President Barack Obama is repurposing his old campaign organization into an ambitious new entity that will help the White House achieve its agenda, according to the Los Angeles Times.
The New York Times’ media blog found that public interest in the war in Afghanistan is so low that it did not register as one of the biggest stories of 2012.
Buzzfeed has run a profile of the opposition researcher who discovered and released the video of then-candidate Romney’s “47 percent” remarks.
“You never want a serious crisis to go to waste,” former White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel said in November 2008. Democrats and liberal pundits are following Emanuel’s advice and refusing to let Hurricane Sandy, which has left at least 40 dead, distract them from their political mission of preventing Mitt Romney from becoming president.
Despite the Obama campaign’s stated desire to run a positive campaign focused on economic issues in the midst of the worst recovery in American history, Democrats and their allies began attacking GOP nominee Mitt Romney and his running mate Paul Ryan on abortion weeks before Akin made his inflammatory comments.
The Obama administration is waging a highly coordinated media campaign to thwart a potential Israeli strike on Iranian nuclear facilities, according to one of Israel’s top defense reporters.