Two weeks ago our legislators got together for their annual veto session. This is an important part of the state legislature’s business; to attempt to override the governor’s healthcare defunding. To say that they failed would be an understatement. But … Continue reading
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Earlier this week I read “Evangelia Souris’s Political Image Strategy advice to upcoming candidates.” She listed four areas of concern but did not elaborate on them, so allow me. Over the years I have had the opportunity of meeting many … Continue reading
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Allow me to introduce you to Missouri’s John Wright, a Democratic primary candidate for the state House District 47. No, this is not a political prompt for this candidate (though I will most likely vote for him on August 7). … Continue reading
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How have we failed to move forward in our short history? Just over one-half of a millennium has passed since Columbus’ adventures and still our arguments have not changed. Listen to our politicians today and read what they said 100, … Continue reading
I learned a great lesson on winning friends and influencing people (sorry Mr. Carnegie) when I was working for the Gary Hart for President campaign. It is a lesson I give my students and clients – business and political. It … Continue reading
The Times-Picayune reported that “Gov. Bobby Jindal arrived in the United States in utero, his mother (was) about three months pregnant.” (Here it comes. Are you ready? Really ready?) Bobby Jindal is an anchor baby and he should not be allowed to … Continue reading