Trump and Biden final debate of 2020

It’s the beginning of the end – a series of debate nights, and last night was the last one. President Donald Trump and running mate Vice President Joe Biden, took the final stage. squaring off in Nashville, Tennessee, less than two weeks before Nov 3rd. The debate was a much more orderly process than the … Continue reading “Trump and Biden final debate of 2020”

Trump vs. Biden Presidential debates are scheduled

President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden will go head-to-head in three debates before the general election. They will meet on the stage for the first of three debates on Sept. 29 in Cleveland, Ohio. Their running mates, Vice President Mike Pence and California Sen. Kamala Harris, will face off on Oct. 7 in … Continue reading “Trump vs. Biden Presidential debates are scheduled”

Mika tears into Donald Trump during ‘Morning Joe’

She tore into the President with the same intensity the Orange-faced one may inhale one of his three McDonald’s Fish Filet sandwiches. Friday morning, Morning Joe host Mika Brzezinski, verbally beat down President Donald Trump, urging his supporters and enablers to “wake up and not be so “stupid.” Listing the many ways Trump is dangerously … Continue reading “Mika tears into Donald Trump during ‘Morning Joe’”

History Made: Biden picks Harris as running mate

History has been made after presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden made the most important political decision of his career. The former Vice-President (8 years under Barack Obama) has announced that California Senator Kamala Harris will be his running mate. Long considered by political pundits as the top contender, the 55-year-old Oakland-born lawmaker has strong prosecutorial … Continue reading “History Made: Biden picks Harris as running mate”

IATSE endorses Biden for President

The International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees’ (IATSE) General Executive Board voted unanimously Monday to extend its endorsement to Former Vice President Joe Biden for President of the United States. The International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE) is an international union representing over 150,000 members employed in the stagecraft, motion picture and television production, … Continue reading “IATSE endorses Biden for President”

Bloomberg drops out of race, supports Biden

Super Tuesday has come and gone. With Democratic Presidential hopeful Vice-President Joe Biden surging to victory, bolstered by Black, Suburban and educated voters in the South, candidate Michael Bloomberg has withdrawn from the race and thrown his support behind Biden. In an email that went out to supporters this morning Bloomberg thanked them for his … Continue reading “Bloomberg drops out of race, supports Biden”

Trump regrets not using military on BLM protests

In a lengthy excerpt published at Vanity Fair from their new book, I Alone Can Fix It, co-authors Carol Leonnig and Philip Rucker focus on their hours-long interview with twice-impeached former president Donald J. Trump at Mar-a-Lago, just 70 days after Joe Biden was sworn in as president. “I think if I had it to … Continue reading “Trump regrets not using military on BLM protests”

Labor Report: Jobs in advertising rose in June

Today’s jobs report showed the strongest increase in job growth so far in 2021. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, wages accelerated further in June, as nonfarm payroll employment increased by 850,000 in June. This is well above the average of the previous three months and a sign that companies, including advertising and marketing … Continue reading “Labor Report: Jobs in advertising rose in June”

Capitol on alert after man rams barricade

Tragedy struck the nation’s capitol this Easter weekend as the U.S. Capitol was the scene of another violent incident less than two hours ago after a suspect rammed a police barricade at the north entrance and emerged from the with knife, fatally stabbing one officer. CRITICAL INCIDENT: USCP is responding to the North Barricade vehicle … Continue reading “Capitol on alert after man rams barricade”

6 Asian women killed in shooting rampage

A series of shootings in Atlanta, GA, which took place over nearly an hour, at three different Atlanta area massage parlors, left eight people dead. The attack was yet another act of domestic terrorism, this time against people of Asian descent. The suspect in the shootings Robert Aaron Long, 21, has been charged with, “four … Continue reading “6 Asian women killed in shooting rampage”

Cashmere makes leadership moves

Today, Cashmere announced Ryan Ford was promoted to President and Chief Creative Officer, he formerly was the Executive VP and CCO. Rona Mercado was promoted to the newly created role of Chief Marketing Officer. Previously, she held the position of Senior Vice President of Accounts, and managed nearly all departments in the agency. Mercado joined the agency … Continue reading “Cashmere makes leadership moves”

Stacey Dash is Black again!

Clueless actress turned conservative political commentator Stacey Dash said she has reconsidered her zealous support of former President Donald Trump, condemns the Jan. 6 riots at the U.S. Capitol and is going to give President Joe Biden a chance. “Being a supporter of Trump has put me in some kind of box that I don’t … Continue reading “Stacey Dash is Black again!”

Rush Limbaugh died and here’s why I’ll miss him…

Conservative media icon broadcaster, Rush Limbaugh, passed away today after losing his fight with brain cancer. He was 70-years-old. And while I realize there are those who will greatly miss the man who used his king of talk-radio perch to shape the politics of a new generation of the ultra right, as a biracial man … Continue reading “Rush Limbaugh died and here’s why I’ll miss him…”

Chipotle asks can a burrito change the world

Now that the inauguration of President Joe Biden is over, brands are now beginning to tease, or even premiere their Super Bowl spots. Welcome to the Big Game, Chipotle Mexican Grill. The QSR announced it will premiere its first ever Super Bowl commercial during the second quarter. In a statement, Chipotle says it is utilizing … Continue reading “Chipotle asks can a burrito change the world”

Kamala Harris, first female, WOC takes oath as VP

Kamala Harris entered the White House grounds as the nation’s first female, first Black and first South Asian vice president will resonate across the globe. “For little Black girls around the world, today means so much to watch her walk in with the swag, watch her walk in with the dignity, to hear [reporters] say ‘Madam … Continue reading “Kamala Harris, first female, WOC takes oath as VP”

Mill Chicago’s Hilbert fired for pro insurrection tweets

Reel 360 has confirmed that Erica Hilbert, who was The Mill Chicago’s managing director since 2019, has been fired due to her participation in, and social media support of, last week’s insurrection which took place outside and inside of the Capitol Building in Washington, DC. “At the end of this week we became aware of … Continue reading “Mill Chicago’s Hilbert fired for pro insurrection tweets”

Twitter suspends Trump’s account permanently

In a dramatic move, Twitter has permanently suspended President Donald Trump from its platform. Chuckle. Giggle. Straight face. “After close review of recent Tweets from the @realDonaldTrump account and the context around them we have permanently suspended the account due to the risk of further incitement of violence,” Twitter said Friday evening. Twitter’s understandable decision … Continue reading “Twitter suspends Trump’s account permanently”

2020 in Review: Our favorite advertising campaigns

It’s hard to remember back in February 2020, when the Kansas City Chiefs bested the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LIV and Parasite was winning Best Picture, no one was talking about COVID, the election and Black Lives Matter. We had no idea we were only a few weeks and months away from all … Continue reading “2020 in Review: Our favorite advertising campaigns”

Ad Age names TikTok Marketer of the Year

 Ad Age unveiled its 2020 Marketers of the Year list, with TikTok taking the #1 spot. The Marketers of the Year list, widely seen as the definitive guide to the leading forces in marketing each year, includes McDonald’s in the #2 spot, Lowe’s at #3, The Lincoln Project at #4 and Etsy at #5. “Despite … Continue reading “Ad Age names TikTok Marketer of the Year”

Holly Robinson Peete claims Trump called her ‘N-Word’

The President is having quite the week. Coming off of losing the election to President-elect Joe Biden two weeks ago, impeached incumbent Donald Trump has been playing golf, playing The Apprentice in the West Wing and, oh yeah, not conceding the election, which he lost fair and square. Now actress and activist, and my Mt. … Continue reading “Holly Robinson Peete claims Trump called her ‘N-Word’”