Entries Tagged as 'Politics'

Tuesday, April 28th, 2009

One Interesting View on America’s Economic Future

I found this note in my inbox the other day from a colleague in my office. We often chat about current events, politics and sports so I have a pretty good idea of his views. As I’ve grown to distrust the media more, I’ve been consuming much more of my news and politics through colleagues, [...]

Tuesday, December 16th, 2008

Exploring India

Next week I’m off to India for a few weeks. The primary reason for the trip is to attend the wedding of my colleague and friend Param and his soon to be wife Rohini in New Delhi. From what I have been told, and what the invitation/booklet informs me, a traditional sikh wedding is quite [...]

Monday, November 3rd, 2008


Eight years ago, I remember staying up late into the night watching Election Day coverage plunge into sheer chaos as the closest presidential election in American history unfolded in real time. I was in college, and watching a historical moment in the making seemed like a great way to kill a night hanging with my [...]

Tuesday, May 13th, 2008

Tibet Refugee (Friend Post)

My good buddy works at one of the prominent law firms in New York. He’s been working on an interesting asylum case as part of his pro bono work. I’ve been bugging him for awhile to write about it because it’s so interesting. The case was finally resolved yesterday and he sent out this note [...]

Wednesday, April 2nd, 2008

36 Hours In Dubai (Friend Post)

A buddy of mine wrote this very interesting and insightful email to a group of friends on his business trip to Dubai. Dubai often catches my interest in the News but until reading this I didn’t really understand what’s happening over there. The extreme wealth seems almost comical and US news reporting on anything Arab [...]

Friday, January 11th, 2008

Politics 101

In one of my first posts on this blog I wrote about how I was looking forward to following the 2008 Presidential race and exercising my right to vote. I have indeed been keeping a close eye on many of the developments, and find myself watching many of the presidential debates and following the news [...]