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We Came, We Saw, We Conquered

We Came, We Saw, We Conquered

By Josh Schoenblatt Roughly 15 days ago, a group of 25 students and two professors started what would become a life changing and community building class that opened our eyes in ways we never expected. As I write this blog while watching the sun rise from the East, I realized there is not one moment … Continue reading

Crowd Navigation 101

By Josh Schoenblatt Natures calling is ringing its bell. Leg crossing is not working. Thinking about anything but the restrooms is quickly failing. What do you do? Head to the bathroom, of course. Yet what do you do when you are surrounded by hundreds of people between you and the beautiful port-o-potty’s that will allow … Continue reading

2016 Prep On Day 1

2016 Prep On Day 1

By Josh Schoenblatt The 2012 election was a difficult race. Attack adds filled our commercials and name calling was a daily event. It felt like we knew more negative facts about the two candidates at the end of the day than we knew of positive facts. Then election day came and we thought it was … Continue reading

Starstruck in D.C.

By Josh Schoenblatt Writing blogs can be a blessing and a curse. They are the a perfect way to embrace your First Amendment right and tell the world your thoughts. It truly is a great way to feel free, and voice your opinions. However, there is one fundamental problem that all bloggers face…Building an audience.

Where’s The Money?

Where’s The Money?

By Josh Schoenblatt Elections are a stressful time where everyone focuses on the smallest details. One of those details is money. During an election season, we the people created the Federal Election Commission (FEC) to monitor and enforce fundraising rules so that a politician is not bought by a large corporation with plenty of disposable … Continue reading

Three Roses

Three Roses

By Josh Schoenblatt What seem like a simple gesture of respect can be so much more than that. These three roses were left above the “FREEDOM IS NOT FREE” sign at the Korean War Memorial. While their story is unknown the symbolism and meaning their provider meant is heard loud and clear. White symbolizing purity … Continue reading