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Beyond Reason: The Clashing of the Political Parties and the Propaganda that Instigates it All

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The 2016 Presidential Election is less than a week away and every person has a very loud and particular opinion on each party’s candidates. That includes former spokesperson for Democrats Abroad and the Democratic Party in Belgium during the 2008 presidential campaign cycle, J.P. Bernbach. Bernbach recently published Beyond Reason: Debunking Conservative Lies, Delusions and Falsehoods and What You Really Need to Know Before You Vote (Astor + Blue Editions, September 1, 2016), a comprehensive look at American Conservatism and how we’re experiencing a complete breakdown of our democracy as we know it. We asked Bernbach, in order to better understand where the divide currently happening in this country is coming from, about Beyond Reason and some of the issues facing the Democratic party.…

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Who’s Whispering Sweet Nothings in the President’s Ear?

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In Dr. Lauren A. Wright’s latest book, On Behalf of the President: Presidential Spouses and White House Communications Strategy Today (Praeger, April 18, 2016), she argues that first ladies are far more than a decorative political spouse, but rather an essential team player who is mobilized to enhance the public reputation of a presidential candidate and their policy agenda and, according to her data, they make a profound influence on public opinion. No first lady better typifies this than Michelle Obama who made more speeches and public appearances in her first six years than any other presidential spouse in history. The book also documents the growing presence of the presidents’ wives in the communications strategies of the last three administrations (Clinton, Bush…

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