Obama Campaign Releases Record Number of Attack Ads Following Debate In the weekend following President Barack Obama’s terrible debate performance, the Obama campaign released 18 videos on their YouTube channel, 10 of which are attack ads against Mitt Romney, in an effort to rally their campaign back to success. 10/5/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Obama SuperPac Releases One of the Most Ugly, Misleading Ads in Campaign History The Obama political machine’s race to the bottom has dived deepbeneath the muck of Harry Reid’s lies about Romney’s taxes and finally hit bedrock. Today Priorities USA released a new ad that will surely rank among the ugliest and most dishonest in ... 08/7/2012 - 2:24 pm | View Link
Obama Campaign Releases Positive Ad To Air During Olympics ... also continues the Obama campaign's trend of positive advertising after months of flooding the airwaves with negative spots attacking presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney. Romney blasts 'dishonest' Obama ads; president continues attacks 07/27/2012 - 1:08 am | View Link
Obama campaign releases third set of Spanish ads (CNN) - President Barack Obama's reelection campaign on Wednesday released two Spanish-language advertisements featuring personal testimonials of campaign organizers touting the president's efforts on jobs and health care. The ads join a series of Spanish ... 05/31/2012 - 6:09 pm | View Link
Obama Campaign Releases New Ads Touting Auto Bailout While George W. Bush was the one to initiate the auto industry bailout in 2008, it is President Barack Obama who is trying to capitalize on it with the release of two new television advertisements as part of his reelection campaign. In the first spot ... 05/10/2012 - 7:09 am | View Link
Obama Campaign Ad: Read My Plan President Barack Obama criticizes Mitt Romney's economy plan as a "double down on trickle down," while touting the improvements in the economy and ... 05/4/2015 - 6:02 pm | View Website
Obama Campaign Strategy Came across this amazing PPT on Obama\'s campaign strategy. 05/4/2015 - 2:06 pm | View Website
Barack Obama presidential campaign, 2008 On August 21, 2008, Obama announced that he had made a selection for the VP spot, but would not reveal until August 23 who it was. Obama's campaign encouraged ... 05/4/2015 - 11:35 am | View Website
Politics News and U.S. Elections Coverage Get the latest breaking politics news and political coverage of U.S. elections. Get updates on President Obama's White House, Congress and more at ABC News. 05/3/2015 - 6:25 pm | View Website
"Stretch" Learn more: http://OFA.BO/AHWfiR You work hard, stretch every penny, but chances are you pay a higher tax rate than him: Mitt Romney made $20 million ... 05/3/2015 - 4:44 pm | View Website
Climate politics in the Democratic Party has traditionally been defined by two things: a firm commitment among party elites that climate change is a major problem deserving serious attention, and a basic unwillingness to confront what that actually implies.
President Obama is a perfect embodiment of this contradiction. Behold his "all of the above" energy strategy.
Ben's Chili Bowl is a staple here in the District of Columbia. Established in 1958 by a local African-American family that still runs the joint, its heartburn-inducing half-smoke chili dogs have survived segregation, social upheaval, riots, and gentrification.
In 2008, the business expanded to the building next door. And a few months from now, another Chili Bowl should open in D.
Jessica Williams' report from Washington on Monday's Daily Show is premised on two questionable assumptions: That the Supreme Court will make same-sex marriage a nationwide right, and that this ruling will quiet opponents of gay marriage. Since the writers at The Daily Show have presumably heard of Roe v. Wade, and how much that ended anti-abortion protests, the interviews come across as stylized, participatory gloating.
If Mohammad Javad Zarif had a second career, he would be in a high wire act.
Bright lights and swirling crosscurrents are nothing new for the Iranian Foreign Minister, who walked into the auditorium at New York University last Wednesday after nearly a month of sharp rhetoric surrounding a potential nuclear deal.
First there was the disagreement between Iran, the United States, and France over what, exactly, they had all agreed upon in a April 2 framework deal to lift economic sanctions in exchange for halting Iran's nuclear weapons program.
Republicans are fond of hurling the epithet "socialist" at Democrats — even those Democrats who pursue policy reforms originally hatched by conservatives, who push hard for free trade agreements, and who appoint cabinet secretaries and top advisors with strong ties to the financial sector.
This "socialist" name-calling is usually nonsense. But now Republicans — and all Americans — are finally going to get to see the real thing in action.