|By: peacemonger Tuesday July 27, 2010 1:24 am|
In other wierd news…CO Senate candidate Andrew Romanoff sells his house in a media grab to get more campaign donations.
|By: twolf1 Saturday May 1, 2010 5:37 am|
As the President beats back lobbyists seeking to weaken Wall Street Reform, he talks about an even broader threat that would vastly expand the influence of massive industries and their lobbyists in Washington. A recent Supreme Court decision opened the floodgates for corporations, including foreign corporations, to spend endless money on political ads that would give them even more power at the expense of American families – the President pledges to fight for reforms to stem that influence.
|By: El Duderino Monday April 12, 2010 12:10 pm|
I am asking FDL to formally endorse Green Party candidate Dennis Spisak for governor of Ohio.
|By: Nathan Aschbacher Thursday April 1, 2010 3:44 pm|
It strikes me that probably the most useful, and necessary, thing that progressives –or any other political outsider– can do is to figure out very specifically how to break the dependence on Dollars to running viable campaigns.
The money game is a game we can never ultimately win.
|By: Jim Moss Monday January 18, 2010 7:00 pm|
In a striking reversal of past trends, Republican Scott Brown holds a commanding advantage over Democrat Martha Coakley in the area of social network campaigning.
|By: Derrick Crowe Friday January 15, 2010 7:49 pm|
There’s quite a bit of chatter going on about the Massachusetts Senate race, but you know me. I have a near-obsessive focus on Afghanistan. So when I read things like this… Moderator David Gergen asked Coakley, "[H]ow do you think we then succeed in Afghanistan?" Coakley replied: "I’m not sure there is a way to [...]
|By: stranahan Monday December 28, 2009 11:00 pm|
Another video of Candidate Obama talking about individual mandates
|By: TheCallUp Thursday December 17, 2009 10:09 am|
This entire legislative debacle is proving to be nothing more than inner-Beltway political gamesmanship where the peoples’ interests have been entirely ignored — subverted to the self-interests of politicians and parties…
|By: Jason Rosenbaum Wednesday November 18, 2009 12:00 pm|
I just got off a conference call with Obama for America campaign manager David Plouffe, who talked with bloggers about his upcoming book, The Audacity to Win.
I had a chance to ask Plouffe about a comment Mark Penn, Hillary Clinton’s chief strategist, made last week. Mark said, in response to a question about whether “social media” won Obama the election.