Dictators for Obama?
Tuesday, October 23, 2012 - 09:11 Chris Kleponis/AFP/Getty Images Evangelical leader Gary Bauer leads the Campaign for American Values PAC, which produced the ad "Dictator Vote." President Barack Obama has the dictator vote, at least according to a super PAC run by evangelical leader Gary Bauer. Hours before Obama and GOP nominee Mitt Romney began a debate on foreign policy, Bauer’s super PAC released an ad with quotes from Cuba’s Fidel Castro, Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez and Russia’s Vladimir Putin, expressing their admiration for the president. “Obama secured the dictator vote,” the narrator says. “Does he have yours?” Bauer’s Campaign for American Values PAC has spent more than a half-million dollars on ads supporting Romney and opposing Obama. An August ad said Obama is “forcing gay marriage on the country.” Another accused the president of “bowing to Islam.” And a third ad asked, “Why was God booed by Obama’s delegates” at the Democratic ...
Dems looking to pick up Chicagoland seats
Wednesday, October 10, 2012 - 09:28 YouTube/Screenshot This ad from House Majority PAC and SEIU COPE shows Rep. Joe Walsh, R-Ill., yelling during a public appearance. Redistricting in the Chicago metro area has endangered Republicans who hold House seats in the already Democrat-dominated region and attracted some major spending by a labor union and a liberal super PAC. Republican Reps. Joe Walsh, Bob Dold and Judy Biggert are targeted in a new ad from House Majority PAC and SEIU COPE , the political action committee of the Service Employees International Union, as part of a $2.4 million campaign in the region. The ad shows what appears to be an angry tirade from Walsh and a list of housing and health care votes House Majority PAC calls “extreme.” Walsh is running in the redrawn 8th District and faces the well-liked Iraq war veteran Tammy Duckworth. Duckworth has the backing of the Now or Never super PAC, which has spent $1.8 million supporting her, according to the Center ...
Nonprofit spends $8.2 million against Obama
Friday, September 28, 2012 - 09:11 YouTube/Screenshot Americans for Job Security enters the presidential election with an $8.2 million ad buy for "Running." Americans for Job Security , a conservative nonprofit organized as a trade association, reported that an ad criticizing President Barack Obama, titled “ Running ,” cost $8.2 million , a significant figure considering the group’s total take in its 2010 fiscal year was $12 million, according to its most recent tax filing . “Running,” released Wednesday, is the group’s first reported presidential ad of the election. It shows a mother jogging down the street as she says in the voiceover that she’s “running to forget” the bad economy, her husband’s layoffs and the national debt. “The future is getting worse under Obama,” she says. The ad is airing in six swing states. Americans for Job Security is run by president Stephen Demaura, the former director of the New Hampshire State Republican Committee, out of an Alexandria, ...
United States: OSHA's Sheriff Is Still In The Saddle And Planning For The Future - Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren S.C.
Following the reelection of President Obama, the regulatory actions of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration of the U.S. Department of Labor in the next four years likely will follow the path it set during the previous four years.
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Darrell Delamaide's Political Capital: Hollande is missing in action during Cyprus crisis
French President François Hollande went missing in action during the Cyprus crisis, reports Darrell Delamaide. Hollande has been remarkably ineffective in providing the counterweight to Germany that everyone expected him to be.