The Obama campaign is mobilizing Missouri prosecutors and sheriffs to intimidate opponents: all are part of a disturbing pattern involving assaults on free speech, lawyers, lawsuits and strong-arming TV stations and opponents running anti-Obama ads.
A fun video clip from Saturday Night Live.
Tina Fey reprised her role as vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin on Saturday Night Live, mocking the governor's recent interview with Katie Couric of CBS.
...16% lower than the national number from the 2004 debate
----------------- Original Message ----------------- From: JL Mealer Date: Sep 26, 2008 10:11 PM Perhaps Show Low, Arizona might be a good place for your next big gig... And you could do a McCain-Palin concert for the right amt of cash righRead Letter
Who won the first debate between John McCain and Barack Obama? In the Mainstream Media--where Democrats have a history of "winning" the debates--it was Obama. Was this another case of "our candidate, our polls, our call"?
Mike Renzulli comments on the amazing effort to put Boston Tea Party Presidential candidate Charles Jay and Barry Hess as his Veep as a write-in candidates in November.
I feel like I was intellectually abused.
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) ended three days of suspense on Friday morning and announced that he will leave bailout negotiations in Washington and fly to Oxford, Miss., for the opening presidential debate.
Late Show host David Letterman kept up a verbal assault on John McCain, saying he felt like an "ugly date" because the GOP presidential candidate backed out of a scheduled appearance on his talk show. The comic was unhappy when McCain sat f
Charles Jay and Barry Hess will be write-in candidates for President and Vice President of the United States respectively in the upcoming election in Arizona. There are alternatives to not voting for the RoLD... in some states.
McCain proposed Wednesday that the debate be postponed until a deal is struck in Washington on a financial bailout plan. Sen. Barack Obama rejected the idea, saying the crisis made the debate more useful and timely.
I suggest that the Presidential Debate should not be suspended as has been planned. Instead, continue to have the debate even if McCain says he won't be there. Assuming that Obama shows up, the debate will be pretty much one-sided when each queRead Letter
Senator McCain has suspended his campaign to return to Washington to work on solving the financial crisis. Meanwhile Obama touts his $845 billion Global Poverty Act in Florida which would cost every US man, woman and child nearly $2500 each.
"Further inaction is simply not an option," McCain said in brief remarks to reporters, his first news conference in more than a month. "We must pass legislation to address this crisis. If we do not, credit will dry up, with devastating
Rick Davis, John McCain's campaign manager, has remained the treasurer and a corporate director of his lobbying firm this year, despite repeated statements by campaign officials that he had ended his relationship with the firm in 2006, according
Gov. Sarah Palin could not name a single instance in which Sen. John McCain has advocated for more regulation of the market -- a position that, in the wake of crisis in the housing and financial markets, the Arizona Senator has adopted as his own.
Murdoch, whose New York tabloid this month editorialized about Palin being “charming, but rock-solid,” seemed quite chummy with the Republican vice presidential candidate after the two emerged together from a swanky charity gala
ANCHORAGE, Alaska — The McCain campaign is speaking for the Alaska state government these days, especially when it wants to ensure that nothing embarrassing about Gov. Sarah Palin emerges before Election Day.
The 22-foot-long banner in red, white and black reads, "Defend Our Constitution - Arrest Bush / Cheney! - War Criminals!" (VIDEO)
Now is precisely the time for Senators McCain and Obama to have a debate, charged CNN's Jack Cafferty this afternoon.
Democrat Barack Obama said "it's more important than ever" that the country hear from its next president.
McCain was supposed to make his 13th appearance on Letterman's show, but he backed out late Wednesday afternoon, saying he was suspending campaign activities to focus on getting a financial bailout plan through Congress.
"Tomorrow morning, I will suspend my campaign and return to Washington after speaking at the Clinton Global Initiative. I have spoken to Senator Obama and informed him of my decision and have asked him to join me."
I, am a libertarian. There are many who not only say that the Libertarian Party is dead, but are doing their level best to heap dirt on it as high as possible, and are pissing on the pile. These are (supposed) libertarians and non-libertarians alik
Whenever a Great Bipartisan Consensus is announced, and a compliant media assures everyone that the wondrous actions of our wise leaders are being taken for our own good, you can know with absolute certainty that disaster is about to strike.
The Obama campaign has built a national network of Campaign for Change offices separate and apart from the Democrat Party. 100s of these “Obama only” offices dot the USA, where the volunteers are dedicated to Barack Obama–not local Democrats. Will Ca
Mike Renzulli points out that the Boston Tea Party Presidential candidate Charles Jay is a potential alternate write-in candidate in Arizona for the November election.
"I’ve thought about the unsolicited advice from the Libertarian Party candidate, and he has convinced me to reject my neutral stance in the November election. I’m supporting Chuck Baldwin, the Constitution Party candidate."