Archive for the tag "lobbyists"
GetUp! says the answer to the coal industry attempt at rebranding “clean coal” is to rebrand their rebranding. “The good news is we have just the ad to do it.”
Posted: 12 October, 2009 in Australian Politics, Australian Values, Blogging, Economics, environment, Media, politics and government, Science, Video.
Tags: advertising, Australian coal associatoin, Australian Politics, Australian Values, branding, clean coal, climate change, coal, coal 2.0, coal industry, coal lobby, cost, emiisions, emissions trading scheme, energy lobby, environmental values, ETS, Get Up, GetUp, global warming, government, green, green coal, Greens, lobby, lobbyists, Media, new coal, new gen coal, political values, politics, pollution, renewable energy, values
It’s no surprise that corporations buy politicians to “balance” the democratic process. Clearly it’s effective, o2 the lobbying industry wouldn’t be so huge.
Posted: 4 August, 2009 in Aussie Citizenship, Australian Politics, Australian Values, Economics, Medicine, politics and government, US Politics.
Tags: Australian Politics, democracy, ethics, favour buying, health care, Keith Olbermann, lobby, lobbying, lobbyists, merit, MSNBC, Olbermann, political prostitution, political values, politicians, politics, PR, principles, prostitute, prostitution, US Politics, values, vote buying, whore