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  • Unhappy campers
    Nancy Pelosi rescued stranded Republicans
    Keeping up appearances, Boehner tried to hold it together, probably fighting back tears. There is something to be said for seniority and women when House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi stepped in to rescue John Boehner and the Republican...
  • Former  Internal Revenue Service Director of Exempt Organizations Lois Lerner is sworn in before testifying to the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee
    Lois Lerner 'missing' email tapes found, criminal probe ensues at the IRS
    The IRS Inspector General’s office admitted to the House Oversight Committee that backup tapes of Lois Lerner’s emails that IRS Commissioner John Koskinen had said were irretrievably lost have been found, according to a Thursday story...
  • Week-by-week government: Weak
    Week-by-week government: Weak
    Open this week: one week only.What kind of Congress funds Homeland Security on a weekly allowance? Frankly, it is the kind of Congress that needs to be recalled. There needs to be a shakeup because they are shaking down American citizens at a time...

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  • Think Creative
    Take a stand for clients and customers
    What began as a marketing opportunity to speak with a prospective client soon turned into an insight revealing activity as I watched an owner have a meltdown as she watch a customer leave her shop without paying for the service received.The owner...
  • Marriage equality finances
    5 steps to financial health for gay couples
    Times are a 'changin goes the old folk song. And for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender couples in the Capital District, change means progress and a need to build a sound financial house.Marriage equality is the law in New York State, and...
  • hillary clinton
    Hillary Clinton tries rebranding herself. Again.
    Hot on the heels of reports that Hillary Clinton has recruited a team of consumer marketing specialists to "help imagine Hillary 5.0," a February 25 column by American Enterprise Institute fellow Jonah Goldberg suggests that in and of...