In a radio interview with Atlanta’s V-103, President Obama said a victory for Democratic Senate hopeful Michelle Nunn is critical if he is going to continue advancing his agenda.
Greg Orman is still being coy about his partisan allegiances, but more high-dollar Democratic donors are lining up behind his independent U.S. Senate run in Kansas.
Election Day is less than two weeks away, and Democrats are starting to panic. Many have made fun of their increasingly frantic fundraising emails over the past several months, but in recent days parody has become reality. Seriously, these emails are out of control.
Michigan Democrat Gary Peters’ latest campaign disclosures show no sign that he donated a convicted felon’s campaign contributions to charity as he has repeatedly claimed.
Democratic Nebraska Senate candidate Dave Domina is out with a new political ad that features a bedridden coma patient decked out in one of the campaign’s T-shirts.
Monica Lewinsky injected herself into the news cycle once again this week, this time with a fascinating re-writing of her dubious place in history. Lewinsky painted herself as victim, once again, but this time she claims to be a victim of the Internet. Or, more specifically, of Matt Drudge and the Drudge Report.
In Lewinsky’s warped (or calculated) view of her time in the limelight, she was the world’s first victim of “cyberbullying” and Drudge the first perpetrator.
One thing about the Internet that is undeniable is that it creates a record of a person’s behavior and statements so when they attempt to rearrange their personal narrative, as Lewinsky is attempting, previous statements can be reflected upon and held up to new-found interpretations of past deeds.