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(Trying) to Stay Sane & Informed: The Endless News Cycle and the 2020 Election
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BY Kristin Monroe

November 12, 2019

Public Relations

I recently attended an event featuring former White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest who served in the Obama Administration. He’s now SVP and chief communications officer for United Airlines – right from one hot seat to another. At the event, Earnest offered tips on what to look out for in the upcoming presidential election and […]

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BY Kristin Monroe

November 12, 2019

Public Relations

Weird Al and George Orwell Want You to Write More Clearly
Gretchen Wahl

BY Gretchen Wahl

October 31, 2019

Public Relations

I try to live my life in such a way that Weird Al Yankovic will not make fun of me. It’s a battle. Not because I live in an Amish paradise, or am white and nerdy, but because like many who write and communicate in a business setting, I occasionally find myself using a trite […]

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BY Gretchen Wahl

October 31, 2019

Public Relations

White House
Own the Full Truth — Before It Owns You

BY Michael Golden

October 2, 2019

Public Relations

There is a decades-old expression in politics: “The cover-up is always worse than the crime.” This non-partisan principle is not meant in the literal sense. In fact, the crime is very often far worse than the cover-up. What it really means is that if someone has something that is going to get them into political […]

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BY Michael Golden

October 2, 2019

Public Relations

polling
Election Polls: A Look Behind the Numbers
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BY Terri Cornelius

August 29, 2019

Public Relations

As the 2020 presidential campaign ramps up, we’re getting hit almost daily with new candidate polls, often with wildly different results. Case in point, the most recent CNN poll shows Democratic candidate Kamala Harris plunged from second place with 17% support in June, to 5% support and tied for fourth place. Her strong debate performance […]

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BY Terri Cornelius

August 29, 2019

Public Relations

Robert Kennedy
To Inspire An Audience, Show Them Your Inspiration

BY Michael Golden

June 6, 2019

Public Relations

You are a better public speaker right now than the late Robert F. Kennedy was when he ran for the U.S. Senate. Of course, I don’t know this for a fact, but there’s a pretty good chance it’s true, for RFK appeared lost in front of microphones and audiences during his first campaign. Yet by […]

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BY Michael Golden

June 6, 2019

Public Relations

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