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Michael Gryboski

Michael Gryboski

Michael Gryboski was born, raised, and currently resides in Alexandria, making him one of the few people living in Northern Virginia who's actually from Northern Virginia. He recently graduated from George Mason University with a bachelor of arts in history and a minor in psychology. An aspiring writer, Michael wrote for GMU's student newspaper the Broadside , including his own website, www.cross-nation.com.

Articles By Michael Gryboski

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A Matter of Honor?
Nov 28,2009

Within the hallowed halls of government, the impressive edifices that dominate the topography of our nation’s capital, President Barack Obama gave an address before both houses of Congress. He spoke about the pathos laden debate over health care.

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The Redskins'Uncle Ben and Aunt Jemima Problem
Nov 25,2009

For years now our beloved professional football home team has had a bad reputation. Lately its owner Dan Snyder has been a frequent target, with fans calling him arrogant and out of touch, and calling for his ouster. No, it has nothing to do with their won-loss record or game-by-game performance,

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What Will be Their Excuse?
Nov 09,2009

Three years ago this month Virginians approved an amendment to the State Constitution defining marriage as being between one man and one woman. Voters braved threats from the anti-amendment crowd, which included claims that should the amendment pass domestic violence laws would be nullified, hospital visitation rights would be removed


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A Strategy Fails Again
Nov 03,2009

Recently the Washington Post performed a poll in collaboration with ABC News. The main question was if a person supports a government-run health care insurance plan, commonly known as a public option. According to the poll, 57% of Americans supports some type of public option.

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Why Creigh Deeds Lost My Support
Nov 02,2009

As the primary season began in Virginia this year, I geared up. Ever since I turned 18, a little under two months before the 2004 Presidential Election, I have made it my civic duty to vote every election I could. It is the best way to offer input into government policy and those who talk

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Doubting Equality
Oct 19,2009

Last week DC experienced a large-scale march. A mostly young mass of people gathered, numerous signs and the rainbow abounded. It was the National Equality March. It’s estimated that tens of thousands walked for the occasion, gathering before the Capitol and listening to speakers.


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Despicable Yet Unsurprising
Oct 13,2009

Three decades after receiving a warrant for his arrest, famous director Roman Polanski was finally taken into custody near the end of September. While attending an award ceremony in Switzerland, Zurich officials seized him at the request of US authorities. Back in the 1970s



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