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The 48-minute address — nearly 3,200 words of prepared text and a thousand more of classic Clinton riffs — checked off nearly every item on the Obama campaign’s wish list:
The New York Soda ban was approved today by the city’s Board of Health. That means that it will soon be illegal for New Yorks to by venti Frappucinos, big gulp slurpees, or any sugar-sweetened drink in a cup larger than 16-ounces. The Huffington Post reports that nine members of the Board of Health voted […]
Taxes on salary and other ordinary income The Obama Plan: It would retain the current 10%, 15%, 25% and 28% rates but would raise the top two rates for higher-income folks (singles with income over $200,000 and married joint-filing couples with income over $250,000). For them, the top two rates would increase to 36% and […]
Hackers operating under the Anonymous umbrella have leaked more than 1 million Apple iPhone and iPad IDs, which were allegedly swiped from the FBI. On Monday, the Antisec arm of the hacker collective said it had released 1,000,001 unique device identifier numbers (UDIDs) used by Apple, app developers, and ad networks to label iPhone and […]
Two people were killed and at least eight wounded in a shooting outside the Empire State Building on Friday, a New York police source said, creating chaos and shocking tourists and commuters who witnessed the bloody scene outside the landmark tourist attraction. One of the dead was the shooter, the source said, adding there was […]
Mitt Romney is launching a false attack, but it turns out he actually agrees with President Obama.
Betsy Hoover, Director of Online Organizing for Obama for America, shows you how to use the Online Call Tool. It’s never been easier to connect with other volunteers in your area.
Mitt Romney ran for governor of Massachusetts promising more jobs, decreased debt, and smaller government. By the time Romney left office, state debt had increased, the size of government had grown, and Massachusetts had fallen behind almost every other state in job creation. Romney economics didn’t work then, and it won’t work now