Potential leaders of the free world, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, duking it out 
like 4th graders on national television (Source: Giphy.com)

5 steps to win arguments and avoid conflict using PR

As we read in 1 Corinthians 13:11, “When I was a child, I talked like a child, I thought like a child, I reasoned like a child. When I became a man, I set aside childish ways.” Right? Wrong. An adult who doesn’t reason “like a child” is a refreshing abnormality …

Previous presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump committed some communications errors that could have been easily avoided. (Photo Source: Common Dreams)

4 lessons Clinton and Trump should have learned from “The West Wing”

The whirlwind of presidential election news, opinions, polls and debates that dominated the news cycle recently came to an end, but we can still learn from the communications successes and failures each campaign experienced. Here, we’re going to focus more on correcting …

Donald Trump leads most polls by eight percent according to Real Clear Politics. (Gage Skidmore. Flickr.com)

The PR race to the Republican nomination

Is Donald Trump trumping Ted Cruz with his PR strategy—maintaining his substantial lead? Or is Ted Cruz going to cruise past Trump in the race for the nomination with his PR strategy?  Although they are each seeking to represent the same party, they are each doing so very differently. DONALD …