Actress and awesome feminist Ashley Judd is seriously considering running for Senate, Politico reports today. In the last few weeks, she has met with New York senator Kirsten Gillibrand, presumably to get advice, and has started conducting opposition research on herself to find out where she’s vulnerable to attack. Luckily her family has never done anything embarrassing! More
Topic: media coverage
A lot of work goes in to orchestrating a national party’s Presidential nominating convention. State and local politicians spend hours perfecting five-minute speeches that will introduce them to the national political audience. Organizers spend months preparing every detail. Even the news organizations that cover these events spend countless man-hours preparing for and analyzing each moment. These conventions are a huge deal and they take a lot of work.
That’s why it’s even more distressing to see the Republican National Convention in Tampa Bay, Florida overshadowed by two despicable incidents that have nothing to do with hard work, patriotism or even professionalism. More
In a surprising move, one of the most private women in the world of politics just announced her employment with NBC. Chelsea Clinton, who has avoided the public eye ever since her father first took office as President of the United States in 1992, will be a special correspondent for NBC News. Specifically, Ms. Clinton will be reporting for the “Making A Difference” series, which highlights human interest stories from around the country. More
Amanda Knox has been given a second chance at life and now we get to see what she does with it. Our sister BlissTree reminded us that she will have a lot of mental health issues to deal with after this whole ordeal but she will also have to deal with a lot of business choices. Amanda is a media sensation right now and will be able to sell her story, for quite a lot of money, but what kind of strategy does she need so she doesn’t just have nine seconds of fame? More