In this episode of the Activism 101 podcast, I talk about writing and send press releases, including some guidance on what kind of information is worthy of a presser, some helpful tips on when to send them out, and some common mistakes to avoid.Details
Earlier today in The Blaze, a relatively fair report, with a pretty solid quote from TAC communications director, Mike Maharrey: Burton’s legislation would make it necessary for law enforcement officers to know beforehand that the possessors of the seized cash or property are, in fact, actually criminals and the property is in some way linked…Details
I was recently interviewed by Food Safety News on the subject of FDA regulation of raw milk and state efforts that could undermine the agency’s prohibition scheme.
You can read full the article HERE.Details
In Texas, legislators have already filed several bills for the 2017 legislative session that would effectively nullify some federal actions. Unsurprisingly, a federal supremacist journalist doesn’t like that, so he trotted out the tired old racism trope.Details
Once again, the New York Times has published an editorial attacking constitutional principles. This time, it calls for the virtual dissolution of the Republic.
The reasoning behind this assertion? That the government is too small.Details
PHOENIX, Ariz. (March 7. 2016) – Arizona media apparently has little interest in informing Arizonans about what is going on in their state legislature if it doesn’t fit its agenda.Details
The media loves to trot out college professors as a way to shoot down every attempt to resist federal power. They’re cited as experts, and they almost always favor more federal power. Today we’ll cover a common example which shows they often don’t have a clue what they’re talking about.Details
The fear generated by media use of the words “government shutdown” is amazing. The hysteria peddlers using this terminology, and the media that purposely play to it, must know these two words emit such an extreme emotional response. It appears designed to frighten the least informed against the other political party, thus the terminology.Details