Finally, a slogan I can get behind for foreign policy...
h/t: The San Francisco Citizen.
Friday, May 8, 2009
CMC alum and CIer, Adam D'Luzansky '06, writes in with this job listing.
A small D.C. communications/PR firm, founded by Republicans, is looking for an entry level associate who is creative, a self starter and good at multi-tasking. A well qualified applicant will be able to handle reporting to multiple people within the firm and juggling several projects at once.
Applicant must be a skilled researcher who can use tools like Lexis-Nexis and be proficient with Excel and PowerPoint. A demonstrable knowledge of social media (especially Facebook, LinkedIn, and WordPress) is a big plus.
Responsibilities include research, list building, event planning, social media outreach and occasional administrative work. Salary is commensurate with experience. Position to start in June.
Please send resumes and cover letters to WHWGjobs@gmail.com
I noted a few months ago that CMC trustee, Louis Caldera, had joined the Obama administration as the Director of the White House Military Office.
Today, the White House announced that Caldera has submitted his resignation after approving the Scare Force One fiasco that terrified thousands of New Yorkers and cost the taxpayers over $328,000. To make matters worse, the photos taken during the publicity stunt are being withheld from the public. To make matters even worse, a FAA memo shows that they knew the photo-op would terrify New Yorkers, but decided to proceed anyways.
Mayor Bloomberg, for his part, was upset the flyover.