Cliff Schecter

Cliff Schecter is the president of Libertas LLC, a public relations and political strategy firm. He is the author of the 2008 bestselling book The Real McCain: Why Conservatives Don't Trust Him And Why Independents Shouldn't; a syndicated columnist; and co-owner of We Act Radio, AM 1480, in Washington, DC. He also sits on the Board on the Ohio Innocence Project. Follow him on Twitter: @cliffschecter

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Tuesday, December 15, 2015
Say No to ‘The New-ish Normal’ — Five Things You Can Do About Gun Violence
Watching the horrifying gun violence of the past few weeks, many people are once again asking, “what can I do to help?” That sentiment is the reason why we will ultimately prevail in keeping our families, friends and neighbors safe from random gun violence: As much as gun-toting loners hiding under...
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Tuesday, June 10, 2014
From Las Vegas to Georgia, the NRA Has Created a Monster
It’s been quite a month for the National Rifle Association: Massacres at universities , in restaurants, and at retail stores from South Carolina to Las Vegas . Gun nuts porting assault weapons to dinner from Chili’s to Chipotle . The leaders of the take-no-prisoners gun-rights organization have...
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Monday, September 27, 2010
President Obama: Finding Love in the Wrong Places
Accompany me, if you will, to an alternative universe. It is one where President Richard Nixon said “we’re all Keynesians now” and founded the Environmental Protection Agency, and President Eisenhower warned of the military-industrial complex, and dismissed any party that would even think of eliminating unemployment insurance or Social Security.
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Monday, January 05, 2009
George W. Bush's Legacy of Failure
With only days left until his term expires, it appears that the Bush legacy project , an attempt by the usual corps of serial sycophants to rehabilitate the lame-duck generalissimo's image, is falling upon the deaf ears and self-gouged eyes of an American public sickened by the last eight years.
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