Tag Archives: Human Rights

Filming an Officer? That’s an arrest.

Today’s story is on this article from the Washington Post , published on June 16th. The basic premise of the article is that in certain states filming Police Officers while they are on duty is illegal. And in one state, … Continue reading

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Well Now, That Was A Busy Weekend.

I’m not sure where to even begin. Memorial Day Weekend often means taking it slow, throwing something on the bar-be-que, and generally halting work (for the government) for three days instead of two while remembering those in uniform around the … Continue reading

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The Government Employment Process. Or: Frustration in a Can.

Do you ever get the urge to rip the head of the next fuzzy and cute thing that wanders your way.? In the spirit of list-based comedy, I’m going to explain why trying to find your first federal job equates … Continue reading

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What I’ve been working on (on the side)

The Atlantic Gulf: The U.S. and E.U. Policy Differences As China Rises By Alex Fogleman China‚Äôs dramatic rise over the past decade has highlighted the importance of the nature of relations between developed world powers and the industrializing China. The … Continue reading

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