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Arizona Lottery: Holiday Warrior


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Arizona Lottery: Plenty of Prizes to Go Around


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Arizona Lottery: A Whole Lot of Good


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Arizona Lottery: Lightning Fast Wins


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Is Dave Ramsey’s Advice Right for You?

Dave Ramsey is a sensation in the world of personal finance. He may even be the most popular financial guru of our time. He has had several TV shows, he’s a best-selling author, he’s created classes that are now taught all across the country, and he has his own radio show too. When a man has these kinds of credentials, we must all see if his advice is right for us. I first heard of Dave Ramsey from my parents. They were about to enroll in his series of in-person classes called ‘Financial Peace ...
Tags: Apple, Marketing, Lifestyle, Debt, Dave, Suze Orman, Arizona, Nebraska, Credit, Clark, Dave Ramsey, Denmark Sweden, Financial Peace University, Clark Howard Suze, Right Financial Advice


The Ultimate Guide to Using GIFs in Marketing

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Tags: Instagram, Seo, Content Marketing, Arizona, University Of Arizona, Cbc, Moira, Gfycat, Moira Rose, University of Arizona To, Compuserv, GIPHY Tenor, GIPHY Artists Network GIPHY


How to Start an LLC: The 7 Step Beginner’s Guide

Starting a new business is one of the best accomplishments in your life, but the time you spend worrying about personal liability or filing the right legal paperwork is time spent away from making your business great. That’s why learning how to start an LLC is a smart move. Not only do LLC’s shield your personal assets from any business liabilities, but they’re fast and easy to set up. In just 7 steps and zero lawyers required, we’ll show you how to start an LLC today. What is an LLC? LLC stan...
Tags: Hbo, Mississippi, Massachusetts, Marketing, Arizona, Sam, Start A Business, Irs, State, Don, LLC, EIN, Limited Liability Company, Business Skills, IRS FBI DOT, EIN EIN


How an internet lie about the Capitol invasion turned into an instant conspiracy theory

Just as well-known, easily identifiable far-right figures livestreamed themselves invading the Capitol in Washington, DC, a lie started spreading around the Trump-supporting internet: What if the mob was actually a group of antifa activists trying to make the president’s supporters look bad? The rumor was false, and debunked repeatedly—not least by the words and actions of the MAGA personalities who were leading the charge in front of a live audience. The lie had been seeded already, since f...
Tags: Facebook, Twitter, Florida, Politics, Congress, Washington, Senate, Social Media, Ap, Fox, Washington Dc, House, Arizona, Innovation, Republican, Donald Trump


Disinformation and the disingenuous discourse of victimhood

From the Workshop on  “News and Information Disorder in the 2020 US Presidential Election.”  Ari Ezra Waldman Donald Trump lies. He lies about many things. But most recently he has been lying about the 2020 election. He claims that if it weren’t for “fraud” associated with mail-in ballots in Pennsylvania, Georgia, Wisconsin, Michigan, and Arizona, he would have won the election. There is, of course, no evidence of systemic fraud. The only incidents of fraud identified in Pennsylvania were ...
Tags: Dane, Milwaukee, US, Georgia, Joe Biden, Pennsylvania, Northampton, Arizona, Republican Party, Republican, Donald Trump, Black, Knight Foundation, Branding, Guest Blogger, Trump


The 2020 election integrity partnership

From the Workshop on  “News and Information Disorder in the 2020 US Presidential Election.”  Jevin West “They gave Trump voters sharpies and now their votes are being invalidated! WTF!” An unverified user posted this tweet shortly after the Arizona polls closed. Within a few hours, the tweet and others like it went viral. The official (verified) Pima County account tweeted a response to Sharpiegate, stating that felt-tipped pens could be used to vote; they would not invalidate a ballot...
Tags: Twitter, Washington, Stanford, US, Arizona, West Coast, Knight Foundation, Branding, Guest Blogger, Trump, University of Washington, CIP, Pima County, Cross, Jevin West, Information School


"My Grandfather voted a straight Democrat ticket this year."

"If he were still living, he never would have done that." Dov Fischer in a recent Spectator piece asked the question: "What kind of sore-losing idiot would suspect Democrats of voter fraud?"  He answered:A remarkably sensible, adequately intelligent, reasonably skeptical idiot — with a graduate degree in American history, who knows what Democrats in this country have done in previous elections. Democrat election fraud is so prevalent that we make jokes about it, and have for years.  New York'...
Tags: Facebook, Politics, New York, Guns, Supreme Court, Senate, Milwaukee, Barack Obama, Dnc, Social Media, Atlanta, Georgia, Joe Biden, Fbi, Chicago, Brooklyn


