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Political Pins Are So Vogue

Voting is a lot of things. It’s vital to our society. It’s empowering. It’s sometimes frustrating. It’s your civic duty! It’s extremely important. But one thing I didn’t consider voting: sexy. At least until today. Because when Kendall Jenner, Michael … Continue reading

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These Lapel Pins Could Land You In Jail!

Don’t get me wrong, I know the power of lapel pins. I know that they can inspire, incite action, comfort, or amuse. But in North Korea, lapel pins are more than a way to personalize an outfit or reflect a … Continue reading

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Political Pins, Policy, and Protesters, Oh My!

No pressure or anything, but the 2016 US Presidential election is possibly one of the most important elections in our country’s history. I say this because we are a world-policy-driving country in the midst of a world that is dealing … Continue reading

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Votes For Women!

I’ve been thinking a lot about politics recently, for obvious reasons. You can’t turn on the TV or open a news website without being inundated with coverage of the primaries and the candidates running for president. So as I’ve always … Continue reading

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The Discourse of Democracy

We live in a very “do it yourself” society. Gas stations are all self-serve, there are restaurants where you can grill your own steak, and car washes all offer the option of just scrubbing your wheels yourself. So it’s no … Continue reading

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30,000 and Counting

Just recently I read an article about the man who holds the Guinness Book of World Records title for largest collection of lapel pins. As of printing, he was 30,000 pins strong, and growing! Who knows, he could be well … Continue reading

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