Category: Presentation Training

Live Blog: Democratic National Convention, 9/6/12

Welcome to our live blog of the Democratic National Convention!

I’ll live blog tonight’s proceedings from the final night at the Democratic National Convention from 9pm—11pm eastern.

Tonight’s highlights include speeches from President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden.

Please leave any thoughts in the comments section—I’ll use a few of them for the main thread.

Finally,

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Live Blog: Democratic National Convention, 9/5/12

Welcome to our live blog of the Democratic National Convention!

I’ll live blog tonight’s proceedings at the Democratic National Convention from 9pm—11pm eastern.

Tonight’s highlights include speeches from Former President Bill Clinton, Massachusetts Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren, and Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa.

Please leave any thoughts in the comments section—I’ll use a few of them for

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Live Blog: Democratic National Convention, 9/4/12

Welcome to our live blog of the Democratic National Convention!

For the next three nights, I’ll live blog the Democratic National Convention from 9pm—11pm eastern.

Tonight’s highlights include speeches from First Lady Michelle Obama, San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro, and Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel.

Please leave any thoughts in the comments section—I’ll use a few of them

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President Obama’s Biggest Mistake: A Classic Dodge?

During an interview with CBS News anchor Charlie Rose yesterday, President Obama was asked to identify the single biggest lesson he has learned in his first term.

Here’s how he answered the question:

“The nature of this office is also to tell a story to the American people that gives them a sense of unity

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President Obama: “The Private Sector Is Doing Fine”

At a press conference this morning, President Obama uttered a phrase he’s going to regret.

While speaking about the economy, he said, “the private sector is doing fine.” By some measurements, that may be true. But by making such a declarative statement, he handed his opponents a perfect opportunity to label him as “out of

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The Democrats’ Bill Maher Problem

On February 23, comedian Bill Maher announced that he was giving a one million dollar donation to President Obama’s Super PAC.

Conservatives immediately cried foul, pointing to Maher’s history of making incendiary – and often misogynistic – comments on his HBO show Real Time with Bill Maher and during his stand-up act.

Among other comments,

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President Obama vs. The Catholic Church

What’s more important to you: Women’s health or religious freedom?

That question, playing out in heated debates across the nation, may help determine whether or not President Obama can win re-election.

The controversy centers around the Obama Administration’s decision last month to require Catholic universities, hospitals, and charities to provide free access to contraceptives for

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President Obama: Election 2012 Preview

This is the 19th and final article in a weekly series looking at possible 2012 presidential contenders. Click here to learn more about the series.

When President Obama swept into office after a resounding win in November 2008, his communications efforts were near-perfect. But he’s failed to recover his communications mojo ever since the health care

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