Six months ago, Pew's Project for Excellence in Journalism (PEJ) came out with a report claiming that the GOP candidates received more positive press coverage than President Obama. This morning, the group came out with another installment from the same ongoing study. Their press release claims: "The President’s media coverage in 2012 has been consistently negative while his Republican challenger has experienced a more mixed narrative.
Reports: Edwards rules out vice president slot By PAUL HAVEN, Associated Press Writer 22 minutes ago MADRID, Spain - John Edwards has ruled out being Barack Obama's running mate on the Democratic presidential ticket, according to in... Read Post
Democrat presidential candidate Barack Obama made another gaffe on the campaign trail Friday when he suggested at a luncheon hosted by the Cuban American National Foundation that Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez came to power while ... Read Post