Priorities USA Bain Capital Ad Attacks Mitt Romney As Crossroads GPS Seeks To Humanize Candidate Priorities USA Action, the super PAC backing President Barack Obama, released a new Bain Capital-centric ad Tuesday that targets ... "Mitt and David" began airing in Wisconsin and Ohio on Tuesday morning as part of a one week, $4.2 million ad buy. 10/23/2012 - 10:19 am | View Link
Education cuts target of new Priorities ad (CNN) - A new ad from Priorities USA, the super PAC supporting President Barack ... shifting from a strategy of focusing on Romney's career at the private equity firm Bain Capital to a new effort casting Romney's policy proposals as bad for the middle ... 10/8/2012 - 8:55 am | View Link
Is Priorities USA is just getting warmed up with Soptic cancer ad? He notes that ads featuring these “victims” are already “in the can,” though Priorities USA has apparently expressed reservations about airing them ... losing his job and health insurance after Bain liquidated his company. Scrutiny of the details ... 08/11/2012 - 8:48 am | View Link
Rachel Maddow Talks About The Obama Ad Romney Doesn't Want to Talk About [Not the Priorities USA Ad] Then she declared that the political ad that won the week, was the Priorities USA Action Ad titled "Understands" because the right spent the past week lighting their hair on fire about the ad featuring Joe Soptic, the steel worker who was fired by Bain ... 08/11/2012 - 8:45 am | View Link
Romney blasts Priorities' attack ad; spot still hasn't had paid runs PoliticalTicker Romney tore into the Priorities USA Action ad, released Tuesday, that ties him to the death of a former GST Steel worker's wife after the employee lost his job when the plant closed down. Romney's former private equity firm, Bain Capital ... 08/9/2012 - 8:12 am | View Link
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Mason Atkins is an intern for Think Progress. CREDIT: Matt Radick via Flicker Creative Commons In 1991, Congress passed the Jeanne Clery Act, a federal law that requires all colleges in the United States to accurately and effectively collect and disclose reports of sexual crimes that occur on their campuses and help end sexual violence on college campuses.
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Politics, the saying goes, is a dirty game — but for one British political aide, it’s dirty pictures, too. A top staffer to the leader of an influential political party in the U. K. has literally been caught with her pants down, in explicit photos leaked to a British newspaper.
The Justice Department set new clemency rules Wednesday that could free thousands of nonviolent cons — mostly low-level federal drug offenders. To be eligible, an inmate must have been imprisoned for at least 10 years with good behavior, and not have a long criminal history.
The city proposed a 3.35% increase in water rates Wednesday, the smallest annual hike in nine years. It’s also less than half of what the Department of Environmental Protection initially said it would need.