Portland ad agency, Borders Perrin Norrander isn’t about to let Goodby have all the fun this political season. BPN and their digital arm, Pollinate Media, are saying that Things Are Fine, but they don’t mean it. [via Communication Arts]
Sometimes I pause to ask myself just how many “Americas” we have in this country. There’s the America that Reagan idealized in his shining city upon a hill. As Joe Bageant reminds us in his book, Deer Hunting with Jesus, there’s also the a large backwoods America, where all kinds of strange ideas take root. […]
According to The Wall Street Journal, business executives represented by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce fear that Democrats, bouyed by heavy spending from organized labor, could gain enough muscle in the Senate to spark policies favoring increased unionization, higher taxes, more restrictions on trade and more regulation on the financial-services and housing sectors. So, the […]
[CNNBC via ReadWriteWeb]
Ralph Nader spoke in Portland last night. Interestingly, The Oregonian chose to run the story on page two of the “Metro” section this morning. Here’s a glimpse: As he has in past campaigns, Nader said he didn’t see much difference between the major-party candidates. Both, he said, support corporate interests and he was especially scathing […]
Attacking a man’s peas? I don’t know. There’s something not right about that.
An ad currently running in New York City for Manhattan Mini-Storage.
The Goat Blog on High Country News points to the fact that the above ad was rejected by ABC. That’s pretty tough action from the “liberal media.” I suppose they don’t want to upset any of the well-paying energy companies who are busy greenwashing the airwaves. WeCanSolveIt.org asks that you let ABC know how you […]