Finally, the first presidential debate hits the national stage Wednesday night at 9 p.m. ET giving challenger Mitt Romney plenty of material on the issue of domestic policy to land solid hits on President Barack Obama over arguably his greatest failures as president - the looming dismal economy, $16 trillion in national debt and more than 100 million Americans on some form of government assistance....more
That the so-called "secret" video of Gov. Mitt Romney from May, published by Mother Jones this week, had been on YouTube for months should have had the media suspecting a plant -- but they seem nose-deaf to what the supporters of the Obama campaign are shoveling....more
It's bad enough when men regard women as single-issue voters, but it's insulting when women buy into that brainless nonsense.Hence, the entire one-trick pony "war on women" of a Democratic National Convention agenda this week showcased a party bereft of fresh ideas for women, unless they happen to think of little more than their reproductive systems.No question that women's issues post-Roe v. Wade must and will always include concerns about reproductive health....more
"This is a big night for our community."
"El Julián is going to go national after tonight."
San Antonio Mayor Julián Castro opened the 2012 Democratic National Convention, one sign of the Obama campaign's aggressive outreach to Latinos, an emerging community and voting bloc. In addition to Castro's keynote address, other important roles include the chair of this event -- L.A. mayor Antonio Villaraigosa -- and speaking roles for Interior Secretary Ken Salazar and Congressman Xavier Becerra....more
Those of us who struggle each day to make sure ends meet…or at least come within shouting distance of each other…the economic crisis in which we find ourselves is more than a little frightening. Some of us wake in the middle of the night – or can’t get to sleep in the first place – wondering what will come of our families and our hopes for the future. ...more
The New Republic, the same publication whose literary editor once referred to Hillary Clinton as a “hellish housewife” is at it again. Only this time instead of sinning by degrading an accomplished woman, The New Republic is sinning by pretending she does not exist.
While Mitt Romney continues his foreign trip to England, Israel and Poland, back home the debate rages on as to who builds what in America.Just 99 days out from Election Day, 18 "We Did Build This" events span 12 states driving home the campaign's full-court press on President Obama's controversial remarks on in Roanoke, Virginia. on July 13:...more
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