Does Meek Mill really deserve to go to prison?

Meek Mill has been sentenced to two to four years in prison for violating his probation, and the Internet is outraged. Fans are signing a petition and planning protests against the sentencing. Supporters claim the justice system is broken, saying there are harsher sentences on black citizens. Though many are saying #FreeMeekMill, others argue he violated his parole four times, and he must do the t…
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Should Mark Cuban run for president?

Mark Cuban and Donald Trump are longtime frenemies, and the billionaire entrepreneur has floated the possibility of challenging Trump in 2020. Some have welcomed the prospect of President Cuban. As a fellow billionaire-businessman-turned-celebrity, Cuban might be just what the country needs to defeat Trump. But others find a Cuban bid laughable. He is no Trump, and the country should get behind ex…
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Do you support a 6-week abortion ban?

House Republicans introduced a controversial bill known as the Heartbeat Protection Act that would ban abortion after 6 weeks. The ACLU has called the bill an "attack on women's rights" which essentially bans abortion entirely considering most women don't even know they are pregnant at 6 weeks. But Congressman Steve King (R-IA) believes "if a heartbeat is detected, the baby is protected," and a 6-…
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Should Disney stop turning animated classics into live-action movies?

Disney recently announced the full live-action cast of the classic animated film, "The Lion King." Following the success of live-action films "The Jungle Book" and "Beauty and the Beast," Disney is planning a whole slate of live-action reboots. So far, moviegoers have responded well to the Disney reboots, but critics argue so many reboots might ruin their childhoods memories of animated Disney. Wh…
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Did the DNC cheat Bernie Sanders out of the Democratic nomination?

In a damning Politico piece, former DNC chair Donna Brazile alleges she has "proof" that Hillary Clinton "rigged" the nomination process against Bernie Sanders. Sanders' supporters filed a class action lawsuit against the DNC earlier this year, accusing them of working to keep Sanders out of the White House and demanding retribution for their donations. But the lawsuit was dismissed, and the DNC s…
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Did Lee Harvey Oswald act alone?

The release of the JFK files―previously classified government documents related to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy―threw gasoline on the fire of conspiracy theorists everywhere. Many argue there is no way Lee Harvey Oswald could have murdered the president without help, and the majority of Americans do not trust the Warren Commission's conclusion that Oswald acted alone. But others…
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Is the 'Hocus Pocus' reboot doomed?

"Hocus Pocus" fans have been longing for a sequel for years, but Disney recently announced a reboot. Skeptics are upset the original cast of Sanderson sisters won't return. Bette Midler slammed the reboot, saying “I know it’s cheap. It’s going to be cheap!” Wow! With Bette already dissing the reboot, critics argue the film might not deliver. But some fans are optimistic that a reboot might retain…
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Should the Olympics be held in one location?

The Winter Olympic Games are 100 days away, and many people are looking forward to seeing what Pyeongchang, South Korea has to offer the world. But should they be hosting it at all? Some people are in favor of making the Olympics consistently take place on one home city, lifting the burden of paying billions of dollars for the Olympics from other countries. Others believe the Olympics is the world…
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Should Congress open an investigation into the deadly Niger attack?

Many are urging Congress to investigate the Niger attack that left four U.S. servicemen dead. Even the former chairman of the House Oversight Committee, Jason Chaffetz, called on his colleagues to open an investigation. But others worry such an investigation would only turn Niger into Benghazi―"a tragedy in search of a scandal"―and Congress shouldn't politicize the deaths of the four soldiers who…
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Should the U.S. adopt a merit-based immigration system?

In wake of the New York terrorist attack, President Trump is calling for merit-based immigration. Trump's revealed the RAISE Act earlier this year, which would scrap the current lottery system for would-be immigrants and replace it with a new system that factors in English skills, education, high-paying job offers, and age. Critics say the bill favors already-privileged applicants and would harm o…
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