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Where Progress Happens

By Rachel Neuburger

The West Wing sparked my interest in politics. This is unfortunate. According to Mark Leibovich, the West Wing caused a wave of millennials to study Political Science, move to Washington with dreams of affecting Bartlet-scale change, and suddenly realize just how hard it is to make progress on a federal scale. 956 more words

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West Wing Greeting Card

West Wing Greeting Card

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2015

2015

Raging against the machine. And trains. And everything which is not exactly how I feel it should be.

I was looking forward to my Quaker meeting this morning.  I was eagerly anticipating the silence and seeing friends, and had planned to do some useful shopping while I was in Manchester: stabilisers for Small Girl’s new (to her) bike and some running shoes which don’t let water in.  347 more words

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Tony-winning and 'Cheers' actor Roger Rees dies

Roger Rees — a Tony-winning theater star also widely known for his TV roles, including in “The West Wing” and as Robin Colcord on “Cheers” — has died, his representative Rick Miramontez said Saturday. 282 more words

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Tony-winning and 'Cheers' actor Roger Rees dies

Roger Rees — a Tony-winning theater star also widely known for his TV roles, including in “The West Wing” and as Robin Colcord on “Cheers” — has died, his representative Rick Miramontez said Saturday. 282 more words

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Chocolate & Six Million Dollars

I have always promised to be honest in this blog. It has evolved from an international adoption blog to one where I (sporadically) journal about the highs and lows of raising a teenager who crossed our path three years ago this fall. 1,484 more words

Happy Independence Day

I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.   1,015 more words

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