Posts Tagged ‘politics.’

November 14, 2012 2

When your husband is “the other team”

By in another witty life lesson., life.

Is it necessary for married couples to always be on the same team? Nope. Not in my opinion. When Colin and I are going to enjoy a family-friendly game of Settlers or Bluff (which is the rated-G equivalent to the card game BS… as in “I think you’re bluffing”) I much prefer us to be […]

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August 8, 2012 19

My big fat politically-polar marriage

By in another witty life lesson., life.

Political conversations don’t take well in every house. A recap of my night… Democrat of the household: I saw your tweet today. So are you giving up your Republican dream to own a gun shop? https://twitter.com/ColinHedren/status/232239274299383810 I was kind of proud of you. But tweeting that I was proud of you seemed a little demeaning […]

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October 22, 2009 2

This Land Is Your Land: Citizenship- a Political Strategy

By in community., economy., something new.

Author’s Note: I wrote this paper just yesterday for a Cities and Citizenship class at the University of Washington. Through Anna Secor’s readings and teachings in this class, it is interesting to know that the concept of “citizenship” within the “city” is much more complex (and complicated) than I really prefer to think about it. […]

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June 11, 2009 2

what have i learned this quarter?

By in another witty life lesson., community., culture., economy., life., love., school., something new.

Today is the last day of Spring quarter (and hopefully my last day EVER in a spring quarter) of school. While the day isn’t quite over (1 more final to go) I am ecstatic to publicly post the things that I have learned this last quarter. Like the old saying goes “success is not measured […]

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May 28, 2009 3

The Fading Future of the ILO: A Look at the Child Labor Issue in India

By in another witty life lesson., community., culture., economy., philosophy and theology., school., social justice.

The Fading Future of the ILO: A look at the Child Labor Issue in India  Note: I spent all day today writing this paper for my Labor and Human Rights class at the University of Washington. Once again, I am humbled by the information I have learned and the stories that I have read. I hope that […]

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April 28, 2009 1

The Beauty and the Blogger- new spokespersons for marriage rights?

By in community., culture., philosophy and theology.

Im not really into the beauty pageant thing. I laugh at the “toddlers in tiaras” shows on tv and the mothers who spend thousands of dollars on their 2 year old beauty queens. “Miss Congeniality” was cute and funny, but not so worth watching over and over. I tend to think beauty pageant girls look […]

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April 2, 2009 3

The Faces of the Enemy

By in another witty life lesson., culture., life., philosophy and theology., school.

This week was the first week of a new quarter and new classes. This quarter I am focusing on classes to fulfill my minor requirements for non-profit management and human rights as a nice break from urban studies before summer quarter begins. In a last minute addition to my spring schedule, I decided after much […]

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