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Crossroads’ Tax Return Shows Big Donors, But Doesn’t Name Them
The biggest dark money group, launched by Republican strategist Karl Rove, shows in its tax filing that it got one donation of nearly $23 million and another of $18 million. (Donors names not included.) Read more...
 Opt Out Of Koch Propaganda, Not Obamacare (Parody)
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Former Illinois congressional candidate David Gill joins forces with Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington to challenge IRS oversight of social welfare nonprofits. Read more...
By Kim Barker and Justin Elliott, ProPublica Dark money groups flooded Albuquerque's airwaves in August, aiming to sway a hotly contested U.S. Senate race by making more than half the political ad buys on top TV stations. That fact, Read more...
Ah, I smell the odor of desperation in the morning. When the Fox polls are showing Obama pulling ahead of Romney, it is required that Mitt Romney's billionaire boys step up with a proposal for a smear, and so they have. Disturbed that the Read more...

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From TPM -- Hoekstra Defends Ad: ‘There’s Nothing In Here That Has A Racial Tint At All’: Former Rep. Pete Hoesktra (R-MI) appeared Monday afternoon on Fox News, to defend his controversial TV ad by his Senate campaign, which played in Read more...
Willard's new ad, which he's started running in South Carolina, is a counterpunch on all the Bain attacks he's taken from his rivals -- and it's very likely to be effective. Rick Perry and Newt Gingrich have been the hardest on Romney over Read more...
It wasn't long ago that the contributors here at C&L were asked if anyone knew what Mitt Romney was actually saying in this footage of Mitt Romney speaking French in this training video recorded to encourage Salt Lake City Olympic volunteers to speak French. The input we received from our one team member who does speak French was that Romney obviously does not, or does not speak it very well for someone who lived over there for a while years ago. So needless to say this tickled me. Read more...
From the Rachel Maddow Show -- The GOP's 1% Problem: Rachel Maddow shows how the two Republican frontrunners, Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich, have more 1 percent baggage than their political savvy might reasonably be expected to Read more...
Paul Ryan admits here that the cuts he's going to propose to our social safety nets, or as he calls them "entitlements" will end up giving the Democrats some fodder for political ads against him in the next election, but claims they'll have to lie Read more...