Berman has founded several leading non-profit organizations which are known for their fact-based research and their aggressive communications campaigns.
A long-time consumer advocate, Rick Berman champions individual responsibility and common sense policy. He believes that democracies require an informed public from all sides.
Berman and Company has received dozens of national awards for its creativity and cutting edge work. In the past two years alone Berman and Company has earned over 30 awards for its work in television, print, and radio advertisements and crisis communications.
Rick Berman has appeared on all major television networks and has organized national coalitions on a variety of issues.
Zoos and circuses are targets of scorn for animal liberation activists. But should doing business with a business that activists dont like get your targeted as well?
If youre reading this with the television on in the background, theres up to a one-in-three chance that a political ad is playing. If youre a union member, you might be even be funding attacks on your own preferred candidate.
Its practically a clich to note that government just cant keep up with innovation in the private sector. Taxi commissions fight services like Uber, zoning boards ban food trucks, and federal regulations keep experimental drugs out of the hands of patients desperate to try them rather than die. So you should not be surprised to find that Americas labor lawslast seriously overhauled in the dying days of British rule in Indiaare well past their sell-by date. Backed by and fearing the wrath of powerful union bosses, politicians are unwilling to bring employee representation out of the Studebaker factory and into the iPhone world.
Labor Day was originally set aside to reflect upon contributions the labor movement has made to keep our nation strong and prosperous. This year, however, Americans should focus on how far the labor movement has moved away from its roots.
AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka recently sounded off in the Huffington Post on an issue he clearly doesn’t understand—freedom.
Revolutions are not easy. That’s the lesson of the Arab Spring, where the forces of retrenchment have dug in their heels after the uprisings’ promising beginnings.
The scariest Halloween costume on the racks this year wasn't a Twilight or Harry Potter getup.
As the national debt spirals out of control – it just passed the $13 trillion mark and shows no sign of slowing down – those up for election should heed one piece of advice: You ignore the debt at your own peril.
It’s been a few weeks, and the memory of April 15th is fading away – at least until next year. But as unpleasant as this year’s check to the IRS might have been, within a few years we may be looking back on 2010 as the good old days of low taxes.
A majority of supposedly fiscally conservative Blue Dog Democrats have blindsided constituents in cash-strapped states (and let’s face it, at this point, which states aren’t cash-strapped?) with a budgetary double whammy.
If you are still sticking with your New Year’s resolutions, congratulations. If, instead, you are warily eyeing the layer of dust on your new elliptical machine, take heart: everyone has a hard time with their resolutions. Even presidents.