Archive for December, 2011

Fun Facts About India

Tuesday, December 27th, 2011

DID YOU KNOW… India is a “big paradise” in Asia. Exotic culture, priceless art, modern cities, national parks, and friendly people make the India an excellent destination for tourists…a vast space of immense beauty.Throughout the 21st century, India still maintains traditional lifestyle. The Festival of Laxmi is one of the most well-know religious festival in […]

Sigmund Freud’s Nephew and Corporate Alien Control

Monday, December 26th, 2011

His name was Edward L. Bernays. He was Sigmund Freud’s Nephew. He was born in Vienna on November 22, 1891 and died in his home at Cambridge, Massachusetts on March 9, 1995 at the age of 103. Before the early twentieth century, marketers thought of people as being rational beings. They figured all they had […]

Which country do you think had a stronger democracy at the end of the nineteenth century, France or England?

Sunday, December 25th, 2011

WHY??? and what are the differences between the systems of government between France the United States? winter wedding favors

What do you think of political TV clip sampling?

Saturday, December 24th, 2011

First, let me say I don’t want this turning into a partisan hate/support thing. I watch both Fox News and MSNBC throughout the day and about 99.9% of non-commercial time is spent replaying clips.(just kidding) Anyway, It helps with humor shows like the Daily Show/Colbert Report. How do you feel about the replaying of clips […]

Is John McCain the biggest threat to a democrat in general election?

Tuesday, December 20th, 2011

It seems that mccain has the least flaws, was a war veteran, and is most experienced of all republican candidates in politics. These are flaws of other GOP candidates. Rudy Guliani-too liberal, support gay marriages, abortion, and gun control. Huckabee-possibly too conservative to win in north and most midwestern state. Romney is a mormon.

Does it Take an Orange Pantsuit Like Hilary’s Or Sarah Palin’s Shoes to Succeed in Politics?

Tuesday, December 20th, 2011

What does it take to be successful in the political arena of the United States if you are a woman? Is it an orange pantsuit or perhaps red shoes? It seems to me that women in politics these days must have a very large budget for clothing. At the Democratic National Convention last week, Hillary […]

A Federated National Government

Wednesday, December 14th, 2011

Will our just elected, 10th parliament make Kenya a pace-setting center for a working democracy? Given that ODM which promised economic federalism and PNU which pledged national unity, have made a deal, to work the deal they now need to merge their manifestos to form a federated national government. This is what Americans did under […]

How can I convince my dad to start a political blog?

Sunday, December 11th, 2011

My dad is a political genius, so I told him to start a blog. He wanted to know a few things: a) does anyone actually read anyone elses blog? How do you actually get a following? b) what are some blogs he should look at to get an idea about what a political blog is […]

Cutting Through the Politics

Friday, December 9th, 2011

Politics in the workplace is a fact of life. If you don’t like it, get over it, or quit. Organizations are made up of people and nobody is perfect. People see from their perceptions and often have conflicting goals and objectives. Because of these factors, it’s inevitable that politics will surface in companies of all […]

Smart Media Communications; Part 5 – Understanding Media Politics And Your PR Plan

Thursday, December 8th, 2011

Now that we have generally discussed how to get newspaper, radio and TV publicity in (parts 1-4) of this mini series, we will conclude this series with a little insight into managing a public relations media communications roll out plan. This article is based on several years of personal experience. When thinking about communicating with […]

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