Romney's repetitious campaign fumbles have been the source of amusement for Democrats and frustration for Republicans. As members of his own party have been distancing themselves, Mrs. Romney jumps to his defense:
I just want to briefly weigh in on the "47%" video published by Mother Jones. There is nothing shocking about what was said here. Romney is in a room with his donors explaining his campaign philosophy; not his political views. As he points out, some voters won't vote for ...
Before you give heed to Republican criticisms of how "the President has failed America," read this article by Paul Krugman.
A year ago President Obama proposed boosting the economy with a combination of tax cuts and spending increases, aimed in particular at sustaining state and local government employment. ... The Jobs ...
I've been taking a lot of time lately to determine a best practice way of incorporating a RESTful approach to Django views. My goal is to come up with a solution so simple, using a third party library won't be necessary.
President Bill Clinton, who presided over years of American prosperity, gave a speech at the 2012 Democratic National Convention that was down to earth, yet extraordinarily powerful. In case you missed it, the New York Times has a video in high definition.
How anyone can take Fox News seriously is beyond me. After yesterday's topstory about an assertion found in an article by another conservative news paper about words a Democrat may or may not have said to an Israel ambassador, today we are enlightened with this headline: