Real estate advertising is one of the hottest topics in political journalism right now, and the debate is still raging about how to fight the onslaught.
The 2016 election was a wake-up call for a lot of people, and it’s been a year since the election, and we’re still trying to figure out what happened.
Here’s a look at what we know, and how to stop it.1.
The big players are still the big guys.
They’re still buying the political ads.
They just don’t care about the ad dollars that go into them.
In fact, in 2016, they made more political advertising dollars than all the other media companies combined, according to Ad Age.
But they don’t really care about how those political ads are paid.
They care about their bottom line, and they’re willing to do whatever it takes to make sure that that bottom line is a good one.2.
They aren’t going to do much to change.
There’s no real incentive to invest in political ads these days.
But that doesn’t mean they won’t be out there in the media world to promote their ideas.
Advertisers like to see their ads go viral, and there’s nothing stopping them from putting them out there.
They’ve also invested a lot in getting out the word about how their ads work.
They can’t afford to lose money on these ads, so they have to find ways to make money from them.3.
The problem is that political advertising is becoming too easy to manipulate.
Politicians use the ad platforms to push their agenda.
They know they can get the most clicks and most money out of any campaign.
And that’s how they’ll continue to run ads on their platforms for as long as they can.
The reality is that a lot is going to change as a result.
The digital landscape has shifted so dramatically, and politics has evolved so dramatically in the past few decades, that the ads you see now are going to look and sound very different than they did in the ’90s.4.
We should all be afraid of this.
It’s happening all over the country.
A new study by the Campaign Media Analysis Group (CMAG), a nonpartisan group that analyzes political spending and communications, found that political ads in the U.S. have gone from being a niche market in 2016 to a full-blown advertising business in 2017.
That means that the political advertising market is rapidly growing, and a lot more people will be watching the ads that the big media companies produce.
The CMAG has warned that the future of political advertising lies in online and mobile advertising, where the ad companies and publishers are already trying to control the content of political ads and what they say.5.
Political advertising is a big problem for publishers.
The political ads that you see on the news, the ads on cable TV and the ads the campaigns run are really big, big business.
They are also a big part of the revenue stream for the major media companies.
That money is used to pay the CEOs and top executives who run the political campaigns, to promote the campaigns in ways that benefit them and their companies.
They also spend money on other advertising and marketing.
And if they make the ads they sell, the money keeps coming in.
As the 2016 election showed, political ads have become big money-makers for many companies, and that means that politicians are spending their political money like crazy, with a lot less scrutiny and accountability than they used to.6.
There are two sides to every story.
Some people will pay to watch the ads and see the politics and get a good feel for the candidates and issues, while others won’t.
And a lot will be based on how much they like the ads, the amount they liked the ads in 2016 and how much money they think they could make from the ads.
In other words, political advertisers aren’t necessarily trying to be honest with you.
And there are also companies that have created products or services that let you view the ads without ever actually paying to watch them.
For example, a startup called AdWords uses your IP address to create ad spots and then sells them to advertisers who are paying for that data.
But many advertisers are also trying to hide their political views from their ad buys.
There is also the matter of how political ads get made.
If a political ad company has a good product and a great PR strategy, they can make a lot money.
But if a political campaign or political ad buys is poorly made, there is little incentive for them to invest their money in it, and their ads can easily be manipulated.7.
Political ads are a lot like real estate ads in that you don’t know how much you’re paying for them until you actually get to see them.
And you can’t tell what a political advertiser is going for until you buy into that campaign and then see it for yourself.
And once you get to the point where you see a