The One Word to Associate with Hillary that would Doom Her Campaign

In the worlds of marketing and politics, the most powerful weapon is word association. It works both ways. Associating a campaign with a positive word or phrase can build a rabid following; "hope and change" worked wonders for President Obama. Associating an opponent with a negative word or phrase can be even more devastating. Nobody … Continue reading The One Word to Associate with Hillary that would Doom Her Campaign

Ethics and PP’s campaign cash

Following the money can be an intriguing political exercise. Take one Planned Parenthood affiliate's political expenditures, for example. When a candidate benefits from PP expenditures and later has to vote on a PP contract, when does business-as-usual becomes a matter of ethical concern? Darlene Pawlik wants to find out. She’s checking things out close to … Continue reading Ethics and PP’s campaign cash

Public Breastfeeding is a Gentleman’s Business

A dirty look.  That's what I saw flash from an older lady towards a mom of two who had stopped in the mall to breastfeed her youngest child.  I wouldn't have noticed had my cousin not previously complained on Facebook about how she was asked to cover up for publicly breastfeeding.  Sure enough, the more … Continue reading Public Breastfeeding is a Gentleman’s Business