Monthly Archives: January 2013

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By David Castillo III, New Media Manager In 2012, Latinos voted in record numbers and provided decisive victories all over the country. It’s safe to say that we have arrived, politically speaking. In recognition of…

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Living History

Much has been said about President Obama’s second inaugural. The weather was beautiful. Logistics were far superior to four years ago. Beyonce lip-synched the national anthem. Or did she? There was the protester in a tree. What was truly history … Continue reading

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An Affair of State

Presidential inaugurations are not political events. Instead, they are affairs of state. Mandated by the Constitution, every American President has taken the oath of office as part of an inaugural ceremony. Sometimes circumstances throughout history have caused unique inaugural ceremonies. … Continue reading

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Remembering Alan Turing

Today’s guest blogger is our good friend and colleague Patrick Sammon. One of the creators and Executive Producers of the Alan Turing documentary CODEBREAKER, Patrick is a passionate expert on the life of the a genius war hero who was … Continue reading

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