Whoopi Goldberg vs. Jeanine Pirro: How Not to Behave on Live TV

So, Whoopi Goldberg had a bit of a meltdown on The View this week. Fox News “Justice with Judge Jeanine” host Jeanine Pirro appeared on the show on Thursday to promote her new book “Liars, Leakers, and Liberals: The Case Against the Anti-Trump Conspiracy.” As seems to be fairly typical for the President’s supporters, she … Continue reading Whoopi Goldberg vs. Jeanine Pirro: How Not to Behave on Live TV

Nicki Minaj and the Power of an Image to Create Controversy

Nicki Minaj is one of those celebrities that makes headlines as a matter of course. She doesn’t have to do much. Thanks to her enhanced curves, racy rap lyrics and unsmiling, unapologetically sexual visage, just standing there in one of her over-the-top costumes is usually enough. Case in point, her recent shoot for Elle, which … Continue reading Nicki Minaj and the Power of an Image to Create Controversy

Bill Clinton: The President’s Apology Is Still Missing

I was at the Javits Center working with a client last week when I noticed we were sharing the convention hall with the BookExpo. There was a huge banner advertising Bill Clinton’s new book with James Patterson. I thought, ‘Huh. That’s an interesting pairing. Marketable and attention grabbing, for sure.’ I’m not sure I’ve ever … Continue reading Bill Clinton: The President’s Apology Is Still Missing

When Communicating Tough or Divisive Topics, Employ a Little Finesse

For weeks I’ve been trying to figure out a theme with which to resurrect my YouTube channel. I’ve literally been gone since November – the last time I posted a video – and it’s ridiculous. I’m in the content creation business, and video is huge. I’m seriously missing the boat. It’s likely I’m overthinking the … Continue reading When Communicating Tough or Divisive Topics, Employ a Little Finesse