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It’s a rare feat when an ad about golf gets you excited, much less drives you to genuine, heart gripping tears, but this latest spot for Nike Golf from Wieden Kennedy, Portland does just that. The two minute film, “Ripple,” chronicles the athletic aspirations of an Irish boy who worships Tiger Woods. His drive and determination are unyielding as he progresses from playing around with a toy putter in his living room, to hitting balls in his back yard and reaching amateur status.
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Almost overnight, Dave became a regular contributor to The View From Here to the degree other people hoping to get published complained to Goodhand, saying her “open” column wasn so open, after all. She asked him if he would like to take that person place, while she was away. He has been writing for the Free Press on a weekly basis, ever since.
To date, Moynihan’s evangelical fervour in championing a more open intelligence paradigm, which came to incorporate the drafting of congressional bills, the chairmanship of a bipartisan commission on government secrecy, the publication of a book, and innumerable speeches and articles, has been interpreted in a narrow personal and political context. Commentators have tended to characterize Moynihan’s turn against the CIA, and towards government transparency as symptomatic of individual eccentricity, disenchantment with purported Agency excesses during the Reagan administration, and ill judged post Cold War hubris. This article breaks new ground by reframing and reperiodizing Moynihan’s relationship with intelligence.