Former U.S. president Bill Clinton, whose electrifying speech last week at the Democratic convention got rave reviews, said current president Barack Obama had a look at his speech and suggested changes. Clinton said he liked them and used them.
When Fox News played REM's hit song "Losing My Religion" following commentary about the Democratic Party's stance on religious morality issues they were quickly served with a cease and desist order from the uberpop group.
Now that the national political conventions are over, political pundits and average citizens now debate who was the big winner, Democrats or Republicans. The question also arises as to whether the convention winner will also win at the ballot box.
Twitter reports that President Obama’s speech Thursday night set a new Twitter record for a political event right on par with Usain Bolt's final race in the 2012 Olympic relay. What did the president say to get this type of response?
It would have been easy for President Obama to try to match the emotional pitch of his wife Michelle's speech Tuesday night or the homespun whit of President Clinton on display Wednesday night. Thankfully, he did not try to match applause lines.
Peter Schiff, CEO of Euro Pacific Capital and bestselling author, went undercover this week at the Democratic National Convention. There he promoted the idea of banning or limiting corporate profit and many people he spoke with agreed with the measure.
On Tuesday, Fox news asked, "How will Michelle Obama's speech stack up to Ann Romney's?" If the number of tweets per minute during a speech is any indication, then the question has already answered itself.
As the Democratic Party attempts to sell the nation on another four years of President Barack Obama’s economic prescriptions, a new report shows U.S. manufacturing, in August, shrank at the fastest rate in three years.
An atheist group has started a firestorm with its new billboard campaign attacking the religions of both Obama and Romney; one showing Jesus on a piece of toast and the other shows a man seemingly floating in space wearing white underwear.
Recently it was announced, that Hillary Clinton's name would be placed in nomination at the Democratic National Committee. To many it is considered a mere formality to appease her supporters, but questions abound regarding how many votes she will get.
The Denver City Council is holding a meeting to finalize preparations to ban certain items from being brought to protest at the Democratic national convention. Three groups that plan to protest are prepared to sign what they call a "doo doo accord".
With the planned protests from a variety of groups to be held during the Democratic National Convention, the CIAC will be operating 24 hours a day and be fully staffed with up to eight intelligence analysts at any given time.