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RIP NFL: August 20th 1920 - October 18th 2017

When a business entity forms the largest and most important decision they make is who will lead the organization.  That decision, beyond all other decisions, has the potential to destroy the business and long-term brand image of the entity. 134 more words

Bowe Bergdahl Pleads Guilty To Desertion and Misbehavior Before the Enemy...

It should not be forgotten that President Obama’s National Security Adviser Susan Rice previously stated that Bergdahl: “served his country with honor and distinction… 116 more words

Oh Dear: Actress Rose McGowan Says Weinstein Attorney Lisa Bloom Offered $6 Million Hush Money...

Like her mother Gloria Allred, attorney and media personality Lisa Bloom has created her controversial personal brand image as an advocate for women who have been victimized. 215 more words

Hollywood Academy Kicks Out Harvey Weinstein...

The governing board of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has decided to kick out recently exposed rapist and sexual deviant Harvey Weinstein.  All currently non-exposed sexual deviants and rapists remain protected in Hollywood. 334 more words

Contradictions, Crying and Confusion By Las Vegas Sheriff Joseph Lombardo...

After reviewing the latest press conference by Las Vegas Sheriff Joseph Lombardo a few issues rise to the surface.   America doesn’t need tears – America needs answers. 541 more words

Twitter Censors Senate Candidate Marsha Blackburn for Saying: She "stopped the sale of baby body parts”...

A stunning level of censorship admitted by Twitter surrounding the senate campaign launch of Tennessee candidate Marsha Blackburn.

Blackburn kicked off her senate bid with… 258 more words

ESPN Suspends Employee Jemele Hill For Requesting Boycott Against NFL and ESPN...

Social Justice Warriors are not the sharpest tools in the shed.  Cue the audio visual demonstration.

On one floor within the ESPN corporate HQ there are a group of salespeople who sell NFL advertising on the network.  119 more words