Posts Tagged ‘politics’

Tomorrow is the Michigan Primary, and I don’t care. Yep, the status quo has returned. I’ve got 300 pages of reading for the next week, a class I haven’t even read the syllabus for and the itch to be more creative. And spring break to plan. I was going to visit CA again this year, […]

Michigan decided that instead of holding the presidential primary when they have historically, (which, honestly, I don’t remember when it was) they would move it to earlier in the primary season. I would like to make it very clea: Voters in Michigan were never given the opportunity to voice an opinion about the date of […]

An Open Letter to the DNC Thanks for disenfranchising me. What? I’ve still got the right to vote? Yes. I do. I would like to point out to you, however that there is a difference between a theoretical right and an actual right. If I had no way to get to the poles on Tuesday, […]



I’ve been thinking about media and perception, and the self censorship that’s gone on through a lot of the Bush administration, and I can’t help thinking that censorship in the media is a bad thing. I’m not talking foul language or nipples (though I don’t get the big deal there). I’m talking about censoring the […]

In the description of my blog on the side bar, it says that I blog about religion and politics, in all their not-a-dinner-table-conversation glory (gore?).  And that’s always been what I wanted to blog about, because in the world I find myself in, lacking in knowledge of either realm means you’re pretty much not with […]

-Yitzak Rabin There is no path to peace. The path is peace. I had hoped that by the time I got to blog about the document sent to B16, he would have at least acknowledged receiving it. Personally acknowledged, not through a secretary. I have a profound respect for B16 because he is my pope. […]

Mickey Mouse isn’t’ supposed to be political. Unless you’re Hamas and you run the TV station that airs Tomorrow’s Pioneers, on al-Aqsa. Interesting. The mouse’s name is Farfur, and apparently he bears striking resemblance to Mr. Mouse. (watch out, Disney’s a stickler for copyright infringement) I understand that it could be an issue of freedom […]