Presidential Debate 2: Lost in Debate

Hello friends, Here I am with the second installment of my earth-shattering, wildly popular, critically acclaimed live blog of the 2012 Presidential debates. Before we begin, though, I want to share  one thought and one prediction for tonight’s debate. Updates are in italics. Disclaimer: In judging the merits of the points made in this debate, … Continue reading

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State of the State of the Union

As per the directions of Article 2, Section 3, of the Constitution of the United States of America, tonight President Barack Obama addressed a joint session of Congress with regard to the state of the union.   For a solid summary of what truths the President may have exaggerated, I refer you to ABC. The … Continue reading

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Lessons from SOPA

Comments from the White House and several members of Congress suggest that SOPA and PIPA have lost steam and, if the vote scheduled for Thursday occurs at all, it will be watered-down, more precisely worded, legislation that is voted on.  So everyone can breathe a sigh of relief, because free speech and democracy won out over … Continue reading

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Why We Should Be Proud

This is a broad topic, and one that I will surely re-visit many times, so I will be as brief as possible.   As an intern for Organizing for America – Obama’s 2012 re-election campaign – I sit down with a lot of people who actively supported the President in 2008.  Attitudes towards the President’s … Continue reading

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