I close the windows of my car, and think of buying a fire extinguisher. [Then], if a bomb is thrown inside my car, I'd be able to douse the fire.
Michael Drewniak, the ultimate insider in Chris Christie's political rise - the Christie Whisperer is leaving the Governor's employ after 13 years. It's a very hasty exit. Drewniak, a former reporter at the Star-Ledger joined the staff of the U.S. Show More Summary
CHICAGO — A gallery at the Chicago Artists Coalition currently holds more than just a few pieces of art.
Just published: Political Job Hunt: An Insider’s Guide to Finding a Job That Makes a Difference. This 236-page ebook contains more than a hundred actionable tips to help you find a job in politics, public policy and government affairs. You’ll [...] The post How to Get the Perfect Political Job appeared first on Political Wire.
The Daily Mail, Longtime Presidential Adviser David Axelrod Claims 'There Hasn't Been a Major Scandal' in the Obama White House – And Draws a Mix of Applause and Laughter: Longtime Obama administration political insider David Axelrod claimed on Monday that the Obama administration hasn't been tainted by a smidgen of...
Five years after consummate political insider and mayoral confidant Michael Scott Sr. committed suicide, his son has stepped forward to try to claim the aldermanic seat in the West Side ward the family has long called home.
Inside Higher Ed, Who Is Being Political?: There is wide agreement in North Carolina that Gene Nichol is an articulate and forceful advocate for the impoverished of his state, unafraid to criticize political leaders who in his opinion aren't doing enough about poverty. Nichol does so from an academic perch....
It is remarkable that despite all of the political talent, goodwill and positive momentum Barack Obama had when he came into office, his policies – both domestic and international – are in tatters. And it is ironic that the former law professor’s two biggest “accomplishments” — Obamacare and executive orders on immigration — are hanging […]
Business Insider recently published a list of the biggest political donors on Wall Street. Here, we take a closer look at their political ideologies. SEE ALSO: 'The 2016 money race is on' Crowdpac, a company working to inform votersShow More Summary
Inside a sunlit, cramped office near San Francisco's financial district, entrepreneur and former political operative Susan Kennedy has been leading a team that is at the forefront of the emerging market…
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Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito delivered her first State of the City speech Wednesday, and early reviews from political insiders were better than for Mayor Bill de Blasio's second State of the... To view the full story, click the title link.
Wall Street donors are a massive source of cash for political candidates. Thanks to Crowdpac, a data firm dedicated to informing citizens about the political process, Business Insider has identified the top 16 finance industry megadonors...Show More Summary
Just published: Political Job Hunt: An Insiders Guide to Finding a Job That Makes a Difference. This 236-page book contains more than a hundred actionable tips to help you find a job in politics, public policy and government affairs. You’ll [...] The post How to Find Your Dream Political Job appeared first on Political Wire.
More than 25 people were killed in the latest stadium riot—but Egypt’s hooligans aren’t just violent fans, they are wild cards in the country’s restive politics.
Daniel Malloy at the AJC’s Political Insider is reporting the former Savannah Congressman and Senatorial candidate Jack Kingston has a new job. Kingston will by a Pricipal at Squire Patton Boggs, a DC lobbying firm: Kingston’s listed duties do not, at this point, include lobbying. Show More Summary
There was a time when a U.S. president could wander around inside a moving train, by himself, during an afternoon. In 1948 Harry S. Truman made a surprise visit to the compartment of Alice Dunnigan, who, typewriter across her lap, was writing her story for the black press. Show More Summary
The Citizens United decision, which allowed for unlimited money spent in independent political campaigns to be counted as First Amendment free speech, turned five on Wednesday, Jan. 21. To mark that occasion, seven activists with the...Show More Summary
President Barack Obama says the political vacuum in Yemen hasn't affected U.S. counterterrorism operations inside the Middle Eastern country. Continue reading ? The post Obama: Upheaval in Yemen has not affected US counterterrorism ops appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
What’s Happening — Guantánamo Diary at Politics and Prose, 7 p.m. — Inside Media: Managing Scandal in a 24-Hour News Cycle at the Newseum, Saturday at 2:30 p.m. The Revolving Door Know someone starting or leaving a job? Let us know. Fishbowl...Show More Summary