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On the day that President Barack Obama addressed the National Association of Latino Elected Officials for the first time in his Presidency, Mitt Romney’s campaign reminded NALEO of Obama’s failed promises.
Today, for the first time in his presidency, Barack Obama addressed the National Association of Latino Elected Officials, one day after GOP presumptive presidential nominee Mitt Romney addressed the same group. In 2008, President Obama assured the group that, if elected, he would visit the group every year. Apparently, only in campaign years. Full video [...]
In 1985, with three other individuals, David Axelrod started AKPD, a political/media consulting firm that caters to progressive candidates. The firm was in charge of President Barack Obama’s 2008 election, and after the election, Obama invited Axelrod to come on board as his Senior Advisor. AKPD was to buy out Axelrod’s stake in the company [...]
He who controls the purse strings makes the rules. Education finance policy. Sounds boring right? It may not be the hottest topic out there but it is definitely an important one. Especially considering concerted steps are being taken to destroy private student lending. Step 1: The Healthcare and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010 (Obamacare). [...]
President Obama is set to attend another another splashy Hollywood fundraiser in Los Angeles, California. The June 29 event is being put on by “Gen 44,” the president’s re-election youth arm. Gen44 is the official under-40 fundraising program of Obama for America comprised of the next generation of leaders, young entrepreneurs, social innovators and activists. [...]
Today, Jake Tapper of ABC was having an exchange with Press Secretary with Jay Carney today over Fast and Furious during the daily press pool, one day after the House Oversight Committee voted 23-17 along party lines to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt of Congress for failing to disclose documents related to the [...]
Today, presumptive GOP nominee for President Mitt Romney addressed the National Association of Latino Elected Officials in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. His speech came days after President Obama introduced a new directive that would halt deportations and grant work visas to up to 800,000 illegal immigrants who: came to the US while under 16, have continuously [...]
Editor’s note: Sometimes things get confusing. The Right Scoop has a correction here. Apparently “gun-running” and “gun-walking” reference different programs. The video has been set to private. *** At a March 24, 2009 press conference, posted over at The Right Scoop, Robert Gibbs introduced a program that he said was “very important to the President.” [...]
In the last three days, seven Democratic superdelegates have decided to skip out on the upcoming DNC National Convention in Charlotte, where President Barack Obama will be renominated as the Democratic nominee for President. On Tuesday, it was announced that West Virginia superdelegates to the DNC National Convention Gov. Joe Earl Ray Tomblin, Sen. Joe [...]
Earlier today, Commerce Secretary John Bryson resigned from his post after a health scare over the weekend of June 8-10. While driving around his home in California, Bryson suffered multiple seizures while behind the wheel of his car, and was involved in two accidents. The 68-year-old Bryson had been on leave since the accidents took [...]