Scott GulbransenDateline: Scott Gulbransen
First Published: Jun 09, 2010 / Last Published: Jul 19, 2013
Scott Gulbransen is the Director of Social Media at tax giant H&R Block and is an avid blogger. He is the co-founder and a contributor at Every Other Thursday, a Dad's blog, and and also writes about social media, business and public relations at ScottGulbransen.com. Gulbransen is a former print journalist and is a graduate of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) and is the married father of five kids. You can follow his rantings on Twitter @sdgully and you can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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December 4, 2010
Christie Governing Without Concern for Political Future
Refreshing lack of concern for his re-election chances, New Jersey governor is changing the game
November 19, 2010
Open Letter to Palin Haters
The Left's obsession with the former Alaska governor is just plain creepy.
Capital One Bets on Women and Football
The contest enlists the help of college women via social media.
November 8, 2010
Election Results Do Not Mean Any Politician Has a Mandate
No one can claim victory for Americans firing a good part of their federal government.
October 21, 2010
Will America Recover Under Republicans? Probably Not
Republicans might get the keys to Congress but will they do anything to help you and me?
September 23, 2010
Obama: The Job Killer
Wrong focus has Obama continuing to drive the American economy into the ground.
September 9, 2010
Ground Zero Mosque a Test
Development near Ground Zero an assault on Western culture.
September 3, 2010
Obama and His Titanic Presidency Continue to Sink
Latest jobless numbers show Obama has squandered taxpayer money with nothing to show for it
August 26, 2010
Excuse Me, Mr. President, We Thought You Should Govern
The Dufus in Chief Continues to Show His Inability to Govern
July 30, 2010
The Continued California Disaster
California's financial woes underscore the tarnished life of the residents of the Golden State