Six Online Marketing Strategies that Really Work

With the application of technology in marketing and advertising, a paradigm shift has been realized. The internet specifically has had a profound effect on marketing and has completely revolutionized how businesses are noticed and gain customers. To take advantage of these online marketing platforms, your business has to institute effective strategies and below are some of the best bets.… [Read more]

Fashion Frame of Mind: Most Green Conscious Retailers of 2015

These days, having an energy-efficient home, driving a gas-sipping automobile, and recycling are a must if you want to show dedication to preserving our environment. This trend has made its way into fashion, and now there are designers and companies striving to create more products and run their businesses in the most environmentally-friendly way possible. The following are some of the leaders in eco-friendly retail and what they are doing differently.… [Read more]

Same To You, Justice Scalia.

Did Fat Tony just give us all the bird? Well, yes and no. No, he didn’t do this publicly — as far as we know — but, yes, he’s been giving the USA the bird since 1986 when President Reagan appointed him to the Supreme Court.… [Read more]

Stanley Hudson, Fashion Designer: A Class Act

I started watching Project Runway this year in an attempt to understand what designers are thinking when they fashion clothing. First and most important, the best designers are artists first.  I like artists; after all, I am one.… [Read more]

A Kiss is Just a Kiss

The Academy Awards were just a week ago so, before everyone moves on (well, most of us have already moved on), let’s talk about kissing.… [Read more]

Ted Cruz: Seeing Red

So, just who is this Tea Party-approved Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas), anyhow? When we first saw his picture, we thought we were looking at Joe McCarthy.… [Read more]

Giving up the Popedom for Lent

Every day, it seems, there’s a new story or rumor of an imminent scandal involving the decision of Pope Benedict XVI to resign as of this Thursday.… [Read more]

Cleavage, Cleavage, Everywhere.

OK, I’m sick of it. It’s always been on the covers of men’s magazines, and on the covers of women’s magazines. On television, movies and videos, every female down to the age of 10 has cleavage showing. But, I’ve gotten pretty used to seeing the edges of implants, clearly visible, ogled on television and in real life.… [Read more]

Banking Our Stem Cells

I keep thinking about stem cells. When are they going to get to the point that they can not only grow new custom noses and ears in molds with them, but inject them in knees and necks and backs to restore what used to be good, or might have been good, or something?

Time takes its toll and we all know it.… [Read more]

Richard Hodo Equates Gay Rights Groups With The KKK

When individuals attempt to talk about politically charged topics like Civil Rights with people who do not share their point of view, they may encounter a style of argument that very much resembles the classic Lucy/Harpo mirror routine, but with a generally abysmally small amount of ensuing hilarity.  This is true whether one is “watching” the old, original black vs.… [Read more]