Making WhiteHouse.gov Great Again?


Any time the White House changes hands, especially between two different political parties, there are going to be some hurdles to overcome during transition. However, it appears that current federal digital properties are presenting some additional challenges that are more difficult for some to overcome.

POLITICO Birthday of the Day Q&A


Daniel Lippman was kind enough to invite me to participate in this Q&A for POLITICO Playbook Plus as I celebrated my birthday this year. Thought I would cross-post here.

My Case for Kasich


Last night’s GOP debate in Houston was an all out brawl between Trump, Rubio and Cruz. They attacked, argued, called each other names and talked over each other as moderators struggled to maintain order at times. Not to mention that … Continued

Inauguration 2017: The Final Countdown


In exactly one year, America will celebrate the inauguration of our 45th president. Who will it be?

Warning! Obamacare Very Sensitive


A Twitter user was attempting to tweet out a link to a cover image of the upcoming November 11, 2013 edition of The New Yorker magazine and I was intrigued when a warning popped up after I attempted to click the link. The offense? It appears that the cover story dared to be critical of the Obama Administration’s botched rollout of Healthcare.gov and the Affordable Care Act.

14 Government Shutdown Images


Today marks Day 1 of the “Government Shutdown” after President Obama and the U.S. Congress failed to come to a budget agreement primarily due to the debate over the funding of Obamacare. Here are some of the best shutdown images from media, blogs and other sites around web.

RG3 still Redskins QB1 #HTTR

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Washington looked very strong after an undefeated preseason (4-0), but all eyes were on Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III (RG3). This season opener was his first chance to play in front of a hometown crowd at FedEx Field since the knee injury he sustained at the end of his phenomenal rookie year last season. … So, what happened?

Friday Five: Digital Road to the White House


This year, we will all witness and likely participate in the 2012 U.S. presidential election in an unprecedented manner thanks to social media and rapidly emerging technology. Not only are the campaigns and mainstream media using these tools, but voters … Continued

Ten Unique Things To Do in Washington, DC

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Our Nation’s Capital is well known for iconic federal buildings, historic monuments and impressive museums. However, there are a number of hidden gems that many visitors might not know about which are certainly worth a look while in the Washington, DC area. Here are ten unique spots and activities to add to your list should you find yourself “inside the beltway” this summer.

I Spot the Shuttle…

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About 100 or so gathered on the roof of our building to get a glimpse of the Space Shuttle Discovery. It was slated to fly over the Washington, DC monuments for a swansong journey before officially retiring to a new home at the Smithsonian’s Udvar-Hazy Center in Dulles, VA.

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