It is no surprise that we are weathering the storm of political divide in America. Some would say it started with President Obama and some would say President Trump started it, but it may have happened more organically than many would admit.
The name Sacha Baron Cohen may not instantly ring a bell, but you have probably seen some of his work. He is an actor who has appeared in several comedy movies such a Talladega Nights, the animated series Madagascar and even the movie musical Les Miserables.
President Trump rolled out products from every state during a ceremony recognizing his Made in America campaign. This is the second year of promoting the message of buying products manufactured in America.
Recently, the founder and Chairman of pizza giant Papa John's resigned amid a controversy where he used a racial slur during a company conference call. Now, John Schnatter fully admits he used the term but contends it was taken out of context.
Hopes for a repeat by an East Texas team in the Little League World Series were dashed recently when the Pineywoods Little League team was found to be in violation of the rules and therefore ineligible to move forward in the tournament, ending a solid season.
As we reflect on the birth of our country this week, we have all hopefully paused to give thanks for America. While we remain divided on many topics, and protest marches seem to be the order of the day, we should truly focus on what our democracy is and that is a reflection of the will of the people.
The recent events involving White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, where she and her family were refused service and asked to leave a restaurant in Virginia, is a great example of how the hatred and rhetoric surrounding Donald Trump continues to escalate. It is also a good example of how Trump should let these attacks play out with the probable outcome working to his advantage. Sanders was refused service because of her connection to Trump. Congresswoman Maxine Waters ...
President Trump tweeted recently about the right of the president to pardon himself, which he said he would never need. But the comments, understandably, started a days' long discussion on the role and scope of the presidential pardon.
The term sanctuary city has risen to prominence in the past year, as numerous city and even a few state governments have declared that they will protect illegal immigrants from possible federal prosecution.
Former FBI director James Comey has been on the interview parade recently promoting the release of his book – A Higher Loyalty – which chronicles his professional life and details his dealings with President Trump.
Big data is big business. Personal data and the ability of marketers to customize marketing messages based on our online habits has become a massive new science, and the personal data associated with it has become the new gold in our world.