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Avocado, egg and bacon

Mornings are the worst for me. I always get up late or I’m still tired because I usually don’t eat till I get to work. Today I thought I would have a cheat breakfast. 79 more words


CBO: Federal Debt on Track to Reach Unsustainable Level Within 30 Years

The nation’s federal debt by the end of the year will reach the highest level since shortly after World War II and is on pace to reach historic and unsustainable levels within 30 years, according to a government report released Tuesday. 120 more words


How the Media Will Pick the Next Democratic Presidential Candidate

Democratic primary voters and caucus-attendees are of two minds about the 2020 presidential general election campaign.

A majority of them want it to be like one of those hockey games where the players drop their gloves and start fighting the moment the puck is dropped. 258 more words


This is America

First off: most pics are either from Michelle or Joe since this dumb bunny accidentally disabled her iPhone. Long story short I forgot my passcode and freaked out to where I completely blocked up the phone. 658 more words

Belgium Year Two

Minimoon in Georgetown

I feel like this area of D.C. does not get talked about enough. I told Ian it reminded me of a tiny, northern Charleston, S.C. There were tons of unique and popular restaurants and plenty of boutique shopping including brick and mortar stores normally only found online. 336 more words


American Art Museum & the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C.

One of two posts on the American Art Museum & the National Portrait Gallery.

Situated in the Penn Quarter, the museum is placed in the former Patent Office Building in the Greek style. 624 more words


Foundation seeks to build memorial for journalists who died doing their jobs

A new coalition is seeking public support and donations for a Fallen Journalists Memorial in Washington, D.C.

The initiative is being announced ahead of the one-year anniversary of the Capital Gazette attack, which left five newspaper employees dead in Annapolis, Maryland last June. 350 more words