Monthly Archives: May 2019

To Get Progressive Legislation, The Democrats Need to Win Back Both Houses of Congress

Many of today’s Democratic candidates are proposing ambitious progressive ideas that they hope to convince American voters are necessary reforms to fix many of America’s problems. As a liberal, I think these progressive proposals are necessary. But it’s not enough … Continue reading

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A May Day March in Mountain View, California – 2019

On May 1, I attended the May Day March in Mountain View, California. I was hoping to bring my niece, but she had homework that she had to do. So I went alone. It was a fun march. One of … Continue reading

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Me and Theon Greyjoy and Redemption

The two characters in Game of Thrones that I relate to the most are Sam (the bookish character) and Theon. Like Sam, I’m a bookworm who is terrible at physical combat. Like Theon, I’ve struggled to learn how to be … Continue reading

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