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Could political advertising save legacy media?

For the last several years, an ongoing battle has been waged for the future of local marketing. It took about a decade, but it now seems as though the “legacy”…

Best moments from Obama’s appearance on ‘Between Two Ferns’

President Obama's appearance on Zach Galifianakis's notoriously awkward “Between Two Ferns” went live this morning, and I now take back everything I've ever said about this show — it's hilarious.…

I love it when you call me ‘Il Papa': Examining the celebrity of Pope Francis

March 13th is the anniversary of Jorge Mario Bergoglio's election as Pope Francis. It's days like this that I'm glad the term "Pope-iversary" is not a widely accepted journalistic term.…

After winning CPAC straw poll, Rand Paul talks 2016

Rand Paul (R-Ky.) told Fox News Sunday he was preparing for a 2016 presidential bid, but would officially decide after the midterm elections. Paul easily won the CPAC straw poll…

Don’t let primary losses fool you, the Tea Party still matters in Texas

Search "Texas Tea Party" on Google News, and you'll get several headlines telling you that Tea Party losses in the March 4 Texas Primary signal the party's waning influence in…

The shaky data of the federal minimum wage

At this point, you might be tired of hearing about the minimum wage debate. Unfortunately, it’s far from over. It remains – and is likely to remain for some time…

‘Gaucpocalypse’ that almost was demonstrates need for climate change brand

This week has been a roller coaster for lovers of Chipotle, guacamole, or both (which is everyone right?), after Chipotle announced it was considering doing away with its guacamole in…

The IRS Scandal: What will it take to move on?

The IRS scandal has been rehashed from the dregs of Congress's bag of tricks, and it's a distraction. Though these practices have allegedly been ended, and those in charge have…

Chris Christie at CPAC: Good message, wrong messenger

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie spoke to the Conservative Political Action Committee on Thursday, delivering a speech that encouraged party unity and a renewed effort to take on the media.…

Paul Ryan’s failed attempt to refocus GOP attitude on poverty highlights larger problems

You only have to look so far as Paul Ryan's completely fabricated CPAC speech about a boy and his school lunch or Ted Cruz's fear-mongering tirade's against food stamp excess…

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