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What’s Next?: California Electoral Behavior

“What’s Next?” interviews one of our favorite principals, California political and public affairs strategist Matt Klink. We asked Matt to...

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Public Affairs

Ian McCaleb

The Trump Conundrum

Uncertainty and the Scales of Justice in 2017 Much of this nation fidgets with anxious curiosity, ten days removed from the explosive conclusion...

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Public Affairs

Randall Samborn, Esq

Is there a Fourth Estate in Trump’s Future?

After a long campaign in which President-elect Donald Trump played fast and loose with the facts and expertly manipulated the media into free...

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Public Affairs

Bryant Madden

A Retreating America?

The rise – and subsequent election – of Donald Trump fuels speculation that the pendulum of American sentiment has swung forcefully against...

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Public Affairs

Guest Author

7 Strategies To Win the Cyber “Space Race”

One of the undercurrents from this election season has to be cybersecurity. Or in many cases, the lack of it -- or a lack of understanding of what...

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Crisis

Bryant Madden

CEOs and Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity is the strategic business vulnerability American CEOs are most concerned about. A recent KPMG survey of more than 400 US-based CEOs...

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Digital

Brian Markowitz

Fly The W: Fox Wins Big with Native Ads

This year’s World Series had all the makings of a Hollywood sports movie: Two historic teams, great storylines, young stars and Bill...

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Public Affairs

Richard Levick

Fox bets on Megyn Kelly as the Future

Her Allegations against Roger Ailes are important but they are more a Profile in Marketing than Courage Last week, I sat down to tape an...

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Digital

Kathryn DeVito

Twitter’s Leak Has Everyone Excited

Twitter accidentally released a new feature for a few minutes last Sunday – and it’s a doozy. Twitter will now allow users to ‘mute’ words...

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Public Affairs

Andrew Ricci

The Need for Shorter Elections

Can any of us remember a time when we could open a newspaper or turn on the TV to get news that wasn’t about this campaign? A time when we...

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Public Affairs

Michael Rubin

Healthcare Reform. Again?

It’s a DC parlor game, and it has started all over again: What will the next President do in his or her first year in office? Remember,...

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