When moms took on drunk drivers during the Reagan years, they made a big difference. Now, Moms Against Climate Change, a Canadian advocacy organization, wants to make a similar impact on behalf of kids (and we’re all someone’s kid).
When does advocacy work cross the line and become propoganda? I don’t know, but I know it when I see it. Excuse me? Legions of rational minds disagree. With the help of The Washington Post, Eric Berger, a science writer at the Houston Chronicle draws a straight line from the sham known as CO2isGreen to […]
Every year a different Chicago ad agency takes up Off the Street Club’s cause. This year it’s Euro RSCG’s turn and Steffan Postaer is stoked. …if you go to offthestreetclub.org videos of these delightful kids and staff as well as other surprises await you. You can actually pull children off the street and put them […]
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Whole Paycheck CEO, John Mackey, wrote an op-ed for The Wall Street Journal about the dangers of Obama’s health care reform plan and now his liberal-minded customers are pissed. Mackey argues: While we clearly need health-care reform, the last thing our country needs is a massive new health-care entitlement that will create hundreds of billions […]
The heath care debate is getting nasty. I suppose that happens when there’s a lot at stake. I could say something about the fraying of civic life in America, but that would be too obvious (and off point). So, let’s address advertising’s role in fomenting this civic unrest. Here’s a hard-hitting ad from Americans for […]