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Open Thread - Another "Ronald McDonald" Speaks Out
A recovering adult child or a recipient of free fast food for life? YOU decide! Read more...
The Overwhelming Force We Pretend Doesn't Exist
This is your Moment of Clarity from Lee Camp... Read more...
A new Cheerios commercial struck a nerve among the type of people who loudly insist that race no longer matters in this country. Read more...
Since the 1970s, the coal industry has been deploying deceptive advertising campaigns to scrub its image and delay important clean air standards. They use the same arguments year after year - environmental protections will cripple the economy, Read more...
When I started our year end C&L fundraiser I wrote a post called : Democratic and Progressive Groups Now Advertise on Cheap Google Ads It used to be that progressive groups, presidential and congressional campaigns, think tanks and the like Read more...

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Since the 1970s, the coal industry has been deploying deceptive advertising campaigns to scrub its image and delay important clean air standards. They use the same arguments year after year -- environmental protections will cripple the economy, the science behind pollution problems is inadequate, and that coal is already clean... Read more...
Joe Ricketts, a billionaire whose family owns the Chicago Cubs, plans to shell out $12 million to support Republican candidates in the next week, with $10 million of that going to ads supporting presidential candidate Mitt Romney. The ads Read more...
When asked to report on the onslaught of political ads on television words like “flood,” “deluge,” and “torrent,” will suddenly pepper copy. A report from the Borrell Associates estimates $9.8 billion will be spent on political Read more...
Animation: Rush vs Women (Actual Audio) from scottbateman on Vimeo. BTW, A commercial radio station in Pittsfield, Massachusetts-- 96.9 FM, WBEC-- says it is dropping the Rush Limbaugh show in the wake of Limbaugh's comments on Read more...
“Gen X” was popularized as an advertising term. Marketers used the label to describe the young people of the late ‘80s. The focus was on how to sell goods to the MTV generation. Advertisements at that time, just as one example, started to Read more...