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

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 3 September 2010

Author’s Note This week’s links are short as I am currently at the American Political Science Association Meeting; therefore I have done a lot more listening this week than I have done reading. So far so good with the conference panels I have attended and I look forward to putting something together in terms of … Continue reading

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Links of the Week 27 August 2010

Top Five Mosque Demagoguery Is Bipartisan Remade in China Fiske Names Spelman College a 2011 ‘Best Buy’ School A Different Way of Ranking Colleges Armstrong Williams Misleads as He Cheers on GOP Women Women & Politics Eleitores de Dilma estão mais decididos sobre voto, mostra Datafolha Small Business Bill Cannot Wait – Voice Your Support, … Continue reading

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Links of the Week 5 March 2010

Author Note To those that read this blog regularly, thank you :), you may have noticed that I have not listed many political posts lately. I am working on this but I have to admit that I am VERY disgruntled with the US political system and how it works. As a result, I have not … Continue reading

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Links of the Week 26 Feburary 2010

Black History The Black Snob’s Annual Black History Month Post Where She Complains About Black History Month (Rants) No the above link is not to the life of important African-Americans like Booker T. Washington, Emmit Till or Harriet Tubman but I do think this is a great post that shows the good and bad to Black … Continue reading

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What the “Big 6” Won’t Share About Haiti

These days its hard to go twenty-four hours without hearing a request to donate to some non-profit to support their efforts in Haiti. It is also hard, though getting easier…or so I have heard, to go twenty-four hours without some news footage from the “Big 6” aka ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, MSNBC & Fox New … Continue reading