a word on the virus

A Word on the Virus

It could have been just another kind of flu, virulent and deadly, then gone. But in this world, at this time, the virus revealed our weaknesses.

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energy innovation options

Energy Innovation Options

Without a habitable home we are collectively done for, regardless of our political beliefs; working together is the only smart way forward.

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electoral college

The Electoral College’s Role in US Elections

The Electoral College has been much talked about in both the 2016 and 2020 election cycles and probably now more than ever, as the results of the recent political climate has been two presidents elected without popular vote plurality.

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the airs way of being

The Air’s Way of Being

Excerpted from the book “What we think about when we try not to think about global warming” by Per Espen Stoknes, Norwegian psychologist/economist.  Note: The

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ranked choice voting

Why Ranked Choice Voting Makes Sense

Ranked choice voting or ‘ranked voting’ are terms used to describe any voting systems which include the option to preferentially rank candidates. Ranked voting schemes go by many names, including “preferential voting”.

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what is a lobbyist

What is a Lobbyist?

We’ve all probably heard the word ‘lobbyist’ thrown around the news, but exactly what is a lobbyist? And why is it important to know?

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What is Justice?

“Just behavior or treatment.” That is the definition Google offered me. But this definition falls far short of describing the backbone of the very society we should all seek to realize.

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In This Together United States Congress Senate What Are Earmarks

What Are Earmarks?

Earmarks are provisions inserted into a discretionary spending or appropriations bill that directs funds in a very specific way, circumventing the typical allocation and process.

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a word on the virus

A Word on the Virus

It could have been just another kind of flu, virulent and deadly, then gone. But in this world, at this time, the virus revealed our weaknesses.

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energy innovation options

Energy Innovation Options

Without a habitable home we are collectively done for, regardless of our political beliefs; working together is the only smart way forward.

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electoral college

The Electoral College’s Role in US Elections

The Electoral College has been much talked about in both the 2016 and 2020 election cycles and probably now more than ever, as the results of the recent political climate has been two presidents elected without popular vote plurality.

Read More »
the airs way of being

The Air’s Way of Being

Excerpted from the book “What we think about when we try not to think about global warming” by Per Espen Stoknes, Norwegian psychologist/economist.  Note: The

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ranked choice voting

Why Ranked Choice Voting Makes Sense

Ranked choice voting or ‘ranked voting’ are terms used to describe any voting systems which include the option to preferentially rank candidates. Ranked voting schemes go by many names, including “preferential voting”.

Read More »
what is a lobbyist

What is a Lobbyist?

We’ve all probably heard the word ‘lobbyist’ thrown around the news, but exactly what is a lobbyist? And why is it important to know?

Read More »

What is Justice?

“Just behavior or treatment.” That is the definition Google offered me. But this definition falls far short of describing the backbone of the very society we should all seek to realize.

Read More »
In This Together United States Congress Senate What Are Earmarks

What Are Earmarks?

Earmarks are provisions inserted into a discretionary spending or appropriations bill that directs funds in a very specific way, circumventing the typical allocation and process.

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