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Amidst the chaos, how we can keep our heads

First published Saturday Standard, November 17, 2018. Kindly reproduced here with permission from the Standard Group

Several experiences ran through my head this week. A depressed Police Officer who… 732 more words

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Neither civilians and police officers are safe from unlawful police killings

First published Saturday Standard, November 10, 2018. Kindly reproduced here with permission from the Standard Group

Barely sixty days after the President announced sweeping police reforms, a sharp spike in police killings gives the Government and National Police Service its biggest test. 725 more words

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A Rumble in the House—What Are the Odds of Republicans Maintaining the Majority?

What’s Up?

  • The members of the House of Representatives represent citizens on the basis of population. Representatives (who are elected to two-year terms) have many duties, but their most important ones are to make and pass federal laws by introducing bills and resolutions, offering amendments, serving on committees, and voting to represent their constituents.
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What is the Future of Civic Education in America

We live in interesting times, during a period of change in many of the patterns of daily life. There are many engines driving that change; technology, social media, globalization just to name a few. 576 more words

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Do not awaken the demons of our past

First published Saturday Standard, October 27, 2018. Kindly reproduced here with permission from the Standard Group

The disruption of the referendum debate by the African Union Commission… 711 more words

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Impunity and indebtedness fuels our fiscal crisis

First published Sunday Standard, October 20, 2018. Kindly reproduced here with permission from the Standard Group

Safaricom’s data and call price hikes announcement this week… 718 more words

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Moi Day left us conflicted. Our national holidays need rethinking

A redacted version of this piece was published in Saturday Standard, October 13, 2018.

The abrupt announcement of Moi Day as a public holiday this year left the nation deeply conflicted. 695 more words

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