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Pro-Cruz Operative Liz Mair Melts Down After Nude Attack Ad Blowback

Former RNC operative Liz Mair is going batshit after drawing heavy flak over an extremely distasteful pro-Cruz attack ad featuring nude pictures of Melania Trump. Mair who runs the super PAC “Make America Awesome” has faced a counterattack from Trump supporters and is wailing about taking legal action. 293 more words

2016 Elections

The "PHP-Blueprint"--A Trojan Horse for Profit and Wider Social Control

“In the small world of drug testing, these four—Angarola, Bensinger, DuPont and Willette—are affectionately referred to as the Gang of Four. Dr. John Morgan explains, “They are the ones responsible for a good deal of drug testing’s success, and some of the fear that goes along with it. 2,083 more words

Drug Testing

A Journey Through the Blogosphere

Join me PR Earthlings as I take you across the galaxy to visit some out of this world blogs! We will take a look at three different blogs in the outer relam of the blogosphere. 660 more words

Public Relations

The Affront of Front Groups

In “Law and Ethics for Public Relations,” a course I developed for Mid-America Christian University, we will study front groups, “an organization that purports to represent one agenda while in reality it serves some other interest whose sponsorship is hidden or rarely mentioned.” This definition comes from… 512 more words

Jason Karpf

Red Bible Take Two – Scientology and Political Movements: Citizens Commission on Human Rights

The reason I call this Red Bible Take Two is because of what the previous red bible was all about – it was a disinformation campaign designed to throw the source of America’s problems… 7,299 more words

Scientology

Scientology PR Tactics in action - Jeffrey Augustine Tells Us What To Think

My previous post on this topic discussed how people like Mark Rathbun, Mike Rinder, Karen De La Carriere, Steve Hall, Chris Shelton, and so on and so on, were all touched by what I called the “slavemaster disease” – an obsession with APPEARANCES and ACCEPTANCES. 1,663 more words

Perceptions