You’ve probably heard about the Hillary Clinton debacle this week. Fudge a little here, fudge a little there, what’s the big deal. The fact is there were snipers in the country the continent and she felt for her safety. But, as first lady of these United States how could she pass up an opportunity to [...]
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My Political Profile:
Overall: 70% Conservative, 30% LiberalSocial Issues: 100% Conservative, 0% Liberal
Personal Responsibility: 50% Conservative, 50% Liberal
Fiscal Issues: 75% Conservative, 25% Liberal
Ethics: 25% Conservative, 75% Liberal
Defense and Crime: 100% Conservative, 0% Liberal
How Liberal Or Conservative Are You?
My friend Russ Page wrote a while ago about an article that sited a popular political move to call any initiative to root out a problem a “war.” And so I would like to add My Two Cents about the Iraq war and what I think politicians are doing under the guise of “what the [...]
Okay, I’ve been listening to this Al Sharpton vs. Mitt Romney issue all day long and I haven’t been sure how to react. As a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, I have to say that I don’t think it is called for, what it seems Mr. Sharpton said on a [...]
My friend Russ Page invited me some time ago to post about why we should vote. Well, in accord with my personality, I procrastinated, mostly because I didn’t have any good ideas of what to say.
Well, today all that changed. By now you are probably familiar with, or have at least heard about the Al [...]
In my introductory journalism class, my professor told us of a story where a newspaper reprinted an article of his by simply putting quotation marks around it.
Well, as a PR person myself, this happens to us from time to time, only it is actually condoned and, as a matter of fact, I am thrilled when [...]
Just giving a shout out to my good friend, and mentor, Russ Page for starting a very insightful and opinionated look at the PR side of what is unfolding as the 2008 political campaign. To tell you the truth, I don’t think a lot of people read the newspaper or watch the news with the [...]