After a sluggish debate performance the Bloomberg campaign is launching new ads targeted at sleeping voters.
The City Pages hit, and Planned Parenthood not liking the billboards, is not just about a disagreement over a controversial issue. It’s about money.
It’s a curious decision to think that cutting America out of the ‘Sunday Night Football’ song is the ‘best’ way to celebrate an American sport’s 100-year-old heritage.
Kim Kardashian West’s Skims advertisement featuring Alice Johnson, a former drug dealer President Trump gave clemency, brings awareness to an awful story of imprisonment and the downfalls of the justice system.
A biopic about former Planned Parenthood worker Abby Johnson, ‘Unplanned’ crosses doctrinal divides to convey a powerful pro-life message.
Despite its public image, artificial intelligence software cannot yet match the versatile skills of even the most primitive mammals in the real world.
An estimated 5 million adults and 1 million children used homeopathy in the past year. Those who practice it believe microscopic amounts of natural substances can stimulate natural healing.
The whole ad exercise projects aura of a group therapy session, to get rid of that ‘anxiety’ or insecurity a lady might feel when exposed to an image of someone truly beautiful.
After a heavy investment of money and time, the company has wrapped the Johnnie Walker brand around a movement that many regard as anti-Semitic.
Pan-religious sentimentality survives in the current pope’s apparent embrace of Islam as morally equivalent to Judeo-Christian ethos and culture.
Boys are not lost because of toxic masculinity; they are lost because their fathers have been taken away from them and they cannot figure out how to fill that void with anything but rage and shame.
The Gillette commercial is a diabolical failure from the beginning because it establishes a wrong premise—that masculinity itself is abusive.
Ultimately, ‘Axe’ is a testament to the quality of ‘Veep’s’ satire, which is rooted in so accurate an understanding of Washington that it mocked Joe Donnelly’s ad years before someone ever conceived of it.
Producer: ‘Facebook is censoring this story and destroying our attempts to get the news about this film out to the public.’
Businesses exist to make money. Period. So what causes them to inevitably stray from things that make them money? Pride.
If it’s illegal for the Russians to try to persuade American voters to vote against Hillary Clinton, should it be illegal for the British to do the same against Donald Trump?
The ad ends with an African-American woman doing a sassy head swivel and saying, ‘F-ck New York and everyone in it.’ It’s hard for a big abortion business to stay classy, obviously.
Facebook and Google are both playing politics, but not the same politics, regarding online advertising related to Ireland’s upcoming referendum on abortion’s legality.
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