Eric P. Liu is an American writer and founder of Citizen University. Liu served as Deputy Assistant to President Clinton for Domestic Policy at the White House between 1999 and 2000. He served as Speechwriter and Director of Legislative Affairs for the National Security Council at the White House from 1993
Sixteen awesome indie and punk artists banded together for this charitable covers compilation that includes the songs of Tom Petty, Green Day, Rick Astley, and many more timeless musicians (try listening to Never Gonna Give You Up) and not get it stuck in your head). We all enjoy quality renditions
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The Women’s March in NYC the day after the Inauguration was monumental. By now you’ve heard about the unity, solidarity, and strength felt by many as they participated in the march with hundreds of thousands of other similarly-outraged people–250,000 people, approximately–and millions more in cities across the country and the
Grab one of these Welcome to the Resistance shirts (we have lots of colors) and 1/3 of my profits will be donated to the ACLU. Men’s crew neck here. Women’s v-neck here. Women’s crew neck here. Often times when people are dying from a terminal illness, they get a two or three day
That’s right, nasty women, bad hombres, and all around broke-ass freedom fighters! The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) fundraiser, thrown by our friends at Tattoo Boogaloo (shenanigans, team, and artistic prowess described in detail here) is set up and planned for Saturday, January 21st, from 1pm until “late.” The event will help
On November 8th 2016,Californians had a chance to vote on repealing the Death Penalty in California (Prop 62). Unfortunately the proposition lost. 53% of Californians voted to keep state sponsored executions.
Putting aside moral arguments for the elimination of the DP, the financial cost to the public for long protracted appeals and special housing of those on death row amounts to over $200 million per year.