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Cadillac: Ugly Americanism or a Great Marketing Strategy?

With international competition at the forefront of everyone’s thoughts, as nations compete against one another for athletic supremacy at the Olympics, the timing of Cadillac’s new ad is perfect. However, many do not agree with me. Some find the ad rude and offensive. Essentially, what …

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The Horrible Advertisements Promoting Obamacare

[dropcap style=”style1, style2, style3, or style4″]T[/dropcap]o be successful at marketing and sales, you have to believe in what you are selling. If you don’t believe in the product, it’ll show in your sales pitch… Just when I thought the marketers supporting Obamacare couldn’t lose more …

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Bell’s Whisky Releases Inspiring and Touching Commercial

Now this is refreshing – a liquor company producing an advertisement that promotes hard work and the joys that come with it. I think this may be the best commercial I’ve ever seen. Instead of showing the usual temptress seducing a man, who just so …

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CNN Political Commentator Likens Obama’s SOTU Speech to Sex

[dropcap style=”style1, style2, style3, or style4″]I[/dropcap]n another example of the mainstream media‘s bias toward Obama, CNN political pundit Alex Castellanos made a bizarre comparison to the President’s speeches. After Anderson Cooper asks Castellanos to chime in with his opinion on Obama’s State of the Union …

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Were Parts of Obama’s SOTU Speech Plagiarized from Bush’s?

[dropcap style=”style1, style2, style3, or style4″]M[/dropcap]arc Thiessen, President George W. Bush’s lead speech writer for his 2007 State of the Union address, said that he liked Obama’s SOTU speech in some ways. Thiessen claims that parts of Obama’s speech were “eerily familiar” to what he …

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Entrepreneurial Blackjack

[dropcap style=”style1, style2, style3, or style4″]E[/dropcap]very gambler knows, when playing at the casino, sooner or later the house always wins… or so we are told. By using his invaluable entrepreneurial skills, Don Johnson, a professional gambler, won $15 million in Atlantic City in a single …

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Did Andrew Cuomo Hint that New York’s Archbishop is No Longer Welcome in the State?

[dropcap style=”style1, style2, style3, or style4″]A[/dropcap]ndrew Cuomo, one of the most powerful Democrat Governors in the country, and a potential candidate for the Democrats’ Presidential nominee in 2016, has now joined the ranks of the rage-filled extreme lefties. As of Monday it became official; Cuomo …

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U2’s Bono Preaches Capitalism

[dropcap style=”style1, style2, style3, or style4″]U[/dropcap]2 makes great music, and its lead singer, obviously, is Bono (a.k.a Paul David Hewson), an iconic rock star. While sex, drugs and rock and roll define many gents who’ve followed similar career paths, Bono has remained focused on other …

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WestJet Goes Above and Beyond to Provide Customers with Unforgettable Experience

WestJet, one of the only truly private airlines in Canada (followed the Southwest model),  has given us an incredible example of what it means to go above and beyond to provide your customers with an exceptional, and unforgettable experience. I don’t think I’ve ever seen …

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Capitalism has Nothing to do With Greed and Everything to do With Freedom

Contrary to the opinion of the iconic Gordon Gekko from the movie Wall Street, greed is not good; and amongst free market supporters it has never been viewed as anything more than an evil of crony capitalism. True capitalism, at its heart, is based on …

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