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What Can The Cuban Missile Crisis and The Rolling Stones Teach The U.S. Government?

What Can The Cuban Missile Crisis and The Rolling Stones Teach The U.S. Government?

Government & Politics

Uncertainty does not give people the confidence needed to move forward and make decisions because it carries with it high levels of risk. As a result, growth, however you want... read more

This Week, PR Means Post-election Reforms

This Week, PR Means Post-election Reforms

Government & Politics

PR means many things to many people. Of course, it means Public Relations. It also means Propaganda Regime or Public Responsibilty. And, as always, it is We the people who... read more

And The Winner Is…

And The Winner Is…

Government & Politics

While the election is over, I wanted to take a look back at the search trends for the two candidates to see what patterns, if any, emerged as election day... read more

FBI Agents, IT Consultants and Helicopter Piloting Among Top Professions for Returning Veterans

FBI Agents, IT Consultants and Helicopter Piloting Among Top Professions for Returning Veterans

Government & Politics

Helicopter Pilots have a median annual pay of $58,600, and according to the most recent visual study put out by Rasmussen College, the profession falls 9th on a list of... read more

How Does President Obama's Re-election Affect Your Taxes?

How Does President Obama’s Re-election Affect Your Taxes?

Government & Politics

Now that President Obama has been re-elected, most of us are wondering how this is going to affect our taxes. Here’s an infographic released within hours after the election results... read more

Obama: The Speech That Charmed the World

Obama: The Speech That Charmed the World

Government & Politics

In our offices, we’re always talking about content. Content, content, content… we can’t get enough of the stuff and it seems America feels the same, judging by President Obama’s victory... read more

An Estimated $5.8 Billion Was Spent on the 2012 Election Campaigns This Year

An Estimated $5.8 Billion Was Spent on the 2012 Election Campaigns This Year

Government & Politics

With voters lining up across the country, the fate of the 2012 U.S. Presidential election now hangs in the balance. The race is close, and both President Obama and Mitt... read more

A Public Service Announcement for Election Day

A Public Service Announcement for Election Day

Government & Politics

It’s election day and most of us will be preoccupied with voting, posting our thoughts on social media, and then watching as the results come in on television and online... read more

Get Out and Vote…and Get Outta My Way!

Get Out and Vote…and Get Outta My Way!

Government & Politics

After all the struggles groups such as women and blacks have gone through in order to vote in America, the right to vote is still taken for granted – or,... read more

Obama to Win Election, Republicans to Win Senate and Hold House (Infographic)

Obama to Win Election, Republicans to Win Senate and Hold House (Infographic)

Government & Politics

If 2008 was a watershed year for social media and political campaigns, with Barack Obama’s much-lauded use of Twitter and Facebook, 2012 has truly seen social media take a leading... read more

Social Media Opinion Polling Should Be Considered as Valuable as Offline Equivalents

Social Media Opinion Polling Should Be Considered as Valuable as Offline Equivalents

Government & Politics

The tightness of this presidential election has endowed pollsters with an amount of responsibility unseen since the 2000 poll. The decisive fluency of Mitt Romney in the first debate arrested... read more

If Europeans Could Vote In The U.S. Presidential Election; Barack Obama Would Win By 90%

If Europeans Could Vote In The U.S. Presidential Election; Barack Obama Would Win By 90%

Government & Politics

If Europeans were able to vote in the upcoming American presidential election they would overwhelmingly cast their ballots in favour of Barack Obama. According to the results of YouGov’s EuroTrack... read more

Mintigo DNA Spotlight: New Research Quantifies the Difference between Republican and Democrat Language

Mintigo DNA Spotlight: New Research Quantifies the Difference between Republican and Democrat Language

Government & Politics

Analysis of 500 candidates’ websites reveals differences in words and technology  Republicans and Democrats are in a heated battle for influence over key swing states and voter demographics. Both parties... read more

Help Wanted: Economists Needed to Repair Roof

Help Wanted: Economists Needed to Repair Roof

Government & Politics

I am not a Presidential candidate, nor do I play one on TV. My patriotic duty, if I choose to exercise it, will be to select a candidate in a... read more

The Logistics of Voting [Infographic]

The Logistics of Voting [Infographic]

Government & Politics

In just a few weeks, election day will be  upon us. When November 6 rolls around, will you know where to vote and how it works? While voting sounds easy,... read more