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Nathan Miller

Citizen based in Lewistown, PA, United States. Joined on May 22, 2013
Expertise in Education, Politics, Social media, Technology, Internet,   see all» Video games, Government


Rescued Puppy Mill pooch finally enjoys her first ever snuggle

A woman who owns a so-called "kennel" in the Boston area will likely face charges relating to owning and operating a puppy mill. But the real story here is not the woman and her puppy mill, but rather a little puppy named Noisette.

Op-Ed: The promising future of Google Glass

One of the first companies you'll notice at the forefront of any major technical breakthrough in recent years is a well known company called Google.

Op-Ed: Restraint needed in case of Bowe Berghdal

If one spends any amount of time following the news, it is likely that you have heard or seen some sort of report on the Army trade where five high-ranking Taliban members in US custody were exchanged for injured US Army Pfc. Bowe Berghdal.

Review: Amazon enters smartphone market with release of the Fire

Late last week, unveiled the newest entry into the smartphone user-space, the Amazon Fire. The phone introduces several new features into the current smartphone market, specifically a feature dubbed dynamic perspective, and firefly.

Among living U.S. Presidents, Clinton & Bush Sr. rated highest

In a recent Gallup Poll regarding the likability of living U.S. presidents, which was conducted on June 5th through 8th, 64 percent of respondents said they had a favorable opinion of former President Bill Clinton, followed by Bush Sr. at 63 percent.

Op-Ed: NSA wiretapping scandal exposes bi-partisan political hypocrisy

With the recent NSA wiretapping scandal, those on both ends of the political spectrum are openly displaying their hypocrisy on the issue of government surveillance.

States move forward with 'Common Core' implementation

The "Common Core" system of educational standards is nearing nationwide state acceptance, with only five states not yet approving the measure.

Op-Ed: In light of recent IRS scandal, new look at 16th amendment needed

With the recent IRS targeting of conservative and Tea Party groups, the American people would be wise to look back at history and heed the Founder's warnings regarding the dangers of direct taxation.

Op-Ed: This Memorial Day, it's time for soldiers to come home

As cookouts and barbecues get under way, it's easy to forget those who won't have the opportunity to spend the day with their loved ones. This Memorial Day, let's honor their sacrifice by bringing them home.

Justice Dept. wiretapping scandal raises 1st Amendment concerns

Last Monday, the Washington Post reported that Fox News journalist James Rosen had his phone records seized by the Justice Department, causing a firestorm of criticism and raising concerns over the First Amendment and freedom of the press.

Op-Ed: Are teens sharing too much information online?

In recent years, social media has become an integral part of the lives of American teens. But with the increase in crimes of identity theft and concerns over government surveillance of private data, there is definitely cause for concern.

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