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Roger Stone Placed Under Gag Order by Federal Judge

Mr. Stone, a Republican operative who is under indictment in the special counsel’s investigation, had posted a picture on Instagram of the judge with cross hairs in the corner.
Tags: News, Social Media, Wikileaks, Trump, Stone, Mueller, Presidential Election of 2016, United States Politics and Government, Donald J, Roger J Jr, Instagram Inc, Robert S III


How to Test Twitter's New Features (And Help Fix It for Good)

Hate Twitter? Tired of seeing tweets out of order? Have longstanding complaints about its interface? Annoyed by Trump’s nonsensical tweets?Read more...
Tags: Mobile, Twitter, Tweet, Social Media, App, Lifehacks, Trump


Congressional Responses to Emergency Declarations

     As sixteen states and a host of private parties challenge President Trump’s emergency declaration in court, it seems timely to consider the other avenue for reversing his decision:   congressional override.   Although the odds likely are against such an override, the threat of one could affect how the Administration chooses to implement the President’s declaration.   It also could significantly alter other aspects of the legislative process.      To appreciate how Congress might inte...
Tags: Congress, Senate, Defense, Military, House, Pentagon, Branding, Administration, Trump, McConnell, INS, Congress Most, Chadha, David Super


Using `who will be the dem VP choice' article in class

I recently read an absurd article that speculated on who the Democratic VICE prez nominees will be. Yes, you read that right, VICE Prez. Gee, wouldn't knowing who the Prez nominees was first help. But leave it to Nate Silver and company to have a fascinating yet... premature article on this. Here is the link: article on who will be Dem VP nominee.  Its hard enough to pick the VP when the Prez is known! I did a blog on how badly intrade would do on predicting VP, here. I didn't predict that intra...
Tags: Seo, Paul ryan, BETO, Al Franken, Trump, Fed, Palin, Don, McCain, Edwards, IFF, Cory Booker, Prez, Nate Silver, Clinton Gore, Quayle


Trump Tweeted a Photo of Iranian Protest. He Didn’t Ask the Journalist Who Took It.

Yalda Moayeri, a photojournalist from Iran, said that she felt “cheated and abused” when she saw that President Trump had used one of her images without permission.
Tags: Photography, News, Social Media, Iran, Demonstrations, Trump, Donald J, United States International Relations, Protests and Riots, Iranian-Americans, Yalda Moayeri


What Trump’s AI Executive Order Means for Businesses

President Donald Trump signed an executive order on Monday calling on government agencies to prioritize artificial intelligence efforts as worries grow that China may be outpacing the United States in implementing the technology. The so-called American AI Initiative encourages more AI-centric education, more access to the data and cloud computing tools needed to build AI...
Tags: General, China, Advertising, Artificial Intelligence, United States, Donald Trump, Trump, American Ai Initiative


Justice Ginsburg made a public appearance last week — but the internet still thinks she’s dead

On Monday, the day before President Trump’s State of the Union Address, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg attended a performance celebrating her life at a museum in Washington — her first public appearance since December. It did little to convince the internet’s most morbid conspiracy theorists that she wasn’t dead. Justice Ginsburg, or RBG as she’s known to her fans on the internet, underwent surgery on her left lung in November to remove malignant nodules, a surgery that doctors say we...
Tags: Startups, Washington, Social Media, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Trump, Ginsburg, RBG, State of the Union Address Supreme Court


Medicare for All: A Time for Honesty

E. Kent Yucel                 I would like to give some additional perspective on the widely-touted Medicare for All (MFA) movement, which seems almost to have become a litmus test for being considered a competitive Democratic presidential candidate. Unfortunately, MFA, as it is used in the parlance of most advocates as well as the Democratic presidential candidates, skips over several important issues. These issues cut to the heart of whether or not MFA is a feasible approach to achieving u...
Tags: Europe, Germany, Boston, US, Canada, United States, United Kingdom, Switzerland, Medicare, Branding, Guest Blogger, Trump, MFA, Tufts Medical School, Kent Yucel


Are we in an unrecognized constitutional crisis?

