Tag Archives: President Trump

Media earned the the title of Fake News and must earn the trust back

I recently had the “pleasure” of attending a conference in Washington, DC on media relations and was surrounded by journalists. Although the conference was meant to be instructional for people in business hoping to place stories in the media it … Continue reading

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When perception meets reality it’s time to change the landscape

We no longer need President Donald Trump to drain the swamp.  It appears the swamp is draining itself.  And, as an added bonus, sanctimonious Hollywood stars and biased journalists are joining the spin around the drain. The daily revelations of … Continue reading

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When populism becomes control, democracy becomes socialism

The national anthem charade playing out on the countrywide theater is about anything but patriotism or the silly notion athletes are actually protesting inequality. I call BS. The NFL only cares about money.  President Trump only cares about President Trump.  … Continue reading

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A divided country unites the Trump contingent

Some of my favorite cousins hate President Trump and never pass up an opportunity to vilify him in their social media feeds.  I stopped following them.  Not because I support President Trump, because I’m tired of reading it. A few … Continue reading

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Those who connect the dots can stay; the rest must go away

An acquaintance of mine reached out to me on Facebook with a question.  In his best impersonation of a cat swallowing a canary he asked “How do you like Trump now?” I presume he thought the incessant staff changes, the … Continue reading

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Misdirection only distracts them from solving the real issues

Remember the New York Yankees in the 1970’s?  Most people did not read the sports pages for the scores and game highlights.  They read the paper to see who hated who, who was fighting with who and waited to see … Continue reading

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Save the drama and stick to the business

“Boy, the last time there was a leak like this, Noah built hisself a boat.”, James A. Wells, Assistant U.S. Attorney General played by Wilford Brimley in the movie Absence of Malice. The media has romanticized leakers ever since William … Continue reading

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