Christine O'Donnell, who had been director of global communications director, recently resigned from the agency.
I HOPE WE’RE NOT TOO MESSIANIC, OR A TRIFLE TOO SATANIC: Stumping for Hillary, Obama Claims He Is Not A Demon. Barack Obama morphed into Christine O’Donnell so slowly, I hardly even noticed.
Bloomberg BNA: Former Republican Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell illegally used campaign funds to pay her rent and utilities in 2010 and 2011, a federal court in Wilmington, Del., ruled (Federal Election Commission v. O’Donnell, D. Del., No. 15-17, memorandum opinion9/21/16). … Continue reading ?
Former Republican NJ Governor Christine Todd Whitman tells Lawrence O'Donnell why she believes Donald Trump is
Prophets and intellectual giants on the order of Christine O’Donnell and Antonin Scalia have been warning us about this slippery slope for years. If the Supreme Court continues to recognize a so-called “right to privacy,” then perhaps the most sacred right exercised by state governments — the power to ban masturbation — might be threatened. […]
Yesterday, Donald Trump made the worst possible hash out of a question on abortion that you could even imagine. He basically made Todd Akin, Richard Mourdock, and Christine O’Donnell look like seasoned veterans in terms of manipulating the media minefield of abortion questions. Show More Summary
Partisan Democrats get incredibly excited when Republicans pick lousy candidates who enable them to stumble to victory. Names like Christine O’Donnell, Todd Akin, Sharron Angle, and Richard Mourdock are etched in recent political history as extremist conservatives who handed Democrats seats they were fated to lose. Show More Summary
Remember Christine O'Donnell? The tea party candidate infamous for not being a witch? Well, on CNN today, not only did she defend Hillary Clinton, but she basically admitted a Clinton presidency scares her less than a Donald Trump presidency.
THAT SLY COME-HITHER STARE: “See how politics and witchcraft intersect. You knew they would.” (So, second look at Christine O’Donnell?)
The White House couldn’t have bungled its refugee pitch more unless it had detailed a plan to profit by stealing underpants. Christine O’Donnell called an FEC investigation into her campaign a "witch hunt," though it would be more accurate...Show More Summary
DOVER, Del. (AP) — Former U.S. Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell said Friday that a Federal Election Commission lawsuit accusing her of improper campaign expenditures is a "witch hunt" and a waste of taxpayer dollars. O'Donnell, who...Show More Summary
Has it really been that long?! The 1995 classic Now and Then came out exactly 20 years ago today, and we're thinking back on all the magic it's brought us. From an outstanding cast that included Demi Moore, Rosie O'Donnell, Christinia Ricci, and Melanie Griffith, to a wonderful coming of age story that's basically the female equivalent [...]
The Washington Times, known formerly as the Moonie Paper has been a holding of the Unification Church of the late Sun Myung Moon. Today it features Conservative perspectives, like those from "I'm Not A Witch," Christine O'Donnell and Fox News' Monica Crowley and Former Judge, Andrew Napolitano. Show More Summary
With the exception of the controversies involving involving Christine O’Donnell and Sarah Palin, witchcraft has not been a persistent problem in this country’s elections. The same cannot be said for Tanzania. Indeed, the problem is so great that the government has released a warning to candidates in the October elections not to engage in witchcraft […]
Bloomberg BNA: “Federal Election Commission regulations prohibiting campaign money from being spent to pay a candidate’s rent are unconstitutional, attorneys for former Republican Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell has argued in a new federal court filing (FEC v. O’Donnell,, D. … Continue reading ?
Trials not involving witches
Forbes: Bungled IRS Liens, Levies, Audits...But No Targeting, Just Ask Christine O'Donnell, by Robert W. Wood: IRS audits are infrequent, usually impacting only a tiny fraction of the populace. Yet if you are audited multiple times, you might think you were targeted. If you are a Tea Party political candidate...
Was a Tea Party candidate targeted twice by the IRS, and what recourse to taxpayers have when IRS liens and levies are wrong?