Making News: A Straight-Shooting
Guide to Media Relations by David Henderson iUniverse Star 2006, 226 pages
sales, and American automakers rethinking current structuring, the need for clear guidance about simple, straight-shooting
automaking is critical.
O'Malley is no mug but it counts against the straight-shooting
Aussie that he missed the cut in last year's Scottish Open and was 19 shots behind the winner when 71st in 2004.
No hype, no coddling, no schmoozing the big shots--just straight-shooting
stuff today's cops need to know.
This sounds like a wonderfully hoary and straight-shooting
concept but Keck shows that it's something short of that.
One trouble with pop in general is that it is a magnet for straight-shooting
true-hearts, guys who devoutly, earnestly work ceaselessly for the betterment of mankind and of course their personal salvation.
Thank you for the great straight-shooting
suggestions in the August 2002 editor's note: "Four Tips That May Keep You In Office.
You'll meet no less an oracle than Alice Schroeder (page 44), Morgan Stanley's straight-shooting
insurance industry analyst whose tough assessment has become more sought-after than ever.
Southern gentleman not only attended the conference to network for future deals, he was also looking for an African American supplier of office furniture to complete the decor of his new office.
Earlier this year, Jun Masumoto, a gruff and straight-shooting
director of the welfare policy division of Japan's largest labor organization, was busy organizing sit-down protests in the heart of Tokyo's Kasumigaseki central government district.
The audience booed as the Congressional questioners, who looked like plodding bureaucrats, bullied our hero, the brave, straight-shooting
cowboy Woody (voiced by Tom Hanks) is not about to let high-tech spaceman Buzz (Tim Allen) take over easily.
chairman of Reilly Industries, a multi-million-dollar, international chemical company, Reilly says most community groups just aren't interested in adopting "orphan" parks.
The Incontinency Taboo" in Geriatric Nursing (January 1989) is straight-shooting
advice on ways to discuss this most embarrassing issue.
star also answers a series of questions as only he can -- pertaining to acting, writing his ten Star Trek novels, recording music, juggling family and career, parenting, education and life in general.