By Daniel Hannan ~
When terrorists struck at the United States in 2001, they targeted the stock exchange, symbol of that country’s merchant success. Today, in the United Kingdom, they targeted Parliament. 626 more words
By Nicolas Loris and Katie Tubb ~
If you had a child when TransCanada first submitted its application to build the Keystone XL pipeline, he would be halfway through the first grade by now. 736 more words
By Lawrence Sellin Ph.D. ~
Let the diversions and parsing of words begin.
Take note of this British non-denial denial because you will see the same species of obfuscation being regularly produced at the U.S. 717 more words
As a political science and advertising/PR double major, I am particularly interested in how my two chosen fields of study intersect. So, when I was given the opportunity to choose a research topic for a paper in my Research in Advertising and Public Relations Class (CAP 115), I decided to research how, if at all, the Twitter presence of candidates for political office impacts how the public perceives their personality. 636 more words