So, there I was watching CNN, experiencing the news loop that can be mind-numbing, invigorating or depressing — sometimes all three simultaneously. What’s a news junkie to do when the DC Council is on recess? Watching the local government cable channel during these dog days of summer can be profoundly boring, marked by weeks of repeated showings of old public hearings and roundtables.
CNN was supposed to be a balm. Then, Kelly Knight Craft appeared on the screen, igniting rage while reminding me about the injustice the District has endured for decades because of its stateless state. READ MORE
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