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Clarifying the non-sense of political and governmental murkiness.
As summer races by, the focus now is on fall and if, when and how schools will reopen, if, how and when professional and college sports can safely be resumed and games played, if how and when we can reclaim our lives and trade this new normal back, for some semblance of the world as we once knew it and imperfect as it might have been, it beat the hell out of these past few months, if you ask me.
I don't know about you, but government has really worn me out.They continue doing little more than what government does best, which amounts to little more than incessant finger pointing and assignment of blame. It’s almost like in a game of ping pong, each side bouncing the ball over the net, back and forth, Left, right, give, take. The ball keeps bouncing, the volley contunues, back and forth and we get to keep score, regarding who we like less? The House or the Senate? The Republicans or the Democrats? The Liberals or Conservatives.
Well, this week’s episode should prove fascinating and shed some light on the process, as I speak with Bruce Mehlman, founder and CEO of Washington DC based, bipartisan, government relations firm, Mehlman, Castignetti, Rosen & Thomas Bruce founded the firm after serving in leadership positions in politics, policy and business. His firm helps Fortune 500 companies and innovative startups understand, anticipate and navigate the ever-evolving policy environment and trends likely to impact the global marketplace.
Bruce's quarterly updates on political trends are widely read by business leaders and political observers across the country and have been frequently covered in leading publications, including the Washington Post, Axios, Politico, CNN, Fortune, and the Daily Caller. This week, we add Franchise Today, to that list.