by Jane Briggs-Bunting GOP Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney emerged from an expensive and bruising campaign in Michigan, the state of his birth, with a narrow three percent victory over his current chief […]
Komen hires the wrong PR firm, missing the boat once again (and some thoughts on PR Daily's coverage of the story)
So, the Susan Komen Foundation has hired a big-hitter PR firm. And not just any PR firm, either. Now, Komen is assessing the damage, and it’s using a consulting firm founded by […]
by Paul Szep
Southern Indiana, 5:30 a.m. My wife and I each schedule one drill per month, and do not tell each other when it will be. On this cold, February morning, the alarm goes […]
Caveat emptor: you may find what follows heretical. As you are likely aware, there is (and has long been) a strident outcry from certain quarters in Christianity against homosexuality as a behavior […]
Iran may hold it against the United States if, even without U.S. participation, it’s attacked by Israel.
I’m sure everyone in Alfond Arena wondered who the hell I was that I rated a handshake from the senator. It was May 1995, and I was graduating from the University of […]
Pity, that. This one may be far more apt.
by Paul Szep
by Anonymous The situation is Chardon is all too familiar: a bullied outcast with a troubled home life snaps. If TJ Lane had broken in the usual manner, he might have committed […]