Month: April 30, 2013

Apr 30,2013

Networking for the Hill

Capitol Hill is an interesting beast. It is fast paced, with long hours, and run by recent college grads in their 20s.  Over 90 percent of staff assistants and legislative...

Apr 30,2013

AFF – Pittsburgh Hosted Career Networking Event

AFF Pittsburgh welcomed seasoned local business man Tim Rowlands and HR professional John Oliverio for a discussion on navigating the job market in Pittsburgh. Fifteen young professionals came out to...

Apr 29,2013

Che Guevara’s Racism

When Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., chastised Jay-Z and Beyonce in a TV interview for their recent trip to Cuba, he especially criticized Jay-Z for his adoration of Che Guevara. “I...

Apr 26,2013

A Government Of The Average People

Mainstream theories of governance rely on a few basic assumptions. Among them is a special trust that political leaders transcend human foibles, confronting complex judgments and problems with cool, clear...

Apr 26,2013

Why The Fuss About Reading Mommy Blogs?

Sara and I were late as we headed to the bar.  “Don’t worry,” laughed Matt, “I already texted the guys that we’re running late because you two were discussing mommy...

Apr 25,2013

Can Big Government Ever Be Stopped?

This is a question that every young person should ask, given the growth of government, debt, and deficits. Jim Antle, editor of the Daily Caller News Foundation, discussed this question...