Monthly Archives: April 2012

Slaying the Legacy Media at BlogCon

We were treated to great commentary on the main stream media’s agenda by a panel including John Nolte, James O’Keefe, and Pam Geller. The crazy focus by national news figures like Diane Sawyer on Mitt Romney’s dog riding in a … Continue reading

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Alex Lundry at BlogConCLT – Data Visualization

Data visualization is an effective tool in getting your message across. The same data can be interpreted differently if portrayed with different colors and/or shapes. Better design is associated with higher value. Pictures can increase data retention from 10% to … Continue reading

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Erik Telford at BlogConCLT – Information Activism

Erik Telford brought some great points to the conversation. We need to do more than wave signs and shoot slogans. Getting involved with our time is vital, as we’re up against a well-funded Left. Examples are ThinkProgress, Patch.com, and American … Continue reading

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BlogConCLT Kicks Off!

Laptops and iPads at the ready, BlogConCLT kicked off this morning with a dynamic video and the announcement that Kristina Ribali will be stepping into Tabitha Hale’s shoes at FreedomWorks. Best moment of the video? The very last second, with … Continue reading

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Holder’s War On Whitey

When one hears the title US Attorney General, it should inspire trust, honor, and integrity. Unfortunately, as with many things associated with the current administration, traditional adjectives do not apply.  What was billed as the “most transparent administration in history” … Continue reading

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