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September 1, 2017

Pardon WHO?

Like an 11-year-old boy who just discovered that his sister’s bath gel can turn a shower into a rapturous interlude, T**** has found something he can do that gives him instant gratification. And he can do it all by himself – without interference from pesky judges or congressmen. It’s The […]
August 25, 2017

Our Tergiservator-in-Chief

When a pol gets boxed-in by a thorny controversy or outright ethical accusations, he or she classically employs one (or more) of three gambits: denial, deflection and definition. Denial comes in many forms, including flat-out rejection of the facts or charges. But that works only for the truly innocent, and […]
August 18, 2017

Why Republicans Aren’t Rebuking T****

Tweetophobia and its cousin, primariphobia, may be keeping some Republicans from openly criticizing the human dumpster-fire they helped put in the White House, but there are other, more practical causes for the selective mutism afflicting the GOP. As always, the first rule is to follow the money. Here are some […]
August 11, 2017

The Truth About The Resistance

Numerous right-wing commentators and LTE writers grossly misrepresent the truth when it comes to “the Resistance.” Their mendacities demand response, so here it is. The Resistance is not about T**** — although his crassness, narcissism, greed and bellicosity would be more than sufficient to warrant resistance. It’s his attacks on […]

About Donna Dupuy

“Because its purpose is to create a Customer, the business enterprise has two – and only these two – basic functions: marketing and innovation.” (Peter Drucker)

From her first days as an advertising copywriter through tenures as a legislative aide, magazine editor and political strategist, Donna Dupuy has hewn to the same North Star: an unwavering confidence in the virtue of ethical data.
Inspired by management thought-leaders like Peter Drucker and Ichak Adizes, she offers clients at the microbusiness level the kind of incisive analysis that usually is reserved for much larger organizations.
She understands that marketing is first and foremost a management function. And she approaches her work from that perspective.

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