Monthly Archives: November 2012

on Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is a tradition deeply rooted in our nation’s history. It began with the Pilgrims, who celebrated their first harvest with the Indians in 1621, after a long and difficult winter. And in 1777, while still in the midst of … Continue reading

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on Lukewarm

Well, the election is over and Barak Obama will remain our President, winning with 50.6% of the total votes cast. While disappointed, I am not disheartened, as far fewer people voted for him this time- in fact, 49.4% of the … Continue reading

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on Rest

By the time you are reading this, the election will be over. Hopefully by now, we will also know who our President will be for the next four years. At the very least, we will finally be enjoying blissful relief … Continue reading

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on Apathy

“The price of apathy towards public affairs is to be ruled by evil men.” Plato (427 BC-347 BC) Greek philosopher It will be over soon. The election is coming up. Some of you may have already voted. Some are waiting … Continue reading

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