Romney raised $86 million in closing weeks Mitt Romney’s victory effort raised $86 million between Oct. 18 and Nov. 26, his campaign said Thursday. The total reflects a combined fundraising effort by the Romney campaign and the Republican National Committee. The campaign itself raised $65.6 ... 12/6/2012 - 11:29 am | View Link
Obama vs. Romney, the Final Round: 5 Things to Watch for in the Debate After two dramatic debates, with a race that is all but tied nationally, we have come to this -- one final 90-minute showdown that may decide who becomes the next president of the United States. Not since 1980, arguably, has one debate carried such ... 10/22/2012 - 8:09 am | View Link
Stacey Dash supports Mitt Romney, gets racial backlash on Twitter: Not all blacks must be Democrats Before she endorsed Republican candidate Mitt Romney for president, actress Stacey Dash forgot to read the “black memo” that states all blacks must vote Democrat — or else! “Vote for Romney. The only choice for your future. @mittromney @teamromney ... 10/8/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Mitt Romney releases selected tax details and records Here's a summary of the details: • In 2011 the Romneys paid nearly $2m in taxes on declared income of $13.6m, mainly from investment income • The Romneys' effective tax rate in 2011 was 14.1%, and the couple donated $4m to charity in 2011 • An ... 09/21/2012 - 9:36 am | View Link
Romney hits Cape & Islands, raises $7M on E. Coast swing Presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney raised $7 million dollars on an East Coast fundraising trip that brought him to Martha's Vineyard, Nantucket and one of the toniest towns on Cape Cod. Tickets for fundraising events with the former Massachusetts ... 08/20/2012 - 5:06 am | View Link
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Fox News is increasingly fixating on the gruesome workplace beheading last week in Moore, Oklahoma by a recent Muslim convert, suspect Alton Nolen. Perhaps sensing a way to once again fan its patented flames of Islamophobia while simultaneously blaming President Obama for being indifferent to the threat of terrorism, Fox is treating the murder as a national story with sweeping political implications.
Sounding the jihadist alarms, Fox News and the right-wing media are eager to label the ghastly crime an act of Islamic terror.
Secret Service Director Julia Pierson says the agency's security plan to protect the White House was not properly executed when an Army veteran with a knife jumped the fence and made his way well into the executive mansion.
Martin Scorsese has made 12 documentaries throughout his career, training his lens on such varied subjects as the Vietnam War ("Street Scenes"), Italian cinema ("My Voyage to Italy") and Bob Dylan ("No Direction Home"). His latest, "The 50 Year Argument," spotlights The New York Review of Books. The documentary chronicles the influential publication's five-decade history and the avenue it took to become a forerunner in thought-provoking journalism.
Could a superior ground game help tip November's elections toward Democrats? Once again, Democrats are investing more heavily in voter registration and turnout efforts, while Republicans spend a much greater share of their money on television advertising and direct mail. The Upshot has gone through Federal Election Commission filings to add up both parties' expenditures on things like field staff, mileage, and voter contact materials, and the upshot is:
One caveat is that this doesn't include the expenditures of groups like the Koch brothers' Americans for Prosperity—they don't have to report field expenses.