Less than two dozen people have shown up for a government shutdown protest Tuesday sponsored by President Obama’s dark money group Organizing for Action, according to Politico’s Reid Epstein.
Leaked emails in which a left-wing nonprofit promotes events by the President Obama-aligned Organizing for Action and circulates Democratic Party talking points on the government shutdown may be a possible violation of rules governing tax-exempt status for such organizations, experts say.
The Democratic National Committee (DNC) is mired in debt and is even putting off payments to vendors, who complained anonymously to CNN about overdue bills owed by the party’s national committee.
Not a single person showed up at the Georgetown waterfront Tuesday for a climate change agenda event put on by Organizing for Action, the shadowy nonprofit advocacy group born out of President Obama’s 2012 campaign.
“Organizing for Action” Executive Director Jon Carson expressed his thanks Wednesday morning to the whopping 12 OFA-California volunteers who welcomed President Obama to Los Angeles this week, tweeting a picture of them holding supportive posters.
Organizing for Action, the shadowy liberal advocacy group that emerged from President Barack Obama’s reelection campaign, recently cut its fundraising targets in half, the Huffington Post notes.
Former deputy Obama campaign manager Stephanie Cutter is now advising Bank of America on how to push back against efforts to break up the big banks.
Sen. Kelly Ayotte’s (R., N.H.) vote on background check legislation has inspired a deluge of outside spending and heightened media attention.
ALEXANDRIA, Va. — Rep. Jim Moran (D., Va.) compared gun violence in America to “domestic terrorism” and 9/11 at a gun control rally Saturday.