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    4 Reasons Federal Spending Will Be Higher Next Year

    The general expectation is that this November’s election results will produce a political situation that is ripe for more budget cutting. The combination of a new Republican majori ...

    Stop And Smell The Roses: Final 2014 Federal Deficit Fell...Big Time

    The deficit trolls came out in force in response to my two recent posts (take a look at the comments here and here) about the precipitously dropping federal deficit. In traditional ...

    MSLGROUP’s McClennan Elected to Lead Public Relations Society of America in 2016

    WASHINGTON, D.C. (Oct. 11, 2014) — The Public Relations Society of America (PRSA)’s Leadership Assembly voted today to elect Mark W. McClennan, APR, chair of the Society for 2016. ...

    Tea Party Needs A New Issue: Federal Deficit Really, Truly Is Disappearing

    The tea party is going to have to find something else to complain about. One of its basic reasons for living – the federal budget deficit – is really, truly and absolutely falling… ...

    Two Global SABRE Awards!

    Paris, Stockholm and New York, October 8, 2014:  MSLGROUP has been recognized by The Holmes Report Global SABRE jury as the agency behind two of the 50 “best in the world” public r ...

    Debt fades as election issue

    Republicans in tough races aren’t making cuts to government spending and deficit reduction a central part of their campaign messaging—a striking contrast from the 2010 midterms rac ...

    Global Research Findings: Millennials Look to ‘Business’ to Solve World’s Greatest Problems

    New ‘Social Contract’ Emerges as Millennials Look Beyond Government for Collaborative, Action-oriented Solutions Paris, September 16, 2014 -- A 17-country study of millennials’ vie ...

      4 Reasons Federal Spending Will Be Higher Next Year

      The general expectation is that this November’s election results will produce a political situation that is ripe for more budget cutting. The combination of a new Republican majority in the Senate combined with the continuing (and probably slightly larger) GOP majority in the House will mean that federal spending will [...]

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      Stop And Smell The Roses: Final 2014 Federal Deficit Fell...Big Time

      The deficit trolls came out in force in response to my two recent posts (take a look at the comments here and here) about the precipitously dropping federal deficit. In traditional online troll-like behavior, they either flat out refused to believe me, said the government was lying, said I was [...]

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      MSLGROUP’s McClennan Elected to Lead Public Relations Society of America in 2016

      WASHINGTON, D.C. (Oct. 11, 2014) — The Public Relations Society of America (PRSA)’s Leadership Assembly voted today to elect Mark W. McClennan, APR, chair of the Society for 2016. McClennan, senior vice president, social media services, MSLGROUP, will serve as PRSA’s chair-elect on the national Board of Directors in 2015. The Leadership Assembly, a group of more than 300 delegates representing PRSA’s Distri

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      Tea Party Needs A New Issue: Federal Deficit Really, Truly Is Disappearing

      The tea party is going to have to find something else to complain about. One of its basic reasons for living – the federal budget deficit – is really, truly and absolutely falling…rapidly. I say “really” because my post from several weeks ago about the disappearing deficit got the deficit birthers [...]

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      Two Global SABRE Awards!

      Paris, Stockholm and New York, October 8, 2014:  MSLGROUP has been recognized by The Holmes Report Global SABRE jury as the agency behind two of the 50 “best in the world” public relations campaigns. The winning campaigns were selected from more than 5,000 entries to The Holmes Report’s regional SABRE Awards competition. The Global SABRE Awards will be presented at The Holmes Report’s Global Public Relation

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      Debt fades as election issue

      Republicans in tough races aren’t making cuts to government spending and deficit reduction a central part of their campaign messaging—a striking contrast from the 2010 midterms race. In 2010 and 2012, Republicans focused their arguments on reducing the deficit and cutting Washington’s addition to spending — in addition to attacking ObamaCare. But a year after an unpopular government shutdown triggered by GO

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      Global Research Findings: Millennials Look to ‘Business’ to Solve World’s Greatest Problems

      New ‘Social Contract’ Emerges as Millennials Look Beyond Government for Collaborative, Action-oriented Solutions Paris, September 16, 2014 -- A 17-country study of millennials’ views on citizenship and the role of business has revealed sentiments starkly different from those of preceding generations. Governments around the world are distrusted for their ability to solve some of the world’s greatest challeng

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