Another book I chose to read during my break was Tina Fey's newly released Bossypants. And I loved it. I think Tina Fey is amazing. She's a smart, funny, feminist and her writing style does not disappoint. She talks about 30 Rock (which I will definitely actually start watching now), her experiences impersonating Sarah Palin on … Continue reading Book Review: Bossypants
On Saturday I went to The Rally to Restore Sanity. Which may seem less than sane, considering I'm a Canadian citizen living on the west coast of British Columbia - but it was one of the best decisions I've made recently. Aside from the Rally itself, I absolutely loved DC as a city. I acted … Continue reading Canadians For A Saner America
I'm re-watching Inauguration footage right now - And I'm getting as many shivers as I did as my coworkers and i gathered around the only computer that would stream the CNN coverage this morning. I was worried that I wouldn't be able to watch any of the ceremony as I was starting work at 9am, … Continue reading A Brand New Bright Obama Day!
Almost seven years after that early Tuesday morning tragedy we truly do live in a Post 9/11 world. That day the analysts and the pundits declared that the world would never be the same. That politics and history had reached another marker - like the way we talk about before WW2 or the Depression Now, … Continue reading A Post 9/11 World
Recently I would have pegged myself as a disenchanted Political Science Major. Unsure of what I really want to do in life and unhappy with my current program - just wanting to be out of university and into the world. But now, with all the hype over the American Election, and the possibility that Harper … Continue reading Pippa and (American) Politics