Monthly Archives: December 2014

Elected yet Unelectable – Michael Grimm

Michael Grimm Currently starting his 3rd┬áterm in the 11th New York Congressional District Michael Grimm is a relative newcomer to the national political scene, having been elected to public office for the first time in 2010. As of this writing … Continue reading

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Fun with fake news!

Misinformation and social media For more than a decade now, the internet has been the fastest and most efficient way to acquire news and information. And within the internet, social media is often the fastest way to disseminate this information. … Continue reading

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Who is killing the Postal Service?

It’s no secret the modern Republican Party’s first overriding principle is that government is the largest problem facing America today. Pretty much all their current philosophy stems from this central tenant. Less government is better. Now this of course, like … Continue reading

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