Tag: Grit

The War Room: 10

Lesson Nine: Get Modern! Citizen Media is the future of politics. Blogs are very valuable in politics. There aren’t many female blogs. Kinsella believes that the Internet has raised the overall quality of public debate. Citizen media is powerful. For example the Drudge Report revealed the Clinton-Lewinsky scandal while the […]

The War Room: 9

A Synopsis of The War Room by Warren Kinsella Lesson Eight: Get the Handle Scandal Manual! Kinsella believes that Sponsorships work. They promote a cause or initiative. Helping sports team, charity fundraisers are a great service for a cause. Governments do sponsorships. In 1995, they cut spending on ads and […]

The War Room: 8

A Synopsis of The War Room by Warren Kinsella Lesson Seven: Get the Facts and Numbers! Kinsella recounts a McGuinty event where a 19-year shouted attacks criticizing the Liberal Party. Kinsella found out his name, corroborated by phoning the Conservative headquarters and emailed the kids resume to every body covering […]

The War Room: 1

A Synopsis of The War Room by Warren Kinsella Political Strategies for Business, NGOs, and Anyone Who Wants to Win Foreword by the Right Honourable Jean Chrétien [Former Canadian Prime Minister] – “I am delighted that people have bought Warren Kinsella’s new book, but I would be more delighted, and […]

The War Room: 8

A Synopsis of The War Room by Warren KinsellaLesson Seven: Get the Facts and Numbers! Kinsella recounts a McGuinty event where a 19-year shouted attacks criticizing the Liberal Party. Kinsella found out his name, corroborated by phoning the Conservative headquarters and emailed the kids resume to every body covering the […]

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Synopsis of Warren Kinsella’s The WAR ROOM Lesson Three: Get Your Message Out (For Free)! Gandhi hated the media, reporters and photographers. Even the man behind Satyagraha had a negative opinion of that profession. Political consultants hate journalists for the same fundamental reasons. They are ‘intensely evil bottom feeders’; inherently […]