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Accessibility Shouldn't Stop at the Door

By Lindsay Lee

Lindsay Lee is one of eight participants in the 2014 Youth in International Development and Affairs (YIDA) internship program.  She  507 more words

People With Disabilities

Christianity's Las Vegas

I want to wrap up the week with an idea I read in Relevant Magazine. In an article called “7 Things Christians Need to Remember About Politics,” a very true statement was made. 859 more words

Reflections

Independent Voters Outnumber GOP, Democrats in Arizona

 Independents now outnumber both Republicans and Democrats in Arizona as voters continue to abandon the two major parties.

But that actually could lead to further political polarization on both ends of the political spectrum, at least in the short term. 626 more words

Politics

Lou Reed – There Is No Time

Lou Reed doesn’t want you to rest on your laurels. The lyrics from this 1989 song are like a bullet list, rah-rah speech to get off your duff and do something. 112 more words

1980s

Tea Party Lost in the Primaries But Keeps Fighting

The big story of this year’s primaries is that the Tea Party is being creamed.

Meanwhile, the GOP’s mainstream and Tea Party candidates are trying to paper over their differences, all the while keeping up what Democrats must find an entertaining brawl. 1,051 more words

Politics

Voto Latino Co-Founder Says Latino Presidential Candidate ‘Is Still In The Making'

While many speculate about who will make it on the 2016 presidential ticket, Voto Latino co-Founder Maria Teresa Kumar isn’t so sure there’s a Latino candidate ready for the task. 406 more words

Hispanics

Flexing Our Political and Financial Muscle

On May 5, a standing room-only crowd gathered at the National Press Club for the launch of the Latino Victory Project. Its founders, Henry Muñoz III and Eva Longoria, as well as Congressman Joaquin Castro, described the… 522 more words

Political Participation