Monthly Archives: July 2012

THE END OF THE “DOGG”

It looks like this is farewell to the old S-n-double o-p D-o-double g!  As you may have heard today marks a sad day in Hip Hop history, as the man once affiliated with Charlie Brown’s best friend has chosen to … Continue reading

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Politics! Oh the Joy!

As we embark on this beautiful journey to fill out our ballots and figure out what in the world we are voting for I thought perhaps a brush up on the definitions of censorship and caucus would be helpful. I’m … Continue reading

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Announcing registerinwa.org: Your voting info one-stop shop

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Hello soon-to-be and fellow voters, Ever wonder why you didn’t get your ballot in the mail?  Or what’s going to be on the darn thing once it comes?  Or where to take it once you’ve checked all the appropriate boxes? … Continue reading

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Olympic Fever

Its that time of the year again.  The time when everyone finds it totally cool to leave your television on almost all day (because who knows when you might see some cool, obscure sport like trampoline or archery).  That’s right, its … Continue reading

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What if you were forced to vote?

Imagine you lived in a place where if you don’t vote the government will not let you leave the country? Or if you don’t make it to the polls you would be fined 20 bucks? Policies like this are referred … Continue reading

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Civics 101: Initiative, referendum.. same difference. NOT!

I had the awesome opportunity to attend Capitol Hill Block Party this past weekend working at the awesome Washington Bus Booth (yes, the one with the BOMB popsicles), and eventually found myself on stage along with some of my fellow … Continue reading

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“What We Talk About When We Talk About Guns”

There have been a lot of articles written over the past few days on gun control and violence in America. Much of the dialogue has been unproductive and has intensified the divide between NRA supporters and people who advocate for … Continue reading

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