Monthly Archives: August 2010

Islam is a religion of hate and death

Meet the man espousing that filth…and as you do consider where he is attempting to deliver his message. Anyone else care to know when the protests against him will start? Advertisements

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This is a strategy?

From Politico’s Martin Kady II: The question for Democrats over the next nine weeks must be this: How do they turn things around? The polls are as bad as they’ve ever been, prognosticators across the board are predicting a GOP … Continue reading

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Acting presidential

Kudos to President Obama for doing the right thing — calling President Bush to outline his address to the nation tonight about the war in Iraq. In the politically immature climate that is Washington, it’s always encouraging to see someone … Continue reading

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The cost of doing business?

An important article for you to consider, and it comes from the Washington Post: Do you want to pay in order to secure an internship in a competitive environment such as Washington D.C? An equally interesting article comes from the … Continue reading

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Day one of the semester…

…means no chance to blog during the day. Will do so tonight.

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An open letter to my students

If I had the chance over the next day or two to address the students — especially at the freshmen — in the School of Communication at Point Park University, I’d tell them something like this: I hope like me, … Continue reading

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Trying to understand Glenn Beck

Is he attempting to become the new head of the Christian conservative movement in the United States? Considering some of the language he used during his (it’s really not a political) rally yesterday in Washington, there is at least some … Continue reading

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