From Bill O'Reilly and Glenn Beck to Daft Punk and Super PACs, a look back at Colbert's many nemeses.
After nine years at the helm of The Colbert Report, where he turned his brilliant right-wing persona into a sprawling marketing empire (see your grocery's freezer section), explained super PACs to everyday Americans, enlightened us about...Show More Summary
"Stand with Hillary: Part 2" was originally released on Dec. 12, 2014. The original text is below: Remy helps the Stand with Hillary super PAC come up with a new music video. Approximately 2 minutes. Written and performed by Remy. Music tracks and background vocals by Ben Karlstrom. Show More Summary
Remy helps the Stand with Hillary super PAC come up with a new music video. "Stand with Hillary: Part 2 (Arkansas Badonkadonk)" is the latest from Reason TV. Watch above or click the link below for full lyrics, downloadable versions, and more. View this article.
Although ballots are still being counted in a handful of 2014 midterm elections, at least one Democrat super PAC is getting a jump on the 2016 presidential contest. On Monday, the left-wing American Bridge released what it calls a "media...Show More Summary
In the 2014 midterms, independent candidate Greg Orman nearly unseated GOP incumbent Sen. Pat Roberts (R-KS), but eventually lost by a ten-point margin. This was sad for the Democrats, because a Democrat-affiliated Super PAC had secretly poured $1.5 million into his race.
The Berkshire Hathaway CEO donated $25,000 in the third quarter to a pro-Hillary Super PAC
As of Thanksgiving, Ready for Hillary is in debt.
A new pro-Clinton super PAC called “Stand with Hillary” released a song Thursday that seems to target the white, male voters whom Democrats had great trouble attracting in the midterm elections last month.
Is it possible to build a case for a Hillary Clinton presidency in a country music video? A new pro-Clinton super PAC called “Stand with Hillary” has given it a try, releasing a song Thursday that seems to target the white, male voters whom Democrats had great trouble attracting in the midterm elections last month.
The image of a generic blue collar guy singing a country ballad probably isn't what comes to mind when one thinks of the average Hillary 2016 supporter. But the Stand With Hillary super PAC has tapped into some twangy talent in hopes of appealing to a surprising demographic. Show More Summary
A corny campaign ad put out by the Hillary Clinton Super PAC Stand With Hillary generated revulsion and disbelief on Twitter, today. Released in November, but not noticed on Twitter until this morning, the ad attempts to appeal to the white working class voters Obama lost, with a cloying country music theme and attempt at folksy charm. Show More Summary
It might not enter country's top 40, but a new music video release by a pro-Hillary Clinton super PAC has made its way into the pantheon of viral (and mocked) political videos.
Hillary Clinton might still be playing coy about whether she’ll run for president in 2016, but her fans sure aren’t. One of the newest Clinton-supporting super PACs, Stand With Hillary, released a three-minute music video supporting her yet-to-be-announced presidential bid. Show More Summary
Just days ahead of a runoff election, the conservative Super PAC Ending Spending Action Fund is running a devastating new web ad that cites incumbent Senator Mary Landrieu (D-LA) aping President Obama's famous claim that "if you like...Show More Summary
Dr. Ben Carson's business manager urges potential conservative donors, who are looking to give money to the 63-year-old neurosurgeon's potential 2016 presidential campaign, to be wary of donating to the widely-publicized unaffiliated political action group, National Draft Ben Carson for President Committee.
This week in Statshot: money may not buy happiness, but countries with growing economies, as well as more stable politics, tend to have more satisfied citizens; also, computer hackers’ theft of credit-card information tops the list of what Americans fear most; and more.
The Tea Party Army’s fundraising appeals are not subtle. A recent e-mail sent by the group, a super PAC, warns the reader that when George W. Bush left office, there were 1.8 million Muslims living America, and now there are “close to 7 million.” “This horde of new Muslims may be quiet for now,” the…
In a Manhattan hotel, the new super PAC hands came together with Clinton war-room veterans and those who still have nightmares from 2008.
On Friday, Ready for Hillary, a super PAC that has been described as “a make-work program for former Clinton hands,” and that is busy building a database of donors and volunteers that the group will eventually sell or rent to an official Clinton campaign, held an all-day meeting at the Sheraton on Fifty-third Street, in New York. Show More Summary