Presidential Immigration Federalism

For the Symposium on Adam Cox and Cristina Rodriguez,  The President and Immigration Law  (Oxford University Press, 2020) . Pratheepan Gulasekaram             In The President and Immigration Law, Adam Cox and Cristina Rodriguez provide a compelling historical and contemporary account of the centrality of the president to immigration law. My contribution to this symposium accepts the premise that the President is a co-principal in immigration lawmaking, and focuses instead on the relationsh...
Tags: Supreme Court, Obama, Congress, Court, Gop, United States, Arizona, Kansas, States, John Mccain, Biden, Doj, Branding, Guest Blogger, Trump, Garcia


Walmart Revs Up a Self-Driving Delivery Pilot with a Twist

Walmart is preparing for yet another self-driving delivery pilot in Arizona. This time, it's in the Phoenix suburb of Scottsdale with San Francisco-based self-driving car company Cruise. Like prior tests, Walmart said customers in the area will be able to place orders for contact-free delivery. The distinction--and it's an important one considering Walmart wants to...
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How U.S. newspapers covered Joe Biden’s win

From Los Angeles to Arizona to Chicago to New York and beyond.
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See the front pages: How U.S. newspapers covered Joe Biden’s win

From Los Angeles to Arizona to Chicago to New York and beyond.
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The Chris Voss Show Podcast – October Surprise: How the FBI Tried to Save Itself and Crashed an Election by Devlin Barrett Interview

October Surprise: How the FBI Tried to Save Itself and Crashed an Election by Devlin Barrett Interview The 2016 Election, which altered American political history, was not decided by the Russians or in Ukraine or by Steve Bannon. The event that broke Hillary’s blue wall in the Midwest and swung Florida and North Carolina was an October Surprise, and it was wholly a product of the leadership of the FBI. This is the inside story by the reporter closest to its center. In September 2016, ...
Tags: Podcast, New York Post, Florida, US, Seo, Ukraine, Fbi, Hillary Clinton, Arizona, North Carolina, Hillary, Wall Street Journal, Justice Department, Clinton, Midwest, Chris Voss


TikTok takes down some hashtags related to election misinformation, leaves others

As social media platforms struggle to get U.S. election misinformation under control with varying degrees of success, TikTok has taken new actions to stop people from searching and browsing select hashtags associated with misinformation and conspiracies related to the U.S. election results. The video app has redirected some hashtags — including #RiggedElection, #SharpieGate and others — where users have been publishing election misinformation. And it has taken down various videos making claims o...
Tags: Social, Facebook, Apps, Twitter, Elections, Instagram, Social Networks, US, Social Media, Tech, Hashtag, Arizona, Trump, 2020 Election, Tiktok, Sharpiegate


How Daisy changed political advertising

Election Day, November 3: A polarizing Republican candidate who has spent much of his adult life heading a family business faces a Democrat who has spent most of his adult life as an elected official. The Republican has been branded as an extremist, a narcissist, and possibly a fascist—none of which deters his fanatical supporters. The Democrat is overshadowed by a glamorous predecessor and tarred by a specious eleventh-hour scandal. In the background—or foreground, depending on your perspectiv...
Tags: Europe, Books, Politics, Television, Nbc, Mississippi, Abc, Washington Post, Ebay, White House, Advertising, US, America, San Francisco, History, Hillary Clinton


Some (Old) Thoughts on the (Re)Emerging Article II Argument About Presidential Elections

 Justice Kavanaugh, perhaps remembering his role in Bush v. Gore, re-ups Chief Justice Rehnquist's argument there (calling it "persuasive[]") that Article II places limits on the power of state courts to interpret state statutes specifying the rules for selecting presidential electors. The argument focuses on the text: Article II says that electors shall be chosen "in such manner as the Legislature ... shall direct."Suppose a litigant says that the statutes so specifying are unclear in some way....
Tags: Court, Arizona, States, Branding, Gore, Bush, State, U S Supreme Court, Legislature, Florida Supreme Court, State Supreme Court, Kavanaugh, Rehnquist, Mark Tushnet


Part Three: Why State-by-State Ranked Choice Voting Should Be a Higher Priority Than National Plurality Winners

For the Balkinization Symposium on  Alexander Keyssar, Why Do We Still Have the Electoral College? (Harvard University Press, 2020), and Jesse Wegman, Let the People Pick the President: The Case for Abolishing the Electoral College (St. Martin's Press, 2020). Edward Foley             Part Two explained why a constitutional amendment to elect presidents based on a national popular majority vote would be ideal and why that ideal is unattainable for the foreseeable future. He...
Tags: Florida, Supreme Court, California, Maine, Arizona, Wisconsin, Ohio, Michigan, Biden, Branding, Clinton, Guest Blogger, Trump, Electoral College, Harvard University Press, Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission


