President Barack Obama's Record on Israel a Hot Topic in Wake of Debate, Billboards NBC 6 South Florida Billboards around South Florida imply that President Barack Obama has been ... Continue »
As is plainly evident from the interviews in this broadcast with Israelis and American voters living in Israel, the myth of President Obama’s popularity when it comes ... Continue »
The New York Times Covers AP SuperPAC Billboards Strident Anti-Obama Messages Flood Key States THE NEW YORK TIMES BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. — To turn on the television, open the mail ... Continue »
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A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words: The White House insisted on covering prominent Christian symbols for a 2009 speech at Georgetown University, but had no problem holding a press conference under a giant a banner of Yasser Arafat, the founder of modern Islamic terrorism who looted hundreds of millions from his people. READ FULL ARTICLERead Full Article »
American Principles SuperPAC Announces Obama/Corzine/MF Global Newspaper Ad Buy. American Principles SuperPAC is pleased to announce its first major newspaper ad buy in 10 publications covering most of Iowa and targeted agricultural areas in Ohio. The full-page ads highlight the close political ties between Barack Obama and ousted MF Global Chairman & CEO Jon Corzine, one of Obama's ...Read Full Article »
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Orlando Sentinel endorses Romney. - CNN The Orlando Sentinel announced Thursday their endorsement of Republican nominee Mitt Romney in the 2012 presidential race. The Florida newspaper cited "anemic" economic growth and a growing poverty rate as reasons to throw their support behind the GOP candidate as opposed to President Barack Obama, which they did in 2008. Read Full ...Read Full Article »
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: American Principles SuperPAC Vincent Mariano OR Eytan Laor 561-866-0136 954-SAVE-USA (954-728-3872) media@APSuperPAC.org www.APSuperPAC.org October 17, 2012 Tampa, Florida American Principles SuperPAC Announces Major Outdoor Media Initiative Plans in Place for 50 Billboards as well as other Traditional Messaging and Social Media American Principles SuperPAC is pleased to announce its first major outdoor media buy in several metro areas. To date, the PAC ...Read Full Article »
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Country's gas pains give Romney fuel for making domestic energy key issue. Mitt Romney is seizing on record-high gas prices in California to spotlight what he considers President Obama’s failed energy policies that have led to prices at the pump doubling over the past four years. Read Full ArticleRead Full Article »
Posted on 2012-11-06 12:36:00
The presidential campaign has wrapped up pretty much the way smart folks in both parties expected all along: It's close, with the outcome dependent more on whose partisans are loyal on Election Day than on how many voters changed their minds along the way.
Posted on 2012-11-06 08:00:00
President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney are within one percentage point of each other in Gallup's final pre-election survey of likely voters, with Romney holding 49% of the vote, and Obama 48%. After removing the 3% of undecided voters from the results and allocating their support proportionally to the two major candidates, Gallup's final allocated estimate of the race is 50% for Romney and 49% for Obama.
Posted on 2012-11-05 11:00:00
We begin with the three words everyone writing about the election must say: Nobody knows anything. Everyone's guessing. I spent Sunday morning in Washington with journalists and political hands, one of whom said she feels it's Obama, the rest of whom said they don't know. I think it's Romney. I think he's stealing in "like a thief with good tools," in Walker Percy's old words. While everyone is looking at the polls and the storm, Romney's slipping into the presidency. He's quietly rising, and he's been rising for a while.
Posted on 2012-11-05 10:33:00
One of New York's most influential and traditionally Democratic media organizations pulled a stunner Sunday when it reversed its 2008 endorsement of Barack Obama to join the New York Post in endorsing Mitt Romney.
Posted on 2012-11-05 10:30:00
Many of our friends who saw genius in the crease of Barack Obama's trousers four years ago lament that he might be cruising to re-election had he only focused first on the economy and postponed his liberal social priorities. This may be true, but it also misjudges the man and his Presidency. Mr. Obama has governed from the left not because he miscalculated his priorities but because these are his priorities.
Posted on 2012-11-04 00:08:00
When Obamacare's individual mandate takes effect in 2014, all Americans who file income tax returns must complete an additional IRS tax form. The new form will require disclosure of a taxpayer's personal identifying health information in order to determine compliance with the Affordable Care Act's individual mandate.
Posted on 2012-10-30 15:00:00
On the eve of the U.S. presidential election four years ago, educated people nearly everywhere understood that China was the country of the future, green was the energy of the future, and Barack Obama was a man of destiny. How quaint it all seems now.
Posted on 2012-10-30 10:05:00
President Obama has a problem with independents. And it's not a small problem. In the last three releases of the tracking poll conducted by The Washington Post and ABC News, Obama has trailed former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney among independent voters by between 16 and 20 percentage points.
Posted on 2012-10-30 10:00:00
President Obama says his administration is still investigating the attack on U.S. Consulate in Libya, and is offended at suggestions that it did not do enough to protect American targets there.
Posted on 2012-10-29 15:15:00
A new poll shows Mitt Romney 2 points ahead of President Obama in Ohio, in the latest survey showing the vital battleground contest tightening and too close to call. The Rasmussen Reports poll of likely voters had Romney slightly ahead at 50-48 percent. The lead, though, was well within the 4-point margin of error -- the results effectively reflect a virtual tie in the Buckeye State.
Posted on 2012-10-29 15:00:00
Mitt Romney gained a point over President Obama, according to a Gallup daily tracking poll released Monday, and now holds a healthy 5-percentage-point national lead. Romney took 51 percent support in the poll of likely voters, compared to 46 percent for Obama.
Posted on 2012-10-29 09:00:00
President Obama declined to answer directly whether a CIA annex was denied urgent requests for military assistance during the deadly attacks last month on U.S. outposts in Libya.