Harry Jackson said he cursed the Washington Blade, a gay newspaper, out of existence. But the Blade is still there. Am I missing something?
The Obama campaign is hitting Romney for saying things that aren’t true again. This time, he’s claiming that he would be tough on China, but Romney’s Bain Capital invested in a Chinese company.
Elizabeth Warren rolled over Scott Brown in their second debate as the incumbent lost his cool, and cracks started to show in his moderate pseudo-Democrat facade.
Romney surrogate Bob McDonnell refused to provide specifics or answer questions about Mitt Romney’s budget and tax plan math, calling Mitchell’s call for specifics ‘laughable.’
The swing state of Nevada is pumped up. 11,200 people waited in line during 90 degree heat to see Obama yesterday in Las Vegas.
The North Carolina Republican Party announced Monday that they have fired the fraud scandal-ridden Sproul shell company that has also done around 70,000 voter registrations for the Romney campaign.
Monday’s panel seemed to go out of their way to justify Romney’s 47% comments without ever bringing them up, taking aim at Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security and the middle class.
On October 7, about a thousand preachers will violate the requirement they agreed to with the IRS by actively providing specific guidance about how to vote on issues and candidates.
Pundits and Republicans have been busy setting Romney up for Great Expectations on Wednesday night at the first debate, contrary to his message that he is the underdog.
Mitt Romney heads into the first debate at a disadvantage with the middle class according to the results of the latest USA TodayGallup poll