The 2012 presidential campaign is quickly devolving into a match between each side on how outlandish or completely false they can make ads against their opponents.
Wishing a pink slip on anyone during these economic times may be harsh, but for saying that Romney’s Romneycare in Massachusetts would have saved Soptic’s wife and drawing conservative ire across the country, Andrea Saul deserves it.
Karl Rove has come up with a business, his Super PAC, that offers wealthy businesses with legal problems potential for relief.
Sheldon Adelson, the largest foreign investor in China, has invested tens of millions of dollars in influencing the 2012 election and has vowed to spend $100 million to put his thumb on the scale for Mitt Romney in November.
What is to stop a foreign country from funneling money through US businesses or political donors into Super PACs to buy US elections?
When the U.S. Supreme Court allowed unlimited fundraising through Super PAC’s, campaign finance champions worried it would allow candidates to be bought by a small, but powerful American plutocracy.
With a couple of simple fixes from Congress, billions of dollars could be put into the economy by allowing middle class families to refinance their mortgages and by keeping student loans at market rates. Maybe […]
The presidential race is still months away, but the money continues to pour into both campaigns. But for the first time, President Obama is getting outraised by his Republican counterpart.
Floridians who grow tired of the political ad wars may not want to turn on their televisions for the rest of the year.
President Barack Obama’s speech at the University of Miami Thursday serves as only part of the reason he’s coming to South Florida. The other part is to continue trying to raise as much money as possible for his re-election campaign.