Twitter was my first social media passion. I never got into MySpace, and I have always found Facebook annoying. When I heard Guy Kawasaki compare Twitter to a cocktail party where you can move from group to group, discussing and sharing what you … [Read more...] about So long for now, and good luck Twitterverse!
Authors note: Following the 2016 election I wrote the following piece for 'The Kentucky Gazette' I am currently working on a follow-up piece. Political parties are gasping their last breaths. Not just in Kentucky but across the country, and … [Read more...] about The Death of Political Parties (2016 Revisited)
I wrote this op-ed in 2015 following Sen. Thom Tillis (R-N.C.) saying that he didn't believe Starbuck's employees should be required to wash their hands after using the bathroom. Given what is going on in 2020 is seemed appropriate to revisit … [Read more...] about Freedom is a Little Safer, but Public Health Isn’t
A lawyer friend who does a lot of campaign-related work emailed me this week with a list of her concerns about some candidates not understanding campaign laws/regulations. For experienced campaign workers, it was nothing complex or arcane, just … [Read more...] about Come on people, how hard is it to put “paid for by …” on something???
Yet here’s a sign... Out, damned signs! Out, I say!" Anyone who has worked on campaigns for any period has a love-hate relationship with signs. I won’t get into the pros and cons of sign today, but if your campaign is going to invest heavily in … [Read more...] about Letter Visibility for High Impact Signage