Tag: politics

  • Teenager Nation

    Teenager Nation

    I started writing a post about accountability this morning and completely lost steam after my initial zeal and cup of coffee ran out. Although there seemed to be a decently strong thread running through it, I deleted it and decided to start over again. In spite of my optimism amidst the chaos of the last…

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  • The Active Voice

    The Active Voice

    I didn’t post anything on Monday, and I’m kind of glad that I didn’t. Because it more than likely would’ve been a video of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s famous “I Have A Dream” speech or perhaps one of a hundred quotations that the man left behind. I’m glad because I feel like it would’ve been…

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  • It’s A New Dawn… It’s A New Day

    It’s A New Dawn… It’s A New Day

    I’ve never paid that much attention to Inauguration Day before. Usually, there’s work to be done, deadlines to be met, and various responsibilities that keep me from spending much time thinking about it. In the past, I spend the day on my tasks while the machinery moves in the background. Not so much today. Today,…

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  • The Sound Of Silence

    The Sound Of Silence

    I hadn’t planned to take a two week break from blogging to start 2021, but here we are. It’d be nice to say it was some sort of social media cleanse – because that sounds like a rather trendy, yet smart, thing to do – but it wasn’t. Truth is, I’ve been tired. Getting through…

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