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Religious Liberty Laws: Personal Freedom or LGBT Discrimination?
Proclaiming "no hate in our state," thousands rally against Indiana's new anti-gay law. (from Raw Story) From Apple to the NCAA, here are 10 entities protesting Indiana's LGBT discrimination law. (from Think Progress) Here's what Georgia businesses think ab...
Proclaiming "no hate in our state," thousands rally against Indiana's new anti-gay law. (from Raw Story) From Apple to the NCAA, here are 10 entities protesting Indiana's LGBT discrimination law. (from Think Progress) Here's ...
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On Hip Hop, Politics, and Education
The political theory of Kendrick Lamar. (from The Washington Post ) The education of hip-hop. (from The Atlantic) Is hip-hop still "the CNN for black people". (from The Daily Beast )
The political theory of Kendrick Lamar. (from The Washington Post) The education of hip-hop. (from The Atlantic) Is hip-hop still "the CNN for black people". (from The Daily Beast)
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Do School Reformers Need to Be Reformed and Test Advocates Tested?
What if education got it all wrong in the first place. (from Pacific Standard ) Let's follow the money on education reform. (from Riverhead News Review) Arrogant columnists who love high-stakes testing. (from Nancy Bailey ) Student privacy debate dominates ...
What if education got it all wrong in the first place. (from Pacific Standard) Let's follow the money on education reform. (from Riverhead News Review) Arrogant columnists who love high-stakes testing. (from Nancy Bailey) Stu...
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A recreation of President Andrew Jackson's wild White House inaugural party Corby Kummer is a food writer and senior editor at The Atlantic. Libby O'Connel is chief historian and a senior vice president for the History Channe...
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Seeking Sanity in All the March Madness
How to repair college basketball. (from The Washington Pos t) Behind the fun of the NCAA tournament are coaches who couldn't care less. (from The Washington Post) Bog-time college basketball coaches salaries could cover tuition costs for a whole lot of stud...
How to repair college basketball. (from The Washington Post) Behind the fun of the NCAA tournament are coaches who couldn't care less. (from The Washington Post) Bog-time college basketball coaches salaries could cover tuitio...
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I Don't Know Why You Say Goodbye, I Say Hello
Just like music and bands, the blogs that cover them go through changes. And today marks one of those changes. I will no longer be publishing Rock of Agers. But I can still provide you with a daily music fix. I am now curating and publishing a new music blo...
Just like music and bands, the blogs that cover them go through changes. And today marks one of those changes. I will no longer be publishing Rock of Agers. But I can still provide you with a daily music fix. I am now curatin...
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Do School Reformers Need to Be Reformed and Test Advocates Tested?
What if education got it all wrong in the first place. (from Pacific Standard ) Let's follow the money on education reform. (from Riverhead News Review) Arrogant columnists who love high-stakes testing. (from Nancy Bailey ) Student privacy debate dominates ...
What if education got it all wrong in the first place. (from Pacific Standard) Let's follow the money on education reform. (from Riverhead News Review) Arrogant columnists who love high-stakes testing. (from Nancy Bailey) Stu...
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Memories of My Lai Still Haunt
Seymour Hersch, the great investigator reporter, returns to the scene of 1 of the his greatest stories - the My Lai Massacre during the Vietnam War. ( The New Yorker ) Memories of My Lai: A slideshow. (from The New Yorker ) My My Lai massacre. (from History...
Seymour Hersch, the great investigator reporter, returns to the scene of 1 of the his greatest stories - the My Lai Massacre during the Vietnam War. (The New Yorker) Memories of My Lai: A slideshow. (from The New Yorker) My M...
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The Truth Is Out There: And the Truth Is the X-Files Is Returning
X-Files to return as 6-episode series (from Rolling Stone) X-Files return: 7 things we need to see. (from Entertainment Weekly) Creator Chris Carter on Muldar and Scully's return. (from The Daily Beast ) Tweeters take to the Twitterverse about long-awaited ...
X-Files to return as 6-episode series (from Rolling Stone) X-Files return: 7 things we need to see. (from Entertainment Weekly) Creator Chris Carter on Muldar and Scully's return. (from The Daily Beast) Tweeters take to the T...
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Obama is the Antichrist? A Lizard? Pick Your Obama Conspiracy Here
The batshit crazy theory that Obama tried to nuke Charleston. (from The Daily Beast) A brief look at almost every Obama conspiracy ever. (from Mother Jones ) The Debunker's Guide to Obama conspiracy theories. (from Obama Conspiracy Theories ) And now even c...
The batshit crazy theory that Obama tried to nuke Charleston. (from The Daily Beast) A brief look at almost every Obama conspiracy ever. (from Mother Jones) The Debunker's Guide to Obama conspiracy theories. (from Obama Consp...
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Boys Gone Wild: What's Up with Frats and Bad Behavior?
American fraternities appear broken. Is there any way to fix them? (from The Daily Dot ) Now it's North Carolina State. Another fraternity placed on interim suspension. (from WRAL.Com ) 5 horrific things fraternities have done in just the last week. (from A...
American fraternities appear broken. Is there any way to fix them? (from The Daily Dot) Now it's North Carolina State. Another fraternity placed on interim suspension. (from WRAL.Com) 5 horrific things fraternities have done ...
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Head Games: Does Football Have a Future?
Retiring pro linebacker says health comes first. (from Think Progress) NFL's retirement of young player prompts new debate about concussions. (from The Washington Post) Does football have a future? (from The New Yorker ) The lawsuit that jeopardizes kids' f...
Retiring pro linebacker says health comes first. (from Think Progress) NFL's retirement of young player prompts new debate about concussions. (from The Washington Post) Does football have a future? (from The New Yorker) The l...
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I am a retired educator and journalist who is enjoying his new life in DC. So much to do here and so much for free.
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A grandfather of 2 (Audrey, 5, and Owen, 4) who has been attempting to master rock keyboard since 1966.
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  • Villanova University
    1973
  • Bridgeton High School
    1966 - 1969
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