Americans are growing increasingly wary of government intrusion into their private communications. What's needed to assuage Americans’ personal privacy fears is a bottom-up review of surveillance efforts.
A honest and open relationship between client and PR firm executive is the key to open the door to bigger budgets and personal success. Here are some statements that every PR person should say to a client.
Kudos to Indianapolis-based Angie's List for its forceful response to Indiana's Orwellian-named Religious Freedom Restoration Act, anti-gay and lesbian law. Hoosier State now known for something more than love of basketball.
When did America -- the greatest, richest, most militarily powerful nation mankind has ever known -- start quaking in our boots over a bunch of psychopaths dressed in black who butcher their helpless victims in the back of beyond?
Forgive me, but ... I’m with Ray Rice's former fiancé, now wife, who says the ones suffering most from the fallout of her husband's infamous video are her and her little daughter. Ironic, since she was the one abused.
A bright PR spotlight on the bulging refugee camps of the Palestinians is one unexpected outcome of the latest bloodbath is Gaza. Israel's shelling of a United Nations-run school sheltering Palestinians on Wednesday turned on that beacon. It was the second attack on a UN facility.
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