Fox and Friends ran a segment trying to outline how Obama, from the beach and the group OFA are running all the protests in Republican town halls across America.
With deception and disinformation being such an important facet of these operations, you would think that they would be better at it.
Climate denier Senator Jim Inhofe called in to climate denier Mike Huckabee's radio show on Monday to discuss global warming and the Obama administration's plans to deal with it.
For the three decades plus that I have been in politics, I have been a passionate advocate of the clean money agenda, especially public financing of campaigns and the overturning of one of the worst decisions in Supreme Court history, Citizens United. Multiple times over the years I have been a consultant on money in politics campaigns, and have always considered it a very high priority. As someone who has done high level fundraising for many different Presidential, Senate, and House campaigns, and has been involved in a great many policy battles where I was fighting the power of big money special interests, I know well the large and pernicious power of big money in politics. No cause should do more to unite the progressive movement than doing something serious about money in politics. There’s a new money in politics issue, though, that is splitting progressives right down the middle.
From this Monday's extended edition of Morning Joe on MSNBC, Chuck Todd is asked about the new PAC, Organizing for Action, which as we noted here is building on the Obama campaign apparatus to continue support for his policy objectives and after
Mike Huckabee appeared on Fox & Friends this Saturday to complain about the tax-exempt status of the new non-profit political action committee, Organizing for Action, which as we already noted here will build on infrastructure of President Obama's
After an extensive audit of Obama for America's 2008 campaign disclosures, the FEC and OFA have agreed to settle the specific complaints with a $375,000 fine, one of the largest in campaign finance history. The RNC released the settlement
Ohio community volunteers for OFAI'm writing this while on a conference call with OFA. As I glance up from the screen and out of my front room window, three young OFA volunteers are canvassing our neighborhood, knocking on doors cheerfully and
The Obama campaign has three high-profile spokespeople who regularly tweet. David Axelrod, Stefanie Cutter and Ben LaBolt. No one gets the kind of right-wing hate that Stefanie Cutter does, and it comes from men and women. Women tend to be
It isn't that the Romney campaign just outright lied about what the Obama campaign is doing in their Ohio lawsuit over limitations on early voting. That's to be expected from a campaign that speaks Lie as its primary language. No, what's so
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