- What do 6 individuals: Robert Iger, Jeffrey Immelt, Phillippe Dauman, Jeffrey Bewkes, Les Moonves and Rupert Murdoch have in common besides the fact that they are all white men?
- 6 Ways to Help Patricia Esparza, A Victim Betrayed by the U.S. “Justice” System
- Carrots Are Teachers Too
- Let’s Make Black Friday a Day of Resistance: 3 Big Reasons to Protest
- 5 Reasons to Suspect that the Echo Park Gang Injunction is Merely a Tool for Gentrification
Monthly Archives: September 2012
The Rachel Maddow Show on Voter Suppression Interview with Senator Bernie Sanders (I), Vermont Voter suppression is a disturbing element of the 2012 election. Several states are pushing a photo ID requirement for the November election, with laws backed by … Continue reading
As we get closer to election day, people are getting beginning to make their final decisions on who they are voting for. In some states, people have already started to vote, but is it too early to be sure? This … Continue reading
I’ll be honest: I hate politics. Call me naive, but I never really know who to trust. And I especially hate Presidential Elections because everything just feels so unrealistic. It’s no wonder so many people don’t vote! I, like many … Continue reading
Lady Bird Johnson beautified America’s highways, Barbara and Laura Bush promoted education and literacy, Nancy Reagan encouraged kids to , “Just Say No” to drugs, and Jackie Kennedy refurbished and opened up the White House to all Americans. Since our … Continue reading
We all remember the dazzling young-ish Obama of the 2008 election and the excitement that surrounded him. Shepard Fairey’s “Hope” made his image literally iconic and it was hard not to be anything but ecstatic about this candidate after the … Continue reading
Warning: As with much contemporary music, this song has some strong and offensive lyrics. It is common for young voters to lack interest and “tune out” when it comes to politics. According to Harvard’s IOP Poll, … Continue reading
The electoral college is confusing and weird. In this video I explain it and then talk about why it does and (mostly) doesn’t work. What do you think?
-Allan Van Vliet