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English-Only in Philly?
An English-only ordering policy at one of the city's most famous cheesesteak joints has drawn an official discrimination complaint, but the owner said Monday he won't back down. Read more, then tell us if you give the owner's policy an Up or Down vote.

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Third Political Party?
Tuesday was gubernatorial primary day in eight states, and while most races involved plenty of debate within parties, some are saying that America needs a third political party to depolarize the government. Peggy Noonan, political analyst, author, and proponent of the third-party movement, will appear on "Your World with Neil Cavuto" today at 4pm / 1am ET to explain why she thinks Americans need more options.

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Residents Booted Due to Eminent Domain
City officials voted to evict two homeowners at the center of an eminent domain battle who refuse to leave their riverfront homes, even after the U.S. Supreme Court's landmark ruling that the city can seize the property for a private development project.

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Tracking Sex Offenders
Many states are initiating programs that track registered sex offenders using Global Positioning Satellites, or GPS. GPS can track the exact location of the offenders at all times, making it easier for law enforcement to ensure that they're abiding with the terms of their release. Authorities can keep track of dangerous sex offenders without having to keep them in prison at taxpayers' expense. But opponents argue that process, particularly if it's for life, is excessively punitive and invades the privacy of offenders after they've served their time.

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Misleading Moore?
A double-amputee Iraq-war vet is suing Michael Moore for $85 million, claiming he recycled an old interview and used it out of context to make him appear anti-war in "Fahrenheit 9/11." Sgt. Peter Damon, 33, who strongly supports America's invasion of Iraq, said he never agreed to be in the 2004 movie, which trashes President Bush. In the 2003 interview, which he did at Walter Reed Army Hospital for NBC News, he discussed only a new painkiller the military was using on wounded vets.

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