Ayatollah Khamenei Casts Doubt on Success of Iran Nuclear Deal

Re-cork the champagne bottles. The “historic” deal between Iran and the United Nations brokered by the Obama administration isn’t quite done if statements by Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Khamenei is to be believed. Considering that all actions by the government must be approved by him, there’s no reason not to believe that the deal isn’t quite a deal just yet.

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Do Baltimore Politicians take their Jobs Seriously?

Apparently, they do not.

The importance of being a public servant on any level cannot be overstated. Government is the foundation of the order that society holds dear and our elected officials are supposed to take their jobs as seriously as possible. The decisions they make impact others. It doesn’t matter whether it’s 6 people or 6 million people. It’s important.

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Tesla is Playing the Media Perfectly

It’s amazing when a spin doctor is able to make a good chunk of people believe in the wrong thing. The way that Tesla is playing their hand for the media, the consumer advocacy groups, and the consumers is nothing short of masterful.

First and foremost, let’s make two things very clear: Continue reading Tesla is Playing the Media Perfectly

Sick of Social Media Political Spam? Just wait. It’s Going to Get Worse.

Obama ClintonSocial Media websites are flooded with postings promoting one presidential candidate or insulting another.  Conventional wisdom says that after the nominations are handed out, we will see a decrease simply because there will be fewer people to post stories about.  This assumption is incorrect, but we’ll explain that later.  Right now, the landscape for social media coverage is starting on a temporary downslide. Continue reading Sick of Social Media Political Spam? Just wait. It’s Going to Get Worse.

Why Reddit is More Politically Powerful than Other Social Media Websites

Digg has the traffic.  StumbleUpon has the users.  Reddit has the game when it comes to influencing political opinions.

All of the top social media websites have their advantages and disadvantages.  For political prowess, Reddit has the one major advantage and several minor advantages that make it more of a focal point for politicians than the mass exposure that Digg and StumbleUpon enjoy.  The major advantage is the discussion and debate through comments. Continue reading Why Reddit is More Politically Powerful than Other Social Media Websites