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Nancy Pelosi and MoveOn.org posts Debt chart for Obama, Bush, Others – Misleading at Best

Nancy Pelosi and MoveOn.org posts Debt chart for Obama, Bush, Others – Misleading at Best

Politifact rates Pelosi Chart – Pants on Fire! A reader recently pointed us to a post on the website of MoveOn.org, a liberal group. The post features a bar graph titled, “Who Increased the Debt?” that offers figures for the [...]

South Carolina 2nd congressional district military veterans start ad war

South Carolina 2nd congressional district military veterans start ad war

Congressman Joe Wilson received national attention earlier this year when he shouted, “You Lie” during President Obama’s State of the Union Address. Following that outburst a rather under the wire congressman was in the spot light.

Soon after, tens of thousands of dollars where given to his opponent, Democrat Rob Miller to defeat Wilson. After Republicans got wind of the mass donations to Miller, Wilson began receiving donations from all over the country as well. When it was over, both candidates had more than a million dollars each for their campaigns.

A war, if you will, of sorts, took place between the two candidates early on. One side wanting to rid itself of a disrespectful incumbent and to replace him with a younger Iraqi war officer. And the other wanting to hold on to a leader who is willing to speak out against an over zealous executive.

Four SC Military Generals Ask 2nd District Congressional Candidate Rob Miller To Return $370,000+ in MoveOn.org Money

Four SC Military Generals Ask 2nd District Congressional Candidate Rob Miller To Return $370,000+ in MoveOn.org Money

Opinion-Editorial (Columbia, SC – August 1, 2010) Four retired South Carolina Army National Guard generals today released the following letter. It is being sent to newspapers around the Second Congressional District. “Dear Editor: “When a candidate seeks to serve in [...]

Congress takes first steps to circumvent Supreme Court ruling

Congress takes first steps to circumvent Supreme Court ruling

In response to the Supreme Court’s ruling in the recent Citizens United v. FEC case — which overturned campaign finance law that barred corporations and unions from paying unlimited sums for political ads and was widely hailed by conservatives as [...]