Hey, it’s so good to see you. I’m so glad that the nine of us could finally get together. We never seem to be able to find the time, but now that we’re here I have no doubt that this will turn into another epic party. But here’s the thing: we’ve really got to figure out what kind of pizza we’re going to order. We know we want to get one of those LargeHugeTM pizzas over at Slorpy’s, which should feed all of us, so we’re only going to order one single pie.
Odd that we’ve found ourselves in such a specific predicament, but there it is. Nothing a little democracy can’t solve. Continue reading “Don’t Let Anyone Tell You How to Vote (for Pizza)”
When Donald Trump won the election, Polish activist Martin Mycielski freaked out a little. Mycielski is a member of the Committee for Defense of Democracy, an organization that’s currently committed to opposing (or at least slowing down) the Neo-Authoritarian Law and Justice Party that has recently taken power in Poland. After the US election Mycielski believed he saw the same situation happening here in the United States. In an effort to save his American counterparts the confusion he and his friends went through as they watched Poland regress, Mycielski wrote a guide called Year 1 Under Authoritarianism, What to Expect? The guide started as a PDF, but eventually grew into the website LearnFromEurope.org.
The entire site is a great read, but what stood out to me was Continue reading “Consider the Flag”