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The Secret Service has shared pictures of the two dogs involved in last night's White House fence-jumping incident. Both dogs sustained minor injuries and were given the day off.
Democratic ?Super PAC? Takes a Pass on South Dakota
The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee is investing $1 million in the South Dakota Senate race, but a "super PAC" tied to Harry Reid has not.
Three More Democrats Endorse Howie Hawkins for New York Governor
Press Release from the Hawkins campaign:
Progressive and Democratic anger at Governor Cuomo on everything from fracking to the Moreland Commission on corruption, from tax breaks for the rich to too much money in politics has pushed progressive support towards Howie Hawkins. That building groundswell of support amongst traditional grassroots base groups of the Democratic Party is awakening voters to the Green Party candidate’s campaign and progressive credentials.… Read more ...
Set your DVR: The White House is throwing an outdoor concert next month to honor the troops, with performers to include Mary J. Blige, Willie Nelson, John Fogerty, Common and Romeo Santos.
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo of New York foresees ?something really, really, really big? for Hillary Rodham Clinton?s future.
At $4 Billion, 2014 Is Most Expensive Midterm Ever
Nearly $4 billion will be been spent on this year's midterm election, including $2.7 billion spent by candidates and parties and almost $900 million spent by outside groups, according to a Center for Responsive Politics projection.
Sarah Palin Endorses Independent Candidate Bill Walker for Governor of Alaska
According to this story, Sarah Palin recently endorsed Bill Walker for Governor of Alaska. Walker is the independent candidate.
Representative Bruce Braley calls for more potluck dinners to help cure Washington of gridlock, in the latest in the ?Fixing Washington? video series.
Jim Manley: Anyone who thinks that House Republicans' takeaway from this election is that they must compromise more needs to get his head examined.
Cotton uses propaganda video from people trying to terrorize America ... to terrorize America
The latest ad from GOP Rep. Tom Cotton in his bid to replace Democratic Sen. Mark Pryor has a simple message?Arkansans should be very, very afraid of ISIS. But even though that's a pretty simple message, packaging it into a visually compelling 30-second campaign ad is no easy feat, especially with less than two weeks to go before Election Day. Fortunately for Cotton, there was an easy solution to his problem:
The ad about ISIS uses footage directly from the group ? a 55-minute long ISIS video, ?Flames of War,? which was professionally made and features graphic content that includes a mass execution of a group of men who fall into a ditch.So in order to terrorize Americans about ISIS, Cotton decided to use a propaganda video that ISIS produced in order to terrorize Americans. We will probably never know if Cotton is actually as terrorized by ISIS as he claims to be, but one thing is for sure: Both he and ISIS are using that video for the same purpose?political propaganda.
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