If the Republicans fell all over themselves in 2012 to sound stupid, the Democrats were happy to help them along, as this list demonstrates
There are 2 prominent women who could assume their party's mantle as Presidential candidates in 2016. They are Condoleezza Rice and Hillary Clinton.
Photo gallery from President Obama's fired up acceptance speech at the Democratic National Convention.
Must see video of Rep. John Lewis' profound speech about the history of the struggle for sacred right to vote, and call to march on to the voting booth Nov 6.
The Georgetown University law student's rousing speech included, 'Our president, when he hears a young woman has been verbally attacked, thinks of his daughters---not his delegates or donors---and stands with all women.'
There's lots of pressure on the remaining party 'stars'. For today (Wednesday), you know prime time (10-11:00) speakers Bill Clinton and Elizabeth Warren won't disappoint, but this is already a great convention.
We will not be seeing Clint Eastwood getting his chair on at the Democratic National Convention.
Conservative Maria Ciano kicked some serious Republican bottom tonight at the DNC when she urged Americans to give Obama four more years, saying, 'When women's rights are threatened, President Obama doesn't hide.'
Deval Patrick issued a fiery call to Democrats to rally around Obama, implying that Romney is more interested in having the job than doing it
Democratic National Convention Chair Antonio Villaraigosa will gavel in to officially begin the convention proceedings at the Time Warner Cable Arena.
Tuesday is the opening day of the Democratic Convention. The speakers must speak the truth. The Bush administration screwed everything up.
In just a few short days Santa will be delivering presents to the nice and coal to the naughty. We were lucky enough to get a sneak peek at Santa’s list to see what some of America’s top political figures can be expecting for Christmas. There will be some surprises under the tree for Barack Obama, Nancy Pelosi, Michelle Bachmann, Sarah Palin and others.