The Democratic National Convention approved a resolution to support the protest movement, but #BlackLivesMatter thinks otherwise.
The Democratic National Committee is offering all sorts of perks at next year's presidential nominating convention in Philadelphia in return for whopping contributions.
A top de Blasio aide got six figures from the city’s tourism agency for heading the failed bid for the 2016 Democratic National Convention.
This is how I think of Julian Bond: At the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago (notice the shots of Mayor Richard J. Daley) being nominated for vice president, but too young to hold the job. (Yes, Bond is talking … Continue reading ?
Looks like Millenials and others at our nation’s colleges and universities don’t really have that much love for the Democrat Party if the empty auditorium for the College Democrat’s Annual
From the GREAT STATE OF MAINE… Monday Morning Shot of Rhetorical Red Bull The 2004 Democratic National Convention was held in Boston eleven(!!!) years ago this week. Howard Dean, who ignited the lefty blogosphere (he's the reason I stumbled on to Daily Kos), wasn't our nominee. Show More Summary
There's a fun moment, back in the 2012 Democratic National Convention, where Bill Clinton is doing his job as his party's Explainer-in-Chief. He's talking about the Romney/Ryan attacks on Obama for "robbing Medicare." He explains how Obamacare does not, in fact, rob the program, but that the legendary Ryan budget does punch...
The Democratic National Committee announced late Wednesday that it was eliminating the fundraising restrictions imposed by Barack Obama for accounts underwriting the party's convention and presidential campaign. As a candidate in 2008,...Show More Summary
The Democratic National Committee once again will begin raising money for its convention account from federal lobbyists and political action committees, partially lifting a ban imposed by President Barack Obama in 2008.
The Democratic National Committee will lift its ban on donations from political action committees and lobbyists for it convention fund-raising and for the accounts it shares with presidential campaigns.
President Obama first visited "The Daily Show With Jon Stewart" in November 2005 when he was a rising star in the Senate who'd made a name for himself with a stirring speech at the 2004 Democratic National Convention.
The Netroots Nation Convention this past weekend had some testy moments for a few of the Democratic hopefuls. Convention attendees had legitimate gripes when the Black Lives Matter movement was somehow glossed over in lieu of the 'All Lives Matter' mention, when it's very obvious that Black Lives somehow matter less to the police. Show More Summary
You built this… All hell broke loose at the progressive Netroots Nation conference this weekend. Activists for #BlackLivesMatter basically staged... The post Democrat O’Malley Apologizes for Saying “ALL LIVES MATTER” at #Netroots Convention (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
The progressive convention Netroots Nation is happening today in Phoenix, Arizona, where some of the Democratic presidential candidates have spoken.
At the Netroots Nation convention on Friday, Senator Elizabeth Warren delivered a direct challenge to Hillary Clinton and all Democratic presidential campaigns to support legislation that would end the “revolving door” between top government positions and corporate America.“Anyone who want
Steven Rosenfield, AlterNet: On Monday, three Democratic presidential candidates -- Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton and Martin O'Malley -- gave half-hour speeches at the National Council of La Raza's annual convention in Kansas City....Show More Summary
Sanders connects at the Latino civil rights group's big convention. On Monday, three Democratic presidential candidates—Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton and Martin O’Malley—gave half-hour speeches at the National Council of La Raza’sShow More Summary
At the Democratic National Convention in Madison Square Garden, Governor Bill Clinton won his party's presidential nomination.
A spokesperson for the National Council of La Raza, the biggest Latino advocacy group in the United States, says that the organization invited every current Republican and Democratic presidential candidate to their annual convention taking place in Kansas City, Mo., but only the Democrats agreed to come.
From the Wall Street Journal: The nation’s largest Latino advocacy group says it invited every presidential candidate to annual convention next week. Not a single Republican plans to attend, a spokesman said. Democrats Hillary Clinton, the former secretary of state, and Martin O’Malley, former governor of Maryland, will appear at a lunch Monday in Kansas [Read more...]