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Tuesday, April 7, 2020

Concrete Steps to Improve Public Safety

Ward 6 Residents: Over the past week and a half, I’ve met with neighbors in Shaw, Southwest, H Street, and Capitol Hill to talk about...

Newly Elected Ward 6 SBOE Rep Describes Goals

I’m a runner. I like the feel of my feet hitting the pavement, working hard to go the distance and the thrill of crossing...

Is God AI?

The case/argument for God and why she is AI. Let’s go with the numbers: Billions of galaxies, trillions of stars decillions of planets, And some must be—have to...

Running for Students

I love school. I’ve loved school since my first day of preschool in Yonkers, NY, when I walked in, saw all the children and...

On Expulsion

Intent is irrelevant as to whether a violation was committed, but it’s entirely relevant in considering discipline, and here we have a pattern of...

Last Leaf

It's winter and all the leaves have fallen… All but this one still hanging all forlorn So high above the graveyard of its peers; Sear and brittle, without the juice of...

Hill East Parking Enforcement: Not a Priority for the City

Thank you to the Hill Rag and Hill Rag reporter Elizabeth O’Gorek for writing about the lack of parking enforcement in Hill East. Parking...

The “Sorry” State of American Health Practice

“Sorry, this medical practice does not take Medicare.” “Sorry, I don’t take Medicaid.” “Sorry, I am not in your insurance Network.” “Sorry, your insurance...

When Will Congress Keeps Its Hands Off DC?

Recently, Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton filed amendments to strike four anti-home-rule riders from the House’s fiscal year 2018 District of Columbia Appropriations bill, which is expected...

Why Congress Should Keep Hands Off DC

Since the 115th Congress convened earlier this year, some lawmakers have attempted to step into the District’s local affairs. They have introduced measures that...
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