Opinion-Editorial

Thanksgiving dinner with the family?

Here are few tips from a crisis expert

Did you leave your family Thanksgiving dinner last year feeling like you were the one who got carved up and digested? 

You’re not alone – politics is an indispensable holiday side. 

Wear your comfy pants, because this dish is plated up with a hefty portion of keep-your-mouth-shut and paired with a glass of ice-cold glare. 

But before you gobble down a hot plate of I-told-you-so’s, here are a few tips from Carrie Ransom of . . .

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