Posts Tagged ‘ election ’

What’s Next for the Average American?

November 12, 2016
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I need to make a decision concerning my future as an American. It's exciting, in a way; though I've always had the option of rejecting American citizenship by officially renouncing it or unofficially by staying abroad, never have I seriously considered it until Wednesday morning when we all heard the unthinkable.
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Observing the US Presidential Election from Bali

November 10, 2016
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To those who advocate waking up and seeing the next sunrise, "things won't be that bad," and just tolerating four years of this: No. Trump and his supporters don't deserve your empathy or understanding. Life matters, but there is no value in a life that values evil over good, hate over love, oppression over...
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I’m Coming Out… as a Non-Voter

October 17, 2012
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I’m Coming Out… as a Non-Voter

My relationship with the federal government has evolved over the thirty years of my time on Earth. From the day I was born until I was fifteen, my involvement was limited to hearing choice bits on the news (remember, no Internet yet) and sending letters to soldiers in Desert Storm. During my high school...
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