Net Neutrality Explained: The myths and misinformation explained in plain English.
While everyone keeps posting memes that basically point out how the “other side” is wrong , I have yet to see someone ask a genuine question. It’s as if everyone I know suddenly has a triple PHD in politics and life in general.
I decided to write this post because I found so many friends and acquaintances were confused about other people’s opinions on Fidel Castro after his death was reported. Many asked me why some people thought he was a hero or unjustly criticized. Let me give you a brief history of the Cuban Revolution along with […]
I am sipping a nice hot latte while sitting outside listening to the birds sing their evening songs. There is nothing that I love more than to be outdoors enjoying fall weather. My latte is a decaf, since my cutoff for caffeine is about 3PM. It seriously took me decades to figure that nugget of […]
As I grab my second cup of cafecito, I look out on an expansive field of green here is Williamsburg, Virginia and think about the past week. The Presidential Debate As you can imagine, this political junkie is super excited about the debates tomorrow night. Then again, I’m also not expecting the moderators to get […]
Alright, I’ll say it. I love politics. I know that it’s more politically correct to say that one hates politics, but I seriously like it. I like learning the process, the candidates’ positions, and just everything about it. That’s not to say that I love our current system and the way it has evolved into […]
I am a consumer of information like you wouldn’t believe. I devour news and learning at the same frantic pace that I like to be outdoors and enjoy nature. Apparently, it’s all or nothing with me and the way I like to experience things. That’s why I am starting my Week in Review with Cafecito […]
Well who knew that elementary schools were so burdened with politics? I almost miss the ignorance I was experiencing pre PTA. Now that I’m involved with the org, I’m learning about the red tape first hand. I also attended title 1 parent meeting, which was enlightening to say the least. The title 1 thing had […]
So I’m reading up on the comments to the cnn story on Obama’s jobs speech, and, as usual, the sheeple come out to play. http://www.cnn.com/2011/POLITICS/09/08/obama.jobs.plan/index.html?hpt=hp_c1 Some of my favorites are: instantkrma The only way we are getting out of this mess permanently is if we permanently reform the tax system in this country but […]
NEW YORK, Aug. 6 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — Was it nostalgia or was it spite? Was it relief? Or was it simple courtesy? Or perhaps the novelty of the service. No one knows for sure what led four Latin American presidents to serenade the outgoing Alvaro Uribe of Colombia. Four traditional Mexican mariachi were sent […]