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Net Neutrality Explained

I wrote this earlier today to explain to a friend in layman’s terms what net neutrality is and why it’s needed. I started with how the Internet works, described how it might operate without net neutrality and then touched on a few other counterarguments and points. I...
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Arizona Sunset

Arizona Sunset

Arizona Sunset is my first ever attempt at a day/night time-lapse. I was presented with a great opportunity to capture a beautiful sunset and took advantage. The logistics of taking a time-lapse when there is such a wide variation in light proved challenging. In addition to...
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Doug Sutherland for State Representative

My dad is committed to Trumbull

Over the past several months, many Trumbull residents have gotten to know Doug Sutherland for the first time. But I’ve known him my entire life – he’s my dad. Those who have met my dad this year have undoubtedly seen what I have seen: that he is both dedicated to helping others...
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Kim Jong-Un

Not to be outdone by Iran, North Korea unveils “KimCare”

PYONGYANG – Yesterday, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani took to Twitter to announce his universal health care plan, “RouhaniCare.” Not to be outdone by his Axis of Evil partner, North Korean President Kim Jong-Un today unveiled his “KimCare” plan....
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Thoughts on 12/14/13

Today may seem like just another day, but it is one on which we carry heavy hearts. The memories of a year ago are still very fresh and the losses still tragic. The events that occurred in Sandy Hook were even more impactful for me because I grew up in a community not too...
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John F. Kennedy

What we lost with JFK: trust in our government

On this fiftieth anniversary of his assassination, the speculation on John F. Kennedy’s death and its impact on the country have reached a crescendo. Even a half-century later, conspiracy still shrouds the tragedy. For those alive at the time, there is recollection of where...
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DC Through the Lens

DC Through The Lens

Three summers ago, I got my very first digital SLR. It was my first summer in Washington, DC and I wanted to take advantage of the opportunity to develop my photography skills and photograph some of the most beautiful treasures America has. Two years ago, I created a photo and...
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Graduation

Welcome!

This is my new home on the web. It’s an exciting new beginning where I hope to consolidate everything I’m doing. Social media is an exciting new phenomenon, but a personal website is still the best way to build a hub for all the content produced across platforms. So...
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