There were a lot of great things that came out of the Women’s March on Washington. This viral photo of a woman named Angela Peoples holding a sign that said “White Women Voted For Trump” while a group of white women take a selfie in the background is absolutely not one of them. Peoples did an […]Read more "White Women Voted For Trump"
Your favorite intrepid reporter/ photographer was on hand at the Cleveland women’s march on January 21st, 2016. I arrived at around 10:30 (It started at 10 but I needed an egg sandwich and my reporter and partner for the day was feeling a little bit fuzzy), and then spent the next four hours running around […]Read more "Photos From Public Square- Cleveland’s Women’s March"
Regular readers of this site (Hi Mom!) will remember that a few weeks ago I took it upon myself to apply for a bunch of appointed positions within the new presidential administration. In a normal year, applying to a Trump administration job would probably become a semi interesting stand alone story that never really developed into […]Read more "Henry Bendon, famous radio star"
There’s a short list of politicians and generals who’ve met with President-Elect Donald Trump in the last few weeks to earn cabinet positions. Mitt Romney, David Petraeus, and Rudy Giuliani have all appeared in the news recently after meeting with Donald Trump to discuss cabinet positions as The Donald attempts to translate his intentional politically […]Read more "The Secretary of State long list"
Following the disappointing outcome of the 2016 presidential election I started browsing the internet to check the availability of presidential campaign related URLs for potential democratic candidates in 2020. My reasoning behind this was primarily based on an episode of The League wherein the character Taco accidentally buys “dallascowboys.com” and then gets paid 250 thousand dollars […]Read more "Unconventional Investing"
A few weeks ago a film crew from a Swiss TV network working with the World Economic Forum in Davos visited my broadcast journalism class to interview students about how their education would fit in with the future global economy. Basically, they wanted to hear our worries about the education we were receiving and how […]Read more "I got to talk (in a video) at the World Economic Forum in Davos"
Due to a variety of perfectly good excuses, it’s been a really long time since anything happened on this blog. I mostly blame the extended search for a new speaker of the house as the reason for my lack of activity, although there could be some other contributing factors. Those other contributing factors include: Senior […]Read more "It’s really been a while since one of these, huh?"
Stateside is, for lack of a better description, a fancy Vietnamese restaurant in Seattle’s Capital hill neighborhood. It’s not your standard pho joint, it looks, feels and tastes like the fine dining establishment it markets itself as, offering a stylishly modern dining room and a mix of classic and innovative menu options. Round 1: The […]Read more "Presidential Eating: Stateside"
In an effort to bring new (any) traffic to the blog and because there’s nothing else to write about, the President Henry blog presents a brand new series, this time about food. Crane and Turtle Crane and Turtle is a Japanese/French restaurant in DC’s Pentworth neighborhood, featuring what appears to be an incredibly impressive adult […]Read more "Presidential Eating: Crane and Turtle"
The school year has ended, and with it the official end of the first year of the Washington Lee High School Wiffle Ball Club (WLHSWBC for relatively shorter). Due to the existence of YouTube analytics, keeping track of fairly stupid statistics has become a large part of the wiffle ball club management. With that in […]Read more "Wiffle Ball By the Numbers"