We’re the generation of technology. We don’t read newspapers. We get our information from Facebook and Twitter. The Huffington Post has made it easier than ever to get our news without redirecting from our Facebook page. Now, they post videos with text that play as you scroll! Easy. And don’t tell me you didn’t watch… Read More Are We Choosing The Next President Based on Their Jimmy Fallon Skit?
Last week, I hosted a gathering for the Republican Presidential Debate. Sent out a group message—promising politics and beer—had only two attendees, but the party was thrown in true Generation “Y” fashion—with drinking games and Pizza Hut, streaming CNN. “Drink every time they say “Reagan!”” Which was a lot. It was a party comprised of… Read More The Best and Worst Quotes from the Republican Debate
As a proud Generation Y-er, I’m rooted in pop culture. I can name more Kardashians than presidents and everything I know about the White House, I learned from Sam Seaborn on the West Wing. So maybe it’s not a coincidence that I’ve decided to learn more about politics when a pseudo-celebrity threatens to ruin everything.… Read More What’s a ‘Politic’?
I’ve never been very interested in politics. I didn’t Rock the Vote in the 2008 election and I probably won’t vote in the 2012 election. I was sitting in my social work class freshmen year when the professor called on me out of the blue, asking me to name one of John McCain’s beliefs. I… Read More I Had a Dream about the Presidential Election