This Iams print ad has a communication objective of emphasizing that people don't think of their pets as "pets" but more like family who deserve the best food. The headline is "I Am Not a Pet" with the illustration of a cat, and they work together because the dialogue of the body copy and headline reflect what a family's cat would think to themselves, understanding that they deserve the best because they share a relationship with their owner that goes beyond "owner" and "pet."
Obama's Plan To Seize Control Of Our Economy And Our Lives
Forbes Article: 'Obama's Plan To Seize Control Of Our Economy And Our Lives' - Obama’s EO #13603 seems to describe a potentially totalitarian regime obsessed with control over everything. Obama’s executive order makes no effort to justify the destruction of liberty, and no effort to explain how amassing totalitarian control would enable government to deal effectively with possible threats.
I like this post because it shows that refugees are ordinary people like anyone here in the U.S. The refugees do have problems in their lives where they are trying to find a home and safety. Refugees are people and they should be treated equal and they need help.