Monthly Archives: February 2011

Super Bowl’s Super(bad) Entertainment

February 6, 2011
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Super Bowl’s Super(bad) Entertainment

Aside from football, many Americans watch the Super Bowl for its celebrity entertainment. Top notch vocalists belt out the national anthem. Grammy award winning musicians perform elaborate halftime routines. This should be a spectacle right? Unfortunately for Super Bowl XLV, celebrity entertainment was a spectacle and for all the wrong reasons. About 51 seconds...

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Super Bowl XLV Introduction

February 6, 2011
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Super Bowl XLV Introduction

The introduction to Super Bowl XLV was an emotional experience! With a message underscoring what freedom is for those that live in the USA and getting the distinct privileges that The Declaration of Independence provides, it was the best message that any SuperBowl could ever provide. The producers of this message were brilliant. It...

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Doing Things Away From Cameras?

February 3, 2011
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Doing Things Away From Cameras?

During campaign season, what did Barack Obama say about transparency in his administration? It seems the Obama administration is anything but transparent. Case in point? Robert Gibbs’ response to a reporter asking about the Egypt crisis. “Some things,” he said, “have to be done away from TV cameras.” Communication during a crisis is one...

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Sen. Schumer’s Three Branches of Government

February 1, 2011
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Sen. Schumer’s Three Branches of Government

Senator Charles E. Schumer is clearly confused about the three branches of government, as demonstrated on CNN‘s “State of the Union.” “We have three branches of government. We have a house, we have a senate, we have a President,” he said. For the record, the three branches of government are the Legislative Branch, the...

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