Dizzy’s Ten Post Round-Up

So much news, so much to do, so little time. Let’s jump right in, shall we? Morning cuppa?: Check Daily Youtubery?: Check. Ledisi – Alright Today’s Ten Post Round-Up?: Check. 1: Democrats stormed the polls, Tuesday… Democratic turnout thumped GOP turnout yesterday—AMERICAblog 2: Court tosses sexual assault case back to … Continue reading

Of Loans, Fundraising, Targets and Falling Short

The media and the blogosphere was a flutter on Wednesday about Hillary Clinton loaning her campaign $5 million. At her news conference this afternoon, Senator Clinton acknowledged the loan, saying: “I loaned the campaign $5 million from my money. That’s where I got the money. I did it because I believe very … Continue reading

Bundlers for Barack Obama Who Have Registered as Federal Lobbyists

The Obama camp is raking in the dough after Super Tuesday, but I wondering, did you hear Barack Obama in his speech last night when he claimed that his campaign “has not taken a dime of” lobbyist money? Not True, says Public Citizen who released a report detailing that ten … Continue reading

Will There Be a Brokered Deal for the Dem Nominee?

I’ve said here recently in the comments that I didn’t think it would be a good thing for the Dems to have to take the fight for the nomination to the convention floor this summer. Howard Dean weighed in on the possibility of a floor fight for the nomination or … Continue reading

Hillary’s Super Tuesday Victory Speech

Looking forward from Super Tuesday, here’s Hillary’s Super Tuesday Victory Speech (h/t C&L): The Clinton campaign notes today that the Super Tuesday “results confirmed Hillary’s strengths as a candidate and signaled that she made inroads with a number of key groups and demographics. As we look through the returns and … Continue reading

Dizzy’s Ten Post Round-Up

Despite my self-imposed news blackout, I was still following the blogs in my Google Reader. I also have one that my readers can follow, on my own website’s sidebar. If you had been watching it throughout the evening, you would have noted that there was a lot of primary reports … Continue reading

The Odd Facts of Delegate Numbers in California

I will not pretend to understand the very complex rules of the California Democratic Party with regard to delegate counts after the Primary. I do know these two things: A. It’s possible for a popular vote winner, like Hillary Clinton by nearly 10 points, to wind up with less delegates … Continue reading