Why a Record Breaking Unproductive Congress is Actually Productive
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Why a Record Breaking Unproductive Congress is Actually Productive

With Congress away for their month long summer recess, the news has been filled with information about what Congress has NOT done in this session. Facts like the House of Representatives have passed less than 30 bills all year and even that fact the unproductive bug has effected the Senate as well. While on paper … Continue reading

Reminders from #StandwithWendy
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Reminders from #StandwithWendy

Anyone who was up after midnight on the East Coast Tuesday might have noticed a stream of tweets with the hashtag #StandwithWendy. At first I wasn’t going to tune in. It was after midnight and I knew I had a long day Wednesday. But after reading several tweets (shout out to @jennpozner & @veronicaeye) I … Continue reading

Double-Latte Project December 2011 – Emily’s List
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Double-Latte Project December 2011 – Emily’s List

This month’s Double-Latte selection is EMILY’s List otherwise known as Early Money Is Like Yeast List. Why EMILY’s List Unfortunately, the role of money in campaigns has increased dramatically and causes the accessibility to running for electoral office to be contingent on the access to millions of dollars, especially at the national level. To assist … Continue reading

Double-Latte Project July 2011 – WUFPAC (Women Under 40 Political Action Committee)
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Double-Latte Project July 2011 – WUFPAC (Women Under 40 Political Action Committee)

Earlier this year while discussing Double-Latte Selection Running Start, I mentioned that I discovered Running Start while doing a paper on Women’s Political Action Committees. This link to Running Start is this month’s Double-Latte Selection the Women Under Forty Political Action Committee (WUFPAC). Why WUFPAC? Like Running Start, I selected WUFPAC because of my deep … Continue reading

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Blog Organizing: Oldies But Goodies

So I have been doing a lot of cleaning and upgrading on my blog this month and this includes looking into the post drafts that I have. While, looking to the drafts I found some old links that I was not able to share. Well since they were already drafted I thought I would put … Continue reading

Links of the Week 17 September 2010
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Links of the Week 17 September 2010

Dream Act Special Feature So I recently heard via a Political Science listserv I am on (Thank you Race & Ethnicity APSA Section) that Senator Reid is working on moving the Dream Act out of committee and on the floor for a vote. Below are some links that were shared via the listserv about the … Continue reading

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Links of the Week 10 September 2010

Top Five Where’s the outrage over immigrant slayings in Mexico? Who Gets to Review and Be Reviewed? Authors, book critics drawn from narrow pool 10 Years of “Feminism is for Everybody” I Have the Coolest Friends The Worst Toys Ever Made for Girls–Our Top Picks I don’t agree with all of the comments the author makes … Continue reading