In the final hours of Trump's presidency, The Lincoln Project gives us the highlights of the last four years "by the numbers: 3 million jobs lost, 400,000 Americans dead of Covid-19, more than 30,534 lies told, 545 children who may never see their parents again…" and so much more. Yep, this just about sums it up!
In honor of super-spreader Donald Trump and his red-cap rally planned for this Saturday in Cullman, Alabama, The Lincoln Project has kindly aired this Monster Covid Fest ad. According to CNBC, Trump's past rallies helped spread more than 30,000 Covid cases, and that number is surely to soar after delta weaves its way through the… READ THE REST
Wow, that was fast! A couple of hours ago I posted about The Lincoln Project's new video that exposed Toyota for giving "more money than any company to the seditious politicians who voted to overturn the 2020 election result." And this afternoon, after some hemming and hawing, the automaker backed down and promised to "stop… READ THE REST
The Lincoln Project's new ad campaign attacks corporations that have backed Republicans who support the Big Lie and deny the significance of the Jan 6 Capitol attack. Their first victim is Toyota (video below), who, as the ad's narrator points out, has "given more money than any company to the seditious politicians who voted to… READ THE REST
No matter how good your vision may be, the naked eye sure misses a lot. Like if you ever look up close at a Van Gogh painting — all those brush strokes and swirls are the magic behind any of the artist's masterpieces. And the same goes with other things in life, whether it be… READ THE REST
For anyone looking to establish an online brand, finding and reaching out to your target audience directly can be a daunting task. After all, how do you know which keywords or topics will reach directly to them? If you don't have a degree in marketing, it can be near impossible to figure out on your… READ THE REST
Tossing back a few with friends is tough enough as you get older. But if you're trying to lead a health-conscious lifestyle while still enjoying an alcoholic beverage or two…well, that can be a narrow tightrope to walk. The reality is that as you age, less & less alcohol makes you feel worse & worse… READ THE REST