As the march toward November 6th intensifies, things might get weird. For example: someone apparently fired a shot into President Barack Obama’s campaign headquarters in Denver Colorado on Friday afternoon, shattering a large window.
The Denver Post reports the incident occurred around 3 p.m. There were people in the offices at the time but no injuries were reported.
A reporter for Denver’s alt-weekly Westword tweeted a photo of the shattered window and his puzzled comment:
So, just how much traffic did Mother Jones receive to their website after publishing their blockbuster video of Mitt Romney?
“The traffic melted the needle of our live meter,” said Monika Bauerlein, an editor at the liberal magazine, when we reached her this afternoon. “Our metric software just couldn’t keep up.”
“But you know, online publishing metrics are kind of voodoo anyway,” she said.
Ms. Bauerlein noted that the video has gotten 2.4 million views – that they know of.
Michele Bachmann’s husband, Marcus, knows how to put on a pair of heels. How did we learn this fascinating tidbit about the spouse of the Minnesota Congresswoman and Republican Presidential candidate? We found it on Facebook courtesy of Bachmann’s daughter.
Bachmann’s staff clearly has some lessons left to learn about the internet. This apparent lack Read More
Who Will Be #1?
Yes, you read that headline correctly.
The occasion was a debate on Piers Morgan Tonight on Monday night over President Barack Obama’s energy and Libya policy, and towards the end things got a little heated between the Queens congressman and the Manhattan real estate developer and (potential) presidential candidate.
Asked by Morgan if the U.S. Read More
Earlier this week we took note of a Roll Call report which said that Republican Randy Altschuler is exploring a re-match against incumbent Tim Bishop for a Suffolk County congressional seat.
This morning we received a fundraising solicitation from Bishop with the subject line “Deja Vu All Over Again,” which uses the prospect of Read More
The 2012 election is more than a year and a half away, but out in Suffolk County the potential rivals for the Congressional seat are going at each other like its the last 72 before the polls close.
Yesterday we made note of the fact that businessman Randy Altschuler is gearing up for another Read More