it is a totally legitimate news organization that simply provides a necessary counterpoint to the liberal media. Others point to studies showing Fox News viewers are consistently the most misinformed audience in the nation, and the network can't be t…
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