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From the Tea Party, to Occupy Wall Street, to the growing number of organizations like Votizen and Americans Elect, non-partisans all over the United States are having an impact on local, state, and national politics. Organizations also play a critical role in highlighting public issues and providing the political will for policy solutions. In the United States organizations come in varying types and sizes, but they are undeniably the driving force behind many political outcomes.
A recent Pentagon announcement sending 400 US troops and two batteries of Patriot missiles to the Turkey-Syria border, which Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta says serves defensive purposes, caps an eventful week in Syria.
IVN launched the first installment of IVN Radio on Thursday. Now that the 2012 elections are done, IVN Managing Editor, Shawn Griffiths; Director of Public Relations for IVN, Emma Goda; and IVN’s Founder, Chad Peace, examine the current state of the Republican brand and how it relates to the attitude of young voters.
Amid the Republicans’ electoral defeats of 2012, there have been many arm-chair prescriptions made for the party. Syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer recommended Republicans adopt amnesty while nominating Marco Rubio for.