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School Lunch: Should the Government Be Feeding Schoolchildren Lunch? (Debate)
Now public school children and teens are rebelling at the healthy food they feel is being shoved at them on a government
Can Obama Improve America's Reputation? (Debate)
Danielle Crittenden Frum
Michigan Proposal 3: Should Voters Pass 25 By 2025 Renewable Energy Amendment?
But those who oppose the measure say Michigan already has an energy policy requiring the state to source 10 percent of its
Soy: Healthy Or Harmful?
It's one of our biggest national crops. Vegetarians abide by its alternative protein source. And it is central to much of
The Health Dangers of Soy
Dr. Joseph Mercola
Physician and author
Who hasn't heard of the marvels of soy? The marketing bandwagon has touted soy as the perfect health food for decades. But could something that sounds so healthful actually be dangerous?
Soy and Your Health
Neal Barnard, M.D., F.A.C.C.
President of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine
Soybeans are handy. Aside from the traditional foods they bring us, they transform into tasty substitutes for milk, yogurt, bacon, burgers, and more. With no animal fat, cholesterol, or sensitizing animal proteins, they side-step the problems that animal products can cause.
Is 'Fifty Shades Of Grey' Bad For Women? (CHANGE MY MIND)
'Fifty Shades of Grey' has led to many discussions about its content, and its relationship to the role of women. A recent
Chicago Food Trucks: Would New Ordinance Help Food Truck Operators Flourish? (DEBATE)
Last month, a group of Chicago aldermen introduced an ordinance touted to make it easier for food trucks to do business in
Responsible and Realistic Restaurants-On-Wheels: The New Food Truck Ordinance
Alderman, Chicago's 1st Wawrd
Chicago's new food truck ordinance has a significant number of reforms, which can seem complex, but were established to ensure public safety, dispel the competitive concerns of established businesses and help the food truck industry grow.
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Food Trucks: A New Kind of Criminal?
Co-owner of DucknRoll Food Truck and Founding Member of the IL...
All that I ask from Mayor Emanuel and the city council is to give my fellow food truck owners and me the same opportunity to grow our businesses and contribute to the amazing culinary community in Chicago as my mother had, 34 years ago.
The Yankees Playlist: A Biographical Compilation
Director of Trends and Social Media, The Huffington Post
Now Yankees fans aren't obsessed enough to take Sinatra's song for themselves and themselves alone. We understand it's integral
Should You Clap During Classical Music?
Mayor Bloomberg's New York Soda Ban: Would A Ban on Supersized Soda Help People Make Healthy Choices?
When New York City's Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg announced last week that he planned to propose a municipal ban on large sodas
Is This Man A Legitimate Artist?
Pippa Middleton Moving To New York? Or Is London Her True Home? This Calls For A Great Debate!
But Pippa never wanted to be a royal, did she? An international sensation? She just wants to write party planning books called
Buzz Bissinger, Friday Night Lights Author, Calls For A Ban On College Football
See a video of Bissinger and Gladwell's debate with Green and Whitlock. "I don't say this to be a jerk—I like sports—but
'Marvel's The Avengers' Does Not Live Up To The Hype; Or Does It? (DEBATE)
"Marvel's The Avengers" has arrived in theaters with a bang. RELATED: "Marvel's The Avengers" and 29 Other Summer Must-Sees
Is Federal Money The Best Way To Fund The Arts?
Is federal funding the best way to fund the arts? The worst? We've asked two experts on opposing sides to argue their case.
Federal Government Money Is Not The Best Way To Fund The Arts
Ian David Moss
Research Director, Fractured Atlas
Arts lovers: go ahead and write your letters to Congress asking for level funding, that 6% increase, or whatever you want. But once federal funding becomes less of a joke, it may well become more of a headache.
Federal Government Money Is The Best Way To Fund The Arts
Dance, theatre and arts critic, based in San Francisco. Former...
Reallocating a tiny portion of the defense budget to fund tours for American performing arts companies to strategically important countries makes them a potent weapon in the battle to win hearts and minds.
Families And Flying: Should Airlines Offer Children-Only Seating Areas And Flights?
Last week blogger Keli Goff relived her tale of angst in the sky, when she forced to share her flight with a particularly
STYLE & BEAUTY
In Defense Of Pantyhose
Executive Fashion And Beauty Editor, The Huffington Post
You'd be hard-pressed to find me not wearing pantyhose. Here's three reasons why.
STYLE & BEAUTY
Pantyhose Should Not Make A Comeback, Ever
On Assignment For HuffPost
There used to be a time where women couldn't go anywhere without pantyhose. But there was also a time where you couldn't
Is The DoJ Vs. Publishers Lawsuit Good For EBooks? (DEBATE)
Earlier this week, the Department of Justice announced it was suing five publishers plus Apple for colluding over e-book
Why The DoJ Lawsuit Is Good For EBooks
The DoJ lawsuit might make things more difficult for those who have based their business models on paper books, but it could well be a boon to smaller publishers, authors, and--most importantly of all--readers.
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