The term "constitutional crisis" is much bandied around these days.  Jack and I wrote an article about a decade ago offering some quite stringent conditions for a genuine "constitutional crisis" to exist, and he has argued that its use during the Trump presidency has been misleading.  He and I might slightly disagree on the main point, for I do believe that the failure of the Constitution to provide an alternative to the clearly inefficacious mechanisms of the Impeachment Clause and the 25th Ame...
Tags: Post, Washington Post, Senate, Defense, Gop, Interior Department, Jack, Donald Trump, Madison, Branding, Trump, Matthew Whitaker, Sandy Levinson, David Bernhardt, William Barr


This General Doesn’t Mention Trump, but His Tweets Speak Volumes

A former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff doles out lessons in restraint for a hot-tempered commander in chief.
Tags: Twitter, News, Obama, Mexico, Social Media, United States, Barack, Trump, Dempsey, Andrew, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Joint Chiefs of Staff, Duke University, Carnegie, United States Coast Guard, National Basketball Assn


The General and His Tweets

A former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff doles out lessons in restraint for a hot-tempered commander in chief.
Tags: Twitter, News, Obama, Mexico, Social Media, United States, Barack, Trump, Dempsey, Andrew, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Joint Chiefs of Staff, Duke University, Carnegie, United States Coast Guard, National Basketball Assn


The Best and Worst Branding of 2018

Design can be powerful. Thriving businesses know this and regularly rely on good design to create influential and impressive brand identities and brands. As we recently wrote, No successful company has ever left its brand and branding to chance. Instead, smart companies are intentional and public about their mission and values, among other things. There’s a good reason for this. 87% of consumers will purchase a product solely because of brand values. In 2018, we saw some terrific examples of st...
Tags: Uber, Design, London, White House, Sales, New York Times, Michelle Obama, Heineken, Duracell, DuPont, Time Magazine, Oprah Winfrey, Fast Company, Mailchimp, Branding, Ftc




Leon Bridges Turns Trump's Tweets Into Songs [VIDEO]

Donald Trump is known for his outrageous tweets, and newly Grammy nominated singer Leon Bridges turned them into short songs this week on Jimmy Kimmel Live! It's hard to know if one should laugh or cry... photo:  Michael Vadon [CC BY-SA 2.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0)] [Author: Bruce Houghton]
Tags: Twitter, Music, Jimmy Kimmel, Tweets, Social Media, Donald Trump, Trump, Leon Bridges, Bruce Houghton, Michael Vadon


Morning Docket: 01.23.19

* “Trump is screaming. He’s so mad at Rudy.” After yet another botched interview, President Trump is reportedly “furious” with Rudy Giuliani, and word on the street is that he’s being told to dump the former New York mayor before any additional damage can be done. Best of luck, because he very obviously needs it. [Vanity Fair] * Justice will prevail... at least until the end of the month: The federal judiciary is still clinging to life amid the government shutdown, and the Administrative Office...
Tags: New York, Supreme Court, Law, Washington Post, Social Media, Courts, Donald Trump, Government Shutdown, Rudy Giuliani, Law Schools, Aba, Second Amendment, Trump, Stormy Daniels, House of Delegates, ATL


The Covington Scissor

Welcome to another controversy algorithmically designed to tear America apart.
Tags: News, America, Social Media, Demonstrations, Trump, Donald J, Protests and Riots, Covington (Ky


A Viral Hit, 7 Months Delayed: Aeroméxico’s DNA Ad Shows the Unpredictability of Organic Video

If you work for an ad agency, you might not want your client to read this. But then again, maybe absolutely do. In recent days, an Aerom?xico ad that plays on some Americans' anti-Mexico sentiment has become a viral hit thanks to social media and the increasing national tension amid a government shutdown over Trump's...
Tags: Mexico, Advertising, Trump, Aeromexico, AdFreak




ACLU Is Suing the Federal Government for Information About Social Media Surveillance Practices

The American Civil Liberties Union Foundation filed a lawsuit in the Northern District of California against the federal government on Thursday over its social media surveillance practices, specifically relating to the Trump administration’s controversial immigration policy known as “extreme vetting.”Read more...
Tags: Science, Social Media, Aclu, Immigrants, Trump, Northern District of California, Social Media Surveillance, Extreme Vetting, American Civil Liberties Union Foundation


President Trump's Former Lawyer Paid Liberty University Employee to Rig Online Polls: Report

If you think that 2019 is already too weird to be real, strap in. It’s getting weirder by the day.Read more...
Tags: Twitter, Science, Social Media, Donald Trump, Rudy Giuliani, Trump, Liberty University, Jerry Falwell Jr, Michael Cohen, Trump Organization, President Trump, Redfinch Solutions


On Technology: How Secrecy Fuels Facebook Paranoia

The social platform knows everything that happens within its walls — that’s the whole point — but it is oddly reticent when it comes to misinformation campaigns.
Tags: News, Social Media, Trump, Facebook Inc, Computers and the Internet, Donald J, Internet Research Agency (Russia


Blocking Constituents from Facebook Page Violates First Amendment–Davison v. Randall

