Great Scot! Look at all this polling!

By David Gold and Luke Partridge Tomorrow, Scotland faces an independence referendum to break from the rest of the United Kingdom. Pro-union forces have been thrown into panic by a… Read more »

How Progressives Can Stop Worrying and Learn to Love Building Up

By Joseph Ferris Today’s National Historic Landmark was yesterday’s eyesore. During construction of Lower Manhattan’s Equitable Building in the 1910s, opponents of the project argued the structure and ones it… Read more »

How to Talk to Your Constituents About Birth Control

The Supreme Court’s 5-4 Hobby Lobby vs. Burwell’s decision struck down part of the Affordable Care Act requiring that employers provide contraception as part of their insurance coverage. The Court… Read more »

What companies can learn from Major League Baseball’s social media game

By Brysan Brown To stay on par with the increasingly popular NFL and NBA, Major League Baseball (MLB) is undergoing a robust and thoughtful social media outreach and engagement strategy… Read more »

Party Takeover?

By Sophia Yeres In last month’s Politico Magazine, former Clinton White House aide Doug Sosnik predicted that an “ascendant progressive and populist movement is on the verge of taking over… Read more »

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