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Calm down Indian media, the sky is not falling on America

Nov 12, 2012

Calm down Indian media, the sky is not falling on America

Anand Mahindra quips that America is so split that you'll soon need two visas to visit it. But is all this hand-wringing warranted? Is the sky really falling on America's head? #Barack Obama #ToTheContrary #US2012
Liberal America was a bigger winner than Obama this election

Nov 08, 2012

Liberal America was a bigger winner than Obama this election

On Tuesday November 6 2012, a cultural war crashed on its face in America. The old hot-button issues, homosexuality, pot, abortion, just aren't as red-hot anymore. And the cultural warriors will have to find new enemies. #CultureDecoder #Barack Obama #US2012 #Tammy Baldwin #Culture war #Patrick Buchanan
Pre-Christmas Winter sale, not prez polls, on Chicago's mind

Nov 05, 2012

Pre-Christmas Winter sale, not prez polls, on Chicago's mind

At the crowded shopping malls on Michigan Avenue in the heart of Chicago, only one word resonates. No, it is not 'Election' but 'Sale'. And vote? Ah, we will see about that on Tuesday. #Barack Obama #Mitt Romney #US2012 #GroundReport
6 Nov polls: Why history is on Romney's side

Nov 05, 2012

6 Nov polls: Why history is on Romney's side

Republican candidates have won all six previous elections held on 6 November, and that's propitious for Mitt Romney. But the results of the 'cookie bake-off' proxy vote may give him something to chew on. #Barack Obama #Mitt Romney #US Presidential Election 2012 #US2012
Majority of Americans predict Obama will win again: Gallup

Nov 01, 2012

Majority of Americans predict Obama will win again: Gallup

A majority of Americans continue to believe that Obama will win re-election over Romney, by 54 percent to 34 percent, the Gallup said which took the polls over the weekend on 27 and 28 October. #Barack Obama #NewsTracker #Mitt Romney #US2012

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Majority of Americans predict Obama will win again: Gallup

Jul 02, 2014

This Chart Shows Which World Leaders Are the Most Powerful on Twitter

Twitter has become a tool for digital diplomacy among world leaders. Here are some of the most interesting observations from this year's Twiplomacy study , an annual study by global public relations firm Burson-Marsteller. Most followed world leaders... #Venezuela #United Nations #India #Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono #Burson-Marsteller
Majority of Americans predict Obama will win again: Gallup

Jun 27, 2014

Hashflags and kissing the Queen: how the #WorldCup’s played out on Twitter

Let’s face it: given the tendency to flock to Twitter to discuss real time events, the fact that so many major players have their own account and the social network’s custom team-tracking features, the World Cup was always going to be a big thing on ... #London #Portugal national football team
Majority of Americans predict Obama will win again: Gallup

Jun 24, 2014

Fact-Checking Walmart's Fact-Check Of The New York Times

Accused of paying its workers too little, Walmart has responded in the most 2014 way possible: by being snarky on the Internet with a "fact check." Unfortunately, it is longer on snark than on facts. Walmart rep David Tovar recently took a digital re... #ExxonMobil #Wal-Mart #Timothy Egan #Tucker Carlson #Chevron Corporation #Wells Fargo #Wall Street #James Taranto #New York Times Company #Wall Street Journal