The Chair of Loudoun County Board of Supervisors blocked a constituent on her official Facebook page. While the block was temporary, Davison, the constituent, filed a lawsuit, and prevailed after a bench trial. The Fourth Circuit affirms the main points. The court first says Davison has standing to pursue his claims. He was subject to past enforcement, and the Chair has not “disavowed” future enforcement. The Chair also challenged whether she had acted under color of law in administering the Ch...
Tags: Facebook, Supreme Court, Law, Kentucky, Virginia, Social Media, Randall, Knight Foundation, Trump, Board, Morgan, McIntyre, Fourth Circuit, Eric, Rossignol, Bevin


‘This is Happening’ in Upwork’s Colorful, Freelance-Powered World

Duncan Channon has released new creative work for Upwork. The campaign titled “This is Happening” has fun with an experience familiar to us in corporate America: the “oh sh**, how am I going to get this done!?” moment when an ambitious goal or project lands on our desk. In a colorful, quirky world that’s hip to Upwork’s freelance platform, managers in three TV spots transform this fleeting anxiety into the thrill of making things happen -- thanks of course, to skilled freelancers easily found on...
Tags: Technology, La, Advertising, America, Smith, Upwork, Trump, Nilsson, Greenberg, Peckham, McCormick, Lem, McKinsey Global Institute, Gustafson, Duncan Channon, McComas


Anti-Gay and Sexist Posts Cost Sergei Polunin a Role in Paris

The dancer’s social media posts, declaring his dislike for homosexuals and embracing Putin and Trump, caused a furor online.
Tags: News, Putin, Social Media, Dancing, Paris, Trump, Paris Opera Ballet, Sergei Polunin, Polunin, Paris (France, Sergei (1989-


A Solution to the Shutdown from Nicholas Biddle

Nicholas Biddle during the first Jackson administration devised what he thought was the perfect plan for ensuring Congress rechartered the Second National Bank of the United States, which he directed.   Although the Bank’s charter was not due to expire until 1836, Biddle asked his Congressional supporters to seek a recharter in 1832.   Biddle and his political allies were confident that Jackson would not dare to make the bank an issue in the forthcoming presidential election.   If Jackson v...
Tags: Congress, Mexico, United States, Bank, Jackson, Branding, Trump, Congressional, Biddle, Mark Graber, Nicholas Biddle, Second National Bank of the United States, Nicholas Biddle Barrier Law Congress


'Judge me by the enemies I have made': Comey and Trump share FDR quote

Former FBI director issues veiled tweet in wake of bombshell report – but president appears fond of the line himselfOn Friday, the New York Times released a bombshell report which said the FBI reacted to Donald Trump’s firing of FBI director James Comey in May 2017 by opening an investigation into the president’s ties with Russia. Related: FBI reportedly opened inquiry into whether Trump was working for Russia Continue reading...
Tags: Russia, Social Media, US news, Fbi, US politics, New York Times, Donald Trump, James Comey, Trump, Comey, Trump-Russia investigation


'Judge me by my enemies': Comey and Trump find common ground in FDR line

Former FBI director issues veiled tweet in wake of bombshell report – but president appears fond of the quote himselfOn Friday, the New York Times released a bombshell report which said the FBI reacted to Donald Trump’s firing of FBI director James Comey in May 2017 by opening an investigation into the president’s ties with Russia. Related: FBI reportedly opened inquiry into whether Trump was working for Russia Continue reading...
Tags: Russia, Social Media, US news, Fbi, US politics, New York Times, Donald Trump, James Comey, Trump, Comey, Trump-Russia investigation


Trump vs. Ocasio-Cortez: Who Will Win the Internet?

They both know how to control the narrative. But one of them comes across as a human being and the other as a cartoon bobblehead.
Tags: Twitter, News, Social Media, Alexandria, Trump, Computers and the Internet, Donald J, Ocasio-Cortez


Unpacking the "Transgender in the Military" Cases

As many Balkinization readers may know, a few weeks ago the Solicitor General filed petitions for certiorari “before judgment” with the Supreme Court in three cases (Nos. 18-676, 677, 678) challenging then-Secretary of Defense Mattis’s new policy regarding transgender service-members.  In each of the cases a district court preliminarily enjoined DOD from implementing the new policy.  On Friday, however, a D.C. Circuit panel in one of the cases (consisting of Judges Griffith, Wilkins and Williams...
Tags: Supreme Court, Obama, Obama Administration, California, Defense, Court, America, Williams, Doj, Ash Carter, Branding, Trump, Nixon, Dod, Carter, D C Circuit



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