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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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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 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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Links of the Week 19 June 2009

Do you Twitter? DNMP Politico is now on Twitter – @dnmppolitico Top Five The Waves Minority Judges Always Make Please share this with anyone who is leaning towards the Sotomayor is a racist for her comments about women and minority judges. Iran Election Is Obama’s First Foreign Policy Test–And He’s Failing Palin vs Biden 2016 … Continue reading

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Links of the Week 20 February 2009

Top Five (In Order) Facebook: All your contents belong to us. FOREVER! I have a Facebook account but after this I may have to get serious about leaving the site. I’ve said this a lot in the last two years with all of the changes they are making but this may be the straw that … Continue reading