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

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Links of the Week 20 August 2010

After a long summer I am back to blogging on here consistently 😀 Now that I also fallo Português, my links will be in English mostly with some in Spanish and Portuguese. If you want to read a link in a language you don’t speak translate.google.com will be a good resource for you (its not perfect but … Continue reading

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Links of the Week 25 June 2010

Author’s Note: This weeks links are shorter as I was traveling last week. Also links for Summer 2010 will be in Portuguese as I am learning this language this summer and am not allowed to communicate in English. If you have Google Chrome as your browser you can use their translate feature if you wish. … Continue reading

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Links of the Week 18 June 2010

Top Five Think Again: Networks to Women: “Never on Sunday” Another reason why I very sporadically catch news & information from the Big 6: ABC, CBS, CNN, Fox News, MSNBC, & NBC. If you want to hear diverse voices check out PBS or Democracy Now (My views are center left so I am unsure of more center … Continue reading

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Links of the Week 11 June 2010

Author’s Note: So I have not posted anything in awhile but I have found myself reading so many articles that I thought it would be best to pick things back up again. As always even if I’m not posting I am reading. Check out what I’m reading via my Google page. Enjoy the post! -DNMP … Continue reading

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Links of the Week 29 January 2010

Top Five (In Order) Continuing to Address the Needs of Haiti From a Gender-Informed Lens Read this cause you won’t hear this on the Big Six…sigh..and because this type of news is not on the Big Six, I don’t get my news from TV anymore except for PBS. Corporation Runs for Maryland Congressional Seat to … Continue reading

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Links of the Week 11 September 2009

This week’s links are light – the semester is in full effect. Hopefully, the links will be back to normal soon. Enjoy the few things I read last week. – DNMP Politico Top Five Click to Donate Not exactly an article but I just discovered that Care2.com has a site where you can click for … Continue reading