Month: February 15, 2013

Feb 15,2013

Theme Parties: What to Wear?

Theme parties and events offer an entertaining twist on the ordinary get-together. But they present a daunting challenge of “what to wear.” I have several specific theme events on my...

Feb 14,2013

Government Transparency Is Inevitable

Last week was an exciting one for government transparency advocates. Monday a memo outlining some of the legal justification and limits to the US government’s power to assassinate American citizens...

Feb 14,2013

Some More Not-Workings, Specifically Network Neglect

One mistake that many make is thinking that networking is only about making new relationships. Making new relationships is certainly important, but you also must maintain the network you’ve already...

Feb 13,2013

Qualities of the Best Policy Analysts

Last week, I shared a summary of what policy analysts do. Summarizing what it takes to be a policy analyst is a bit trickier. Besides having an interest in policy...

Feb 11,2013

Media ‘Spin Masters’ Don’t Help The Republic

Spin Masters: How the Media Ignored the Real News and Helped Reelect Barack Obama. David Freddoso, Editorial Page Editor at The Washington Examiner. Washington, DC: Regnery, 2013. 250 pp. When...