August 22, 2012
Democrats, joined by NBC and AP, say Romney's new ad is a play for white voters at blacks' expense. "No basis in reality," says a Romney spokesman.
A place to love English muffins. Come love with me, my people.
Embedding isn't just for videos anymore. How the future of the internet is about a different kind of copying and pasting.
A new video dug up by the Weekly Standard shows President Obama saying he was pro-choice even in the cases of late term abortions. During his 2003 Senate run, then State Senator Obama often talked up his support for late term abortions, including in this 2003 interview with The Illinois Channel.
This email thread from a Virginia pro-Obama listserv offers a glimpse into tension in the hope-and-change crowd. "We're supposed to be the adult party."
And with nothing more serious than a couple of broken bones. Plus the London Olympians go back to their day jobs and pink hair isn't just for girls anymore.
Comedy Central's "Indecision" and 92Y do the honors.
On his thirteenth trip to Nevada, Exhibit A of the Great Recession, Obama keeps his distance from billionaire foes Sheldon Adelson and Steve Wynn. Angry heckler booted from event.
Women who got pregnant or were conceived through rape often feel ignored by anti-abortion advocates — even though some of them are anti-abortion themselves.
How much you wanna bet John Sununu was driving?
Because...who cares about the issues?
Paul Ryan has blamed President Obama for "reckless, irresponsible defense cuts" that are a "result of President's failed leadership" that were built into the Budget Control Act on Hannity last night. But Ryan himself voted for the bill that put the possibility of defense sequestration on the table calling it "bipartisan compromise" and "a good thing." Since the deal bill was signed into bill, Ryan has joined the choir of Republicans wanting the Defense Department off the hook from the automatic cuts.
Stand-up comedians who tell the same jokes night after night are kind of lucky that CNN doesn't livestream all of their performances.
"Diamond Dave" is a DJ/entertainer who sings along to the karaoke tracks for LMFAO songs as he DJs them. This club can't even handle him right now.
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Time to get your life together! These are the quick, cheap tips that don't entail remodeling or custom-building expensive furniture pieces to gain precious storage space.
Nerdy charm and a sharp new line of attack. She's a far better candidate than she was a few months ago — but that may not be enough.
How do they get so many bullets inside? Many turrets were harmed in the making of this cross-section.
Smartphones are eating cameras, not the other way around. But how is a camera company supposed to come to terms with that?
A poll focused on the economy shows that most young Americans are dissatisfied with their money situation and looking forward to voting in November. Conservatives hope they'll leave Obama?
I smell Oscar bait. With a serious subject matter, a star studded cast, and what appears to be Daniel Day Lewis wearing the skin of ACTUAL Abe Lincoln, this movie looks promising.
Wait, I can explain! Also, a rumor about Gosling/Mendes non-baby drama and you'll never guess who just backed Todd Akin.
THIS MAN IS A LEGEND. And he does it all WITH ONE HAND!
With a great credit limit, comes great responsibility. Even the Earth's most powers heroes are still subject to interest rates.
In a 2000 debate on the House floor over a partial birth abortion ban Paul Ryan called a women's health exception to the ban "wide enough to drive a mack truck through" and said — as he had before — that exceptions to the partial birth abortion ban would make the bill "meaningless." ( h/t to James Carter who originally flagged part of the video)
It didn't hurt JFK in 1960.
The presidential candidates' many great-grandmothers are the talk of the compound. "Why did [Romney] have to be so strong against it?"
In a photo posted on his Facebook Todd Akin says the "liberal elitist media" is trying to make him drop out of his Senate race. The RNC, NRSC, and Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney have all called for Akin to withdraw from his Senate race. A spokesman for Akin did not immediately return a request for comment.