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Sara Haile-MariamWhy Max Skolnik Should Be Elected To D.C. Council
Before proceeding – I asked my new friend Alston, 16, to read this post before publishing it. He told me the piece wasn’t too long – a concern of mine – and asked me to explain what politics was both in person and upfront in this post. EXCLUSIVE: Why The 2012 Election Cycle Sucks! […]Why The 2012 Election Cycle Sucks!
The truth is a powerful thing. But in our politics, it’s also a pretty scarce thing… The truth? The 2012 Election Cycle is little more than a depressing exercise in what happens when all bets are off– when things like human decency and complexity take a back seat to pontification and electoral strategies, identity politics […]ILLER: Obama Zombies Strike Back
Campus Progress embarked on Mission Iller with one, and only one, objective: to inject young people into the conversation around the midterm elections. The video doesn’t promote any particular candidate or party. The video isn’t even trying to convince young people to vote (that part comes later). The video is a sarcastic response to the […]Iller: Obama Zombies Strike Back!
Young people are not going to vote in the midterm elections…or so we’ve been told. The narrative is set in stone and contemplating the alternative is little more than a futile exercise. I’d say it’s just about as futile as imagining in 2007 that Barack Obama could ever be Vice President, let alone President… You’ll […]Barack Obama Took This Stage, You Can Too
Unexcited, disillusioned, frustrated, irritated, hopeless, crushed, cautiously optimistic, demoralized, confused…. The list of terms used to describe the political state of young America goes on, and on, and on. Yet despite the widespread assumption that we’ve collectively retreated, not a day goes by where a young person doesn’t do something on their campus, or in […]CloseSign up for our newsletter and never miss the hot storiesThank you for subscribing to Global Grind! Please be sure to open your today's newsletter so we're added to your Safe Senders list.