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Hillary or Trump?

I was questioned and pressed by a woman yesterday who took me aside and told me Trump was the worst possible candidate and Hillary wasn’t much better. But, who will I vote for? Continue reading

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Patriot Games: The Game Plan for Getting Heard in the Political Arena (Part 1)

ManufacturingToday-iLobby-JulyAug2015 Successful manufacturers have a plan for just about any contingency. They’re thinking ahead about adopting new technology, cutting energy costs and handling health care issues. Increasingly though, one of their biggest challenges is dealing with the complex landscape of … Continue reading

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Engaging Members in the Lobbying Process

Sooner or later, many organizations will find their fortunes linked to government corridors and committee rooms, where it can still be a challenge to get their members’ voices heard. Apathy is pretty common, unfortunately. Just as the 2014 midterm turnout … Continue reading

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Politics Should be in the Fabric of Our Lives.

Politics should be in the fabric of our lives. It should be as convenient as getting a cup of coffee Continue reading

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Two Heads are Better Than One

You Can Influence Policy People think they can’t do it but they can. People think they have to write legal language but they don’t. Voters want to influence laws and policy but they don’t. Voters think they can influence politicians by choosing … Continue reading

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Get Money Out Of Politics Now

Should we get money out of politics? Is it possible? Or is it the kind of money and its source? What is the general public stepped up? Can the average voter rebalance the money flows? Continue reading

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Everyone is Fed Up With Politics

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Why Small Business Should Lobby

Persuasion works. When persuading lawmakers to simplify regulations or adopt legislation you are fighting for, as a small business you face three choices. You can sit on the sidelines You can petition You can lobby Most small businesses choose #1. … Continue reading

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Poll vs. Debate

Why is the debate structure better than a poll or a survey? Or is it? POLL The difference lies in a representational proxy or a democracy. With a survey or a poll only select people are included. This is usually … Continue reading

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How Your Trade Association Can Have Greater Political Impact

There are 90,908 trade associations in the country. With philanthropic and charitable organizations, the number rises to over 1.2 million[1]. In any event there are lots. Every trade association has a dual role: 1) to increase membership and 2) to … Continue reading

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