All posts by: Bill Stierle

  In today’s society, there is so much happening almost every week involving the police. Bill Stierle and Tom find it relevant to address these issues, such as the recent incident in Atlanta with Rayshard Brooks being killed by a...
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  What does the “Defund the police” slogan mean? That depends on whom you ask, with the most extreme people advocating for the literal abolition of police departments in cities around the country. Bill Stierle and Tom move away from...
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  One of the main reasons why Donald Trump gets to purchase the truth from the people is because of the failure of journalists to have a productive and meaningful discourse with him every time he goes to the podium....
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  Donald Trump’s now-viral Bible-holding photo is generally deemed as an extremely offensive political stunt, but there was nothing new about it. Whether from the perspective of the Christian community or the leaders whose careers were being hijacked by their...
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  In the protests and riots resulting from the death of George Floyd at the hands of a police officer, people are fighting against a systemic lack of empathy. The violence brought about by this lack of empathy, even among...
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  Branding plays a huge part in how truth is perceived and purchased. In Brand America, the way truth is distributed is dependent on loud, attention-grabbing, clickbait headlines that ultimately warp the information contained within. Bill Stierle and Tom continue...
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  Now, more than ever, Brand America should be built around respectful communication based on information and facts, instead of the name-calling and vicious labeling that dominates the political sphere nowadays. Nowhere is this respectful communication to be found in...
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  As the President of the United States of America, Donald Trump wields a lot of power, and with that power, he has hijacked truth and the use of language. With his touting of hydroxychloroquine as some sort of miracle...
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