Posted: May 2, 2009 Filed under: Local Stuff, Photography, Politics | Tags: 2009, america, barack, blog, blogging, dc, dcblogs, dcist, downtown, hispanics, Immigrant rights, immigration, International Workers' Day, Lafayette Park, latinos, May Day, obama, Photography, photos, Politics, post, rally, Washington, white house
More photos after the break. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted: February 9, 2009 Filed under: Local Stuff, Politics | Tags: 2009, barack, blog, canon, dc, deconstruction, downtown, fences, joel, labor, obama, Photography, photos, Politics, post, sign, Washington, white house, workers
The deconstruction of the inauguration stands.
I don’t understand why it’s taking so long. I mean I don’t really care but seriously? If it’s taking forever to bring this down because it was complex to put together, than don’t build something so hard again!
Has anyone been down by the White House lately? Is this an eye sore or are you like “whatever!”?
Posted: February 8, 2009 Filed under: Photography, Politics | Tags: blogging, cardboard, dc, flickr, government, joel, man, peace, Photography, photojournalism, photos, Politics, sign, Washington
Outside of the White House
Everything here is poltical. EVERYTHING!
Posted: September 8, 2008 Filed under: Politics | Tags: caucus, congressional, dc, economy, Hispanic, immigration, institute, Politics, reform, Washington
Today I attended the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institutes Public Policy Conference. It was held at the convention center here in Washington DC. I was lucky enough to be picked (and a few others) from my school to attend this conference. My school was interestingly enough the only school from DC, but a host of kids came from neighboring Montgomery County of Maryland.
I was really happy to see other youth attending such an event, seeing how everyone else there were adults. But the adults that were there were truly inspiring! Read the rest of this entry »
Posted: July 24, 2008 Filed under: Politics | Tags: barack, couric, iraq, katie, latimes, obama, Politics, surge
Oh Obama, I hope you answering questions like this doesn’t become a habit. Read the rest of this entry »