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In defense of governing

Published Jan. 10, 2017

There's an old political cliché: Republicans campaign claiming government doesn't work and then prove it once elected. I'm pretty sure 2017 will see that cliché proven true over and over again, to the detriment of everyone.


Editing Omar Mateen's 911 calls is harmfully editing history

Published June 24, 2016

It's true that Omar Mateen's motives in Orlando may have been complicated, but here's why understanding the shooter's motives, and not editing his 911 calls, matters: Knowing the cause helps us craft solutions that are directly related to it.


There's nothing controversial about code-switching

Published May 4, 2016

Code-switching become a topic of conversation and a bit of controversy after Larry Wilmore's talk at the Correspondents' Dinner, but for most people, code-switching is a normal - and human - part of life.


A show of solidarity at the State of the Union address

Published Jan. 17, 2016

To counter the growing negativity toward Muslims, Madison365 reports, nearly 20 congressional Democrats invited Muslim guests to Obama's final State of the Union - including U.S. Congressperson Mark Pocan who hosted Madison Ald. Samba Baldeh.

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