Tag Archives: Congress

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A Rally Without Reason

In case it’s not clear in my review of the Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear, I did enjoy it. The event’s crowd control was nonexistent and the AV was inadequate, so my group opted to watch it from the … Continue reading

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The American Prospect: Learning From Greece

This is my second post on a topic of my choice for The Prospect‘s writing test. The first is here. If you had asked me last week what lessons the US can learn from the Greek crisis, I would have … Continue reading

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The American Prospect: Don’t Ignore Inequality

For The American Prospect‘s excellent (and highly competitive) fellowship program I had to submit two article critiques and a critique of their group blog TAPPED, among much else. This article critique was assigned, the second critique is of an article … Continue reading

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