August 26, 2018

Fernando Espuelas gave Mark Reed a very polite interview

Posted by Mark Reed on May 28, 2014 Listen to the interview here. https://bit.ly/2Lxpb8M. Fernando Espuelas‘ national daily radio talkshow airs on the Univision America Network, both on local radio stations and through the Internet, as well as on Univision Radio’s free iPhone or Android app. Monday to Friday at 2-4pm EST/1pm-3pm CST/11am-1pm PST, Fernando analyzes the key stories of the …

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August 26, 2018

Exploitation of Veterans During Primary

Posted by Mark Reed on June 03, 2014 How has Kleinman or even Sherman ever served the veterans, from WW2, they are exploiting? Other than for a photo-op. (Brad Sherman had a four car line up in 2012 and even rode TWICE in the parade route.) A printed piece from the Kleinman campaign arrived in mailboxes Saturday. On one side …

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August 26, 2018

Tax-credits To Resolve Consumer Privacy Protection

Posted by Mark Reed on August 16, 2014 Repeated violations of financial privacy via retail and online commerce seems to be the news item of 2014. Efforts to remedy and restore the security of transactions by Albertson’s for their patrons is exactly the responsibility the store should take. I am not a proponent of the Federal Government using situations, such as …

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August 26, 2018

All American Candidate Challenges 2% Political Article Accuracy

SEPTEMBER 05, 2014 The latest article from Katie McDonough, Salon’s Political writer, concerning the Demographics of candidates, cites stats from Seth Motel of Pew Research, and the result is a titillating title. Only 2 percent of the population has ever run for political office, and it’s mostly white men. First, let’s make sure it is noted that the long-term incumbent …

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August 26, 2018

Employ Marketing Skills To Distort Manufacturing Stats

POSTED BY MARK REED ON SEPTEMBER 02, 2014 A flash Labor Day Weekend headline by the LA Times is sure to cause encouragement for the unemployed, the recent college graduate, or the underemployed. HOWEVER, careful readers should question the validity of the interpretation of data: “Los Angeles is largest manufacturing center in U.S., government says.” While the article details the …

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