The Unpersuasive Empiricism Regarding Universal Mail-in Voting Fraud

  Ian Ayres & Pranjal Drall President Trump has railed against states that send ballots automatically to all registered voters for months. In the recent presidential debate, he stated , “As far as the ballots are concerned, it's a disaster...a solicited ballot is OK but an unsolicited ballot is not...It's a rigged election.” Currently, only nine states and the District of Columbia (home to 21 percent of the population) send ballots to all registered voters. Out of the remain...
Tags: Supreme Court, Montana, Arizona, Navajo Nation, Nevada, Biden, District Of Columbia, South Carolina, Branding, Trump, Pence, Utah Trump, Ian Ayres, California Biden, Colorado Biden, Pennsylvania North Carolina


Athletics sign Jake Lamb after his release from Arizona - HardballTalk

Athletics sign Jake Lamb after his release from Arizona   HardballTalk
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No one would ever write these about Britney Spears.

Scholars of pop culture know that celebrity culture is hardly a recent creation. You can read the newspapers of the 19th century (and earlier) and get the same obsession with celebrities, the same celebration of people who are famous for being famous, and the same fixation on appearance and style over achievement and substance. But modern American celebrity culture really began at the end of the 19th century, with the appearance of Buffalo Bill. (For more on this I recommend Larry McMurtry's...
Tags: Google, Europe, Japan, Hollywood, Mexico, Wikipedia, Germany, Nazis, America, United States, Alaska, Paris, Arizona, Portugal, Stasi, Poland


6 ways to diversify and expand during the pandemic

Agents from across the Southwest shared their tips on how to succeed and expand during an Inman Connect Now session on Tuesday.
Tags: Utah, Real Estate, Texas, Technology, Instagram, Colorado, Social Media, Austin, Radio, Arizona, Agent, Park City, San Antonio, Facebook Live, Southwest, Phoenix


Agency Brief: Matthew McConaughey steps out of a Lincoln to talk to Stan Richards

Plus, 9thWonder debuts brand refresh and first campaign for Arizona's NHL and Chemistry and Cam Kirk Studios partner to grow job opportunities for Atlanta's Black creatives.
Tags: Matthew Mcconaughey, Advertising, Atlanta, Arizona, Lincoln, NHL, Stan Richards, Cam Kirk Studios


Arizona Taps CenturyLink

CenturyLink has picked up a bit of government business in the desert southwest. The State of Arizona has awarded the company a new AZNet contract for connectivity and managed IT. ... [visit site to read more]
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Brand Moves for Wednesday July 15

Twenty weeks ago, when the gravity of the situation became clear, we started daily reporting on how brands were dealing with the COVID-19 crisis. What’s now becoming clear is that the current climate is one of near-perpetual disruption. So we made the decision to keep on telling the stories of inspiring brand leadership and strategy amid the latest crises in an anxious world. Our goal remains the same: to provide an up-to-the-minute source of information, inspiration and insight on brand moves ...
Tags: Verizon, Nordstrom, UK, Advertising, US, Atlanta, Best Buy, Arizona, Square, Cbs, Starbucks, Ac Dc, Nascar, Costco, Ocado, Kroger


This Should Be Biden’s Bumper Sticker

He will need a simple, clear message to counter Trump’s “Make America Great Again” trope.
Tags: News, Social Media, United States, Arizona, Biden, Trump, Facebook Inc, Donald J, Joseph R Jr, Presidential Election of 2020, Arctic Regions, Bumper Stickers, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV


Brand Moves for Wednesday June 24

Seventeen weeks ago, when the gravity of the situation became clear, we started daily reporting on how brands were dealing with the COVID-19 crisis. What’s now becoming clear is that the current climate is one of near-perpetual disruption. So we made the decision to keep on telling the stories of inspiring brand leadership and strategy amid the latest crises in an anxious world. Our goal remains the same: to provide an up-to-the-minute source of information, inspiration and insight on brand mov...
Tags: Google, Twitter, Florida, Microsoft, Satya Nadella, Advertising, Disney, Walmart, Arizona, Patagonia, Walt Disney World, Orange County, Black Lives Matter, Major League Baseball, Fandango, Banana Republic


YouTube star Jake Paul denies looting Arizona mall during George Floyd protests

Footage emerges of 23-year-old in looted Scottsdale mallGeorge Floyd protests: live coverageDispatch from Minneapolis: the night the city cracked downThe YouTube star Jake Paul has denied taking part in looting at an Arizona mall on Saturday night.Video emerged on Sunday of Paul standing inside a looted mall in Scottsdale, Arizona. Continue reading...
Tags: Technology, Media, Minneapolis, Youtube, Social Media, World news, US news, Digital Media, Arizona, Scottsdale, PAUL, Floyd, Jake Paul, George Floyd, Scottsdale Arizona Continue



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