Latinos Favor Obama by Big Margin

According to a poll released today, Barack Obama is picking up steam among Latino voters and he is “winning support from the vast majority of those who had voted for rival Hillary Rodham Clinton in the Democratic primaries.” The national survey, conducted by the nonpartisan Pew Hispanic Center, showed that … Continue reading

Ten Post Round-Up: July 24, 2008

At some point while reading this round-up, your heart will break, your funny bone will be tickled and your ire will be raised. 1. When pop culture meets real-life…it ain’t pretty! Salt Lake Tribune: Motorist’s quip about ‘Grey Poupon’ met with cocked, black handgunA Sandy man took offense to a … Continue reading

Your Activism Will Get You a Ticket to the Nomination

If you want a ticket to the nomination of Barack Obama in Denver, your commitment to activism will get you a seat: In a half-hour interview Wednesday with The Denver Post, Obama’s deputy campaign manager, Steve Hildebrand, said he wants to use the ticketing process as a massive recruitment tool … Continue reading

Novak’s Victim In Casts

Apparently columnist Robert Novak’s victim is worse than the news first reported. WJLA reports “a hospital source told ABC 7 News,” that the victim is in “worse shape than first thought” and the WaPo has confirmed: The Washington Post confirmed the victim’s identity to be 66-year-old Don Lilkinquist. A source who saw Lilkinquist said he had appeared somewhat … Continue reading