Luke Rudkowski hits the streets of NYC to find out where Obama supporters really stand on his policies. Now he did this in an underhanded way where the policies where presented to be Romney's, but this was only done to get an honest opinion.
Joan Stevens was one of several early voters at the polls on Monday. But when Stevens tried to cast her ballot for president, she noticed a problem.
Hurricane Sandy is helping drown media coverage of several White House scandals in the crucial run-up to Election Day.
In this unsettling video, children sing about a world sold out to corporate interests with "seas filled with oil" and a bunch of stuff from China. It is pro-Obama in nature, though the lyrics are ambiguous and with mention of endless wars, it leaves
A made-for-television movie about the raid that killed Osama bin Laden, backed by an Obama fundraiser, was re-cut to make the president look stronger and remove a scene showing a cowardly Mitt Romney’s opposition to hunting down bin Laden
ABC Ch. 15 news in Phoenix gives the U.S. Representative, Dist. 9 (Arizona) candidates 5 min. to answer 4 questions from a few viewers.
The Chair of the Democratic National Committee is completely unaware of one of the biggest stories of the Obama years
Name a tax hike, spending bill or new regulation, and very likely McGovern supported it. But after he left the Senate in 1981, something happened that profoundly changed several of his most deeply held views. McGovern went into business
CNBC's John Harwood reports tonight's debate audience is made up of uncommitted voters from the New York area; and Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX) of The House Financial Services Committee, provides perspective on both presidential candidates ahead of the debat
Two party agreement stultifies debates and encroaches on open democracy, say critics
Bombing other countries and killing mere suspects in order to look strong and avoid criticism from Republicans is patently illegal
Ernest Hancock joins Gary Franchi (The Reality Report) to discuss Obama vs. Romney, and how they are the same...2nd Half of Video Archive Loaded (first half interrupted by internet being shut off due to TROJAN detection security threat...hmmmm
Alex covers the Internet firestorm of tweets and Facebook posts from people pledging to riot if Obama loses the election, as covered in Michael Snyder’s article “Will the Election Results Cause Massive Riots to Erupt All Over America?”
While you're watching the debates on cable and network television, there's another outlet making election coverage interactive, and it's not an app.
Sarah Palin took vice presidential debate moderator Martha Raddatz to task for allowing Vice President Joe Biden to “run roughshod” over Paul Ryan.
After this morning's surprisingly positive jobless claims number was released, three things happened:
The Cheshire County Candidates Forum will be held October 16 at 2pm in the Ruth Huntress Auditorium of the Keene Public Library. A total of 27 candidates from 3 parties were invited, 9 candidates have accepted the invitation to attend.
Chris McMurray tells the Secret Service he wouldn't do a 'photo op' with VP Joe Biden because he and his Wife DID build it! That, and they like God...
That conversion will give the state’s battered treasury an unexpected windfall and pump 1,000 prison jobs and several hundred construction jobs into northwestern Illinois. “This prison they spent a lot of money on and hoped to use as an economic e
Well, as expected, neither Obama nor Romney talked about the fourth branch of government in their programmed first “debate.” Also as expected, the great intellect of a media moderator didn’t ask about the fourth branch.
Chris Matthews loses it, after poor performance by President Obama.
This is probably the least important Presidential election since the 1950s. As an experienced political hand told me, the two candidates are speaking not to the voters, but to the big money. They hold the same views, pursue the same policies, and are
Various agencies of the federal police apparatus shut down the city's main interstate highway for hours so no one could get close enough to threaten the life of the 2 great deities currently exchanging talking points at the University of Denver.