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I’m Back from Hiatus

21 Aug

Hey everyone,

Unfortunately, I haven’t been blogging for a while (4 months) because it’s been quite a hectic time for me.  Trying to put it succinctly, I graduated with an MPA from Indiana University Bloomington in May, vacationed with my parents in Europe for part of May/June, and got a job in July in Wisconsin.  I’ve been working here in the Badger State for a month now, and it’s been going great.  Since I’m now a little more settled, I’ll hopefully be blogging on a semi-regular basis from now on.  My blogs might be a little shorter, but hopefully I’ll add some more information (with my opinion added in) to the political debate.

31 Mar

I surprisingly learned about her in my Scandinavian class. Entitled “The Black Power Mix Tape” via Angela Davis.

10 Mar

It’s so unfortunate that our lack of information has numbed us to the reality that our (collective) lives are worse off than we thought. We live in a system in which not enough investment is being put into our lives, that only those that were lucky enough are able to make a better life. Suffice it to say, I truly believe we are lucky enough to at least live in the United States; however, it does not mean we cannot do a lot better. There are those people that really do deserve to be in the top or bottom 1% by the actions they have made, but I don’t think it should be the socioeconomic circumstances that you were born in that should be the majority reason of why you succeed or fail. I concede, it’s very complicated, but you have to agree, that this can’t possibly be fair.

Reason and Politics

The truth about income inequality in the US is absolutely staggering…

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