PRtroopers

PRtroopers

We awake today to news of a 21-page novel published last night by the McCain campaign to pre-empt what’s expected to be a negative report on Mr. and Mrs. Palin’s efforts to abuse the Alaskan governor’s office. In case you’ve been out of the country, a bi-partisan legislative task force has been looking into charges […]

News Hole Partisans

News Hole Partisans

Presidential politics was on the menu at Michael’s (alongside the $34 cobb salad) during a recent gathering of our men’s lunch group of PRs, journos and one special guest, the head of a magazine publishing company. The day’s topic explored the variables that might still make a measurable impact on the candidates’ respective fates. It […]

Ta Ta, Suckers!

Ta Ta, Suckers!

It’s no big surprise that Karl Rove is out. Frankly, his tenure as this administration’s master media manipulator should have expired long ago (or at least following the mid-term elections). From a PR perspective, this man alone has done more damage to the reputation and credibility of the PR profession than 50 Abramoffs. But that’s […]