The vast majority of voters would say that they do not weigh religion into their voting practices. The concept of the separation of church and state is often part of this mindset; most do not want religion to play a major role in their government.
For years, the Internet Revenue Service has been an absolute joke of an agency. We don’t tend to get into name-calling or editorial elaboration on this site too often, but today’s revelation of a major security breach of personal information for 100,000 Americans is simply
As many of you know, professionally I dwell in the marketing world with my primary tools being search and social. I live on Google and Facebook beyond the standard 9-5 gig simply because it’s a requirement when you strive to be the best at something
Voting isn’t exactly the most social thing. In fact, you’re supposed to vote on your own. In today’s world of sharing everything, Facebook is giving people the opportunity to tell the world that they voted. The top-screen message should appear when you log into Facebook
With the election happening tomorrow, we should take a look at the way that both sides used search and media to campaign for their candidate.
If We’ve Learned One Thing This Political Season, It’s That Sound Bytes Are Socially Amplified Exponentially
First and foremost, it’s no longer a “sound bite”. Thanks to the internet, can we just call it a “sound byte”. That’s what it has become. Now, onto the topic. It wasn’t this bad in 2008. It barely existed in 2004. I don’t even remember
There’s a big day coming in America. The future of our country rests on this day, and to some it means everything. As Election Day quickly approaches, we need to remember to educate ourselves on the upcoming candidates. Knowing what both President Barack Obama and
Those who follow me are well aware that I’m not a big supported of either Presidential candidate Mitt Romney nor President Barack Obama. With that said, I think it’s important to come to the defense of Romney as he is involved in a minor social
Since 1994, the media has promoted the internet as a medium of political change among other things. Predictions about the true democratization of information via the Web suggested that the general public would be able to have their voices heard and that ordinary folks would
It’s hard being a conservative in social media. Despite what liberals claim, social media is exceptionally-tilted to the left as the majority of powerful users on Facebook, Twitter, and other social media sites lean liberal. Social news sites that generate tens of thousands of pageviews