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Michael Gryboski

Michael Gryboski

Michael Gryboski was born, raised, and currently resides in Alexandria, making him one of the few people living in Northern Virginia who's actually from Northern Virginia. He recently graduated from George Mason University with a bachelor of arts in history and a minor in psychology. An aspiring writer, Michael wrote for GMU's student newspaper the Broadside , including his own website, www.cross-nation.com.

Articles By Michael Gryboski

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Prophets of Doom Partially Vindicated
Feb 23,2010

In the culture wars the homosexual advocacy movement has been the debate framer. Social conservatives often are at the nonexistent mercy of a mass media all but blatantly rooting for the pro-gay side, with news and entertainment attacking every statement made by traditionalists

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Thoughts on an Extremist Act
Feb 03,2010

Days ago Scott Roeder, the admitted murderer of late term abortion provider Dr. George Tiller, was found guilty by a Kansan jury of first degree murder. In 2009 Roeder entered the church where Tiller was an usher and fatally shot him.

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The Question of Divine Justice
Jan 28,2010

The scene is that of total destruction. Countless poorly constructed buildings fell easily, collapsing upon the impoverished population. Tons of rubble crushed cars and people, the environment transformed from a Caribbean


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Remembering a Bad Time
Jan 26,2010

Last Tuesday it all ended for John Allen Muhammad, perpetrator of a series of killings in October of 2002. Known as the DC Sniper, Muhammad along with Lee Boyd Malvo killed ten people in the DC-metropolitan area.

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A Tea Party Movement Manifests Itself
Jan 26,2010

In the modern day Massachusetts is renowned as a stronghold of the Democratic Party. For decades congressmen have been Democrats, its legislature is dominated by Democratic politicians, and the last several presidential elections have seen the state in blue.

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The Necessity Of War
Jan 04,2010

Amidst an international crowd in Norway President Barack Obama received the Nobel Peace Prize. Many believed he did not deserve it. Cognizant of this criticism, Obama delivered a speech in which he recognized the many across the globe who suffer, who endure, and who in his own words deserved the honor


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A Strategy Fails Again
Dec 10,2009

Recently The Washington Post performed a poll in collaboration with ABC News. The main question was if a person supports a government-run health care insurance plan, commonly known as a public option. According to the poll, 57 percent of Americans supports

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Global Warming Advocacy’s Growing Threat
Dec 10,2009

There have always been hurdles for the environmentalist movement regarding passage of legislation and international treaties. At present, as nations gather in Copenhagen regarding emissions reduction, commitment seems to be the great enemy for stopping climate change.



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