The List of Current Controversial Issues of 2012


Rooting for Obama

Rooting for Obama (Photo credit: canelita0306)

Pentagon Memorial

Pentagon Memorial (Photo credit: Ryan)

Iraq

Iraq (Photo credit: The U.S. Army)

"it's at guyswithiphones.com don't look i...

"it's at guyswithiphones.com don't look it up now!!" (Photo credit: jessamyn)

Marijuana Law Reform June 2010 (NORML)

Marijuana Law Reform June 2010 (NORML) (Photo credit: madaise)

Globalization!

Globalization! (Photo credit: Steven Erdmanczyk)

, American author and human rights activist

, American author and human rights activist (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

, American author and human rights activist

, American author and human rights activist (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Freedom of Religion, Press and Assembly as mod...

Freedom of Religion, Press and Assembly as moderated by Jerry Michalski (Photo credit: mary hodder)

Freedom of religion and belief in the age of f...

Freedom of religion and belief in the age of fundamentalism; hosted by Deutsche Welle (Photo credit: deutsche-welle)

Human Rights

Human Rights (Photo credit: h de c)

human rights

human rights (Photo credit: Sean MacEntee)

Gender and Market-oriented Agriculture 2011 gr...

Gender and Market-oriented Agriculture 2011 group photo (Photo credit: ILRI)

Gender 'tag cloud'

Gender 'tag cloud' (Photo credit: ILRI)

U.S Postage Stamp, 1957

U.S Postage Stamp, 1957 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Nicholas Murray Butler, American diplomat and ...

Nicholas Murray Butler, American diplomat and winner of the Nobel Peace Prize (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Dan Savage speaking at IWU as part of Gender I...

Dan Savage speaking at IWU as part of Gender Issues Week. Photo by soundfromwayout (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

united states currency eye- IMG_7364_web

united states currency eye- IMG_7364_web (Photo credit: kevindean)

Suzan Johnson Cook at the Human Rights Council...

Suzan Johnson Cook at the Human Rights Council in Geneva, June 14, 2011. As of 2011, she is the United States Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

ARIZONA BORDERS AND CITIZEN SAFETY...

ARIZONA BORDERS AND CITIZEN SAFETY... (Photo credit: roberthuffstutter)

Hash Bash '07

Hash Bash '07 (Photo credit: Ashley Dinges)

Category:Monuments_and_memorials Category:Monu...

Category:Monuments_and_memorials Category:Monuments and memorials in Washington, D.C. (Original text : This bronze figure, entitled "Justice," is one of the three parts of the Oscar Straus Memorial. Between this and its companion figure, "Reason" is a fountain. Inscription reads: "Our liberty of worship is not a concession nor a privilege, but an inherent right.") (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

I saw this bus in the main street of Kaitaia (...

I saw this bus in the main street of Kaitaia (Northland New Zealand) I think the driver had stopped for munchies (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Syndicated sex advice columnist Dan Savage tal...

Syndicated sex advice columnist Dan Savage talking about micropenises, double penetration, and every taboo topic the crowd asked him. He was at Illinois Wesleyan for part of Gender Issues Week en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dan_Savage (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

United Nations Human Rights Council logo.

United Nations Human Rights Council logo. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Activist and NORML Board Member Dominic Holden...

Activist and NORML Board Member Dominic Holden, at Seattle Hempfest, 2007, carrying two megaphones as he prepares for the "sweep" of the grounds to make sure that everyone clears out at the end of the fest. Security HQ in background. The following year, Holden joined the staff of Seattle weekly paper The Stranger. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

1933 Nobel Peace Prize awarded to Norman Angel...

1933 Nobel Peace Prize awarded to Norman Angell on exhibit to the public at the Imperial War Museum, London, England (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

"Radical Russ" Belville recording vi...

"Radical Russ" Belville recording video directly to a laptop computer. "Cousin" Kenny Davis at right. Seattle Hempfest 2010, Myrtle Edwards Park, Seattle, Washington. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

NORMAL-logo

NORMAL-logo (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Suzan Johnson Cook at the Human Rights Council...

Suzan Johnson Cook at the Human Rights Council in Geneva, June 14, 2011. As of 2011, she is the United States Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

'Mary Jane the Cannabus', the vehicle of a NOR...

'Mary Jane the Cannabus', the vehicle of a NORML cannabis activism group, seen in Auckland, New Zealand. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

NORML members protest in Lafayette Park during...

NORML members protest in Lafayette Park during the annual July 4th "Smoke-In." (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

NORML Logo

NORML Logo (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

united states currency seal - IMG_7366_web

united states currency seal - IMG_7366_web (Photo credit: kevindean)

United (States) Parcel Service.

United (States) Parcel Service. (Photo credit: matt.hintsa)

American pacifist and Nobel Peace Prize laurea...

American pacifist and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Emily Greene Balch (1867-1961) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

  • Activism
  • Affirmative Action
  • Antibiotic Resistance
  • Arsenic in Drinking Water
  • Bioethical Issues
  • Birth Control and Reproductive Rights
  • Death Penalty and Offenders with Mental Retardation
  • Capitalism
  • Capital Punishment
  • Censorship
  • Child Injury Deaths
  • Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA)
  • Teen Drinking
  • Teenage Pregnancy
  • Consumer Health
  • Corporations and Human Rights
  • Death Penalty
  • Democracy as Class Struggle
  • Democracy for the Few
  • New and Reemerging Diseases
  • Domestic Violence
  • Drug war/legalization
  • US Economy
  • Standardized Testing in Education Environmental Health
  • Ethics
  • Fascism
  • Feudalism alias American Capitalism
  • First Amendment Center
  • Freedom of Religion or Belief
  • Gender Issues
  • Gender & Sexism
  • Global Issues that Affect Everyone
  • Global warming
  • Globalization (economic)
  • Arguments Against Gun Control
  • Arguments For Gun Control
  • Hackers
  • Health Care Reform
  • Holocaust
  • Human Rights
  • International Religious Freedom
  • Internet Issues
  • Internet Speech
  • American History
  • Manipulation of the Media
  • Marijuana
  • The Media is the Mess
  • The Men Who Sold the Moon
  • MidEast Web for Coexistence Military Facts
  • National Issues
  • National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML)
  • Nuclear Issues
  • The Pentagon’s Spies
  • Police Brutality and Accountability
  • Poverty
  • Poverty and Welfare
  • Identity Theft
  • Immigration
  • Racism
  • Right to Die/Euthanasia
  • Sex Education
  • Sexual Orientation
  • Sexual Victimization of College Women
  • Slavery
  • Smoking
  • Social Security
  • Tobacco Control
  • U.S. Crime Statistics 2010
  • U.S. Political Prisoners
  • U.S. Patriot Act
  • Violence Against Women
  • Afghanistan War: Battle for Oil?
  • War Crimes
  • Who Owns America
  • Women’s Issues & Studies
  • Youth Violence
  • Genetic Engineering
  • Terrorism
  • Life on Mars
  • 9/11 Terrorist Attack
  • Illegal Immigration
  • Live in Relationship
  • War on Iraq
  • What Caused the Recession
  • Are Lay Offs Justified?
  • Doping in Sports
  • Betting in Games
  • G8 Summit and Controversies
  • Nobel Peace Prize to Obama
  • Quran Burning Protest By Pastor
  • Global Role of US

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