With money corrupting politics, partisans shuttering government, and brinksmanship replacing leadership, this Christmas I'm giving the give the gift of democracy -- rubber stamping technology that's designed to stamp big money out of politics.
The Holy Grail for content producers is that one image, that one video, that one web-comic that captures the salivating, side-cracking, eye-misting audience connection. There is something inherently viral about the circulation of money.
The flow of big money doesn't necessarily mean that our politicians are bought and owned, but it gives large donors unparalleled access to candidates and unprecedented influence in shaping the national conversation and debate.
With a slew of men's underwear brands offering both one-time and ongoing promotions that donate a portion of sales to charities, it's never been easier for men to give back (in their underwear). We've compiled three stand-out ways to give.
There are certain aspects of America that I find enormously attractive -- the openness and friendliness of the people, their generosity and the lack of a stifling European-style class system. However, there is a side to America that I find extremely unsettling -- the relentless fixation on money.
The red carpet was true blue and the night officially Rökk'd but those attending the recent 22nd annual GLAAD Media Awards were genuinely moved by the heroic efforts the famed organization has executed over the last 25 years.
Long ago, we received our first letter from Nabisco informing us that Oreo was their most valued trademark, and that we would not be able to call our flavor Oreo Mint. We could however, they said, call it "Mint with Oreos."
From the latest news, you'd think America has turned the corner and is on the road to recovery. Far from it. There are major, structural deficiencies in our system that point in very negative directions.