On measles outbreak and the anti-vaccination movement

CDC said that the measles outbreak has now infected more than 100 people across 14 states and as it is happening it seems that we can partly blame the anti-vaccination movement. May I ask what is your view on this, how strong do you find the anti-vaccination movement and could the answer on the current situation be a mandatory vaccination? Read few comments.

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America and income inequality

From President Obama’s SOTU address: That’s what middle-class economics is — the idea that this country does best when everyone gets their fair shot, everyone does their fair share, everyone plays by the same set of rules.

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SOTU: Call to action?

Read few comments. President Barack Obama State of the Union Address here.

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Supreme Court could say yes to same-sex marriages. How will it change America?

U.S. Supreme Court will decide on homosexual marriages.

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Obama versus GOP’s Congress? Or also some cooperation?

As 114th Congress takes power what do you expect from the GOP-led Congress towards the White House and vice versa? Basically a permanent conflict and you see some areas where both sides could find a common ground? Read few comments.

United States Capitol. Credit: Andrej Matisak

United States Capitol. Credit: Andrej Matisak

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Warming up of US-Cuba relations, but…

Starting with the prisoner swap t seems we are witnessing a great breakthrough in US-Cuba relations as talks about full diplomatic relations will start. Why now, what challenges you see in this process? Read few comments.

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Jeb Bush for President?: What’s in his surname

Being Jeb Bush probably means that your surname is an asset and also a problem in the presidential race. So how much is America ready or not ready to consider another Bush for the White House? Read few comments.

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