Nearly 80 percent of President Obama’s major donors in 2008 received political appointments, such as ambassadorships and other administration posts, the New York Times reported Wednesday in an article focusing on the president’s reelection woes.
The Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA) sent a letter to top Obama officials asking them to oppose San Bernardino County’s use of eminent domain to seize mortgage-backed securities.
Morgan Freeman has given President Barack Obama $1,000,000 to combat the conservatives he has branded as racist.
Reporters and editors at such news outlets as the New York Times and the Huffington Post donated to President Barack Obama’s re-election effort, the Daily Caller reports.
The man behind scandal-ridden Washington, D.C. mayor Vincent Gray’s massive “shadow campaign” is an Obama donor, Politico reports.
President Obama’s reelection team has raised 38.6 percent more money from the Hamptons than the Romney campaign.
President Barack Obama’s second-largest fundraiser owns a large stake in America’s number one outsourcer.
Despite President Obama’s outspoken criticism of the influence of anonymous, deep-pocketed donors in the political process, an anonymous donor is footing the bill for the president’s upcoming visit to Durham, New Hampshire.
John Carter, Battleship, The Dictator, Dark Shadows—add Barack Obama’s campaign to the list of Hollywood bombs shelling the 2012 summer box office. Like them, Obama for America is in the red, and reviews are not positive.