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Clearing My Inbox: Oldies But Goodies Part 3

August Ex-WSU Student, Dayton dancer hits big with Obama Impersonation He’s really good! July Young Leaders We Support: 4 New Endorsements Click this link to find out about some endorsements from WUFPAC. Committee Members Speak out–Or Stay Mum–On Health Care Reform Another great resource from OpenSecrets! Alter: Our Health-Care System is Fine As Is! June … Continue reading

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Links of the Week 4 September 2009

Top Five Política Alternativa It’s time for Dominican Congressional and Municipal Elections (2010)! I wish I was there to cover it! This article discusses one way many aspirants get the word out about their candidacy. President Obama: Healthcare, you Promised. This technically should be in the Oldies But Goodies Section but it was published last … Continue reading

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Links of the Week 28 August 2009

Top Five OFA Blog: Remembering Senator Ted Kennedy Rest in Peace Senator Kennedy! Thank you SO MUCH for your years/decades of hard work. This clip is from the 2008 Democratic National Convention. I was so moved by him during that week. I wish I would have paid more attention to his work and commitments sooner. … Continue reading

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Links of the Week 21 August 2009

Top Five (In Order) Pride and Peril: Historically Black Colleges and Universities Why Black Colleges Might Be the Best Bargains The Women’s Crusade I admit that I have not finished reading this article, its a NYTimes Magazine article so its long. But it is a must read as it discusses the conflict of this century … Continue reading

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Links of the Week 7 August 2009

Top Five Sotomayor Fans Claim the Phrase ‘Wise Latina’ Congratulations to our newest Supreme Court Justice – Sonya Sotomayor! If I was a Latina I would wear a ‘Wise Latina’ shirt with pride! Raul Castro: Cuba to Slash Social Spending “Bacon as a Weapon of Mass Destruction” Okay watching this almost made me sick. It … Continue reading

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Links of the Week 31 July 2009

Top Five Crude: A Joe Berlinger Film This is a film about Big Oil’s exploitation of indigenous people in South America. I actually did a project about this issue a few years back. Click the link below to learn more and find out where the movie is playing. Click below to watch the film trailer. … Continue reading

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Clearing my Email Inbox: Oldies But Goodies Part 1

So one of my big tasks for this summer is to clear my inboxes…over 1000 messages in one inbox and about 700 in another. I decided to start with older messages. Enjoy these links that I found while doing some summer internet cleaning 😀 Top 10 Words of 2008 Madoff and Company Spent Nearly $1 … Continue reading