Chris Dodd, who was endorsed by the International Association of Fire Fighters, is looking for a hand getting on the ballot in ten states, including New York.
From a campaign email:
“We need your help to collect the signatures [sic] to make sure his name is on the ballot in your Read More
At last, Chris Dodd has made a significant contribution to the Democratic presidential race.
The Connecticut Senator, who hopelessly hovers near zero percent in polls and who seems to begin an inordinate number of his answers in debates with “I agree with what everyone else has said so far,” violated his own prohibition on making Read More
Hillary Clinton and John Edwards stepped in it recently when, unaware that a microphone was on, they were seemingly caught conspiring to limit the number of candidates allowed to participate in the 42,000 or so remaining Democratic debates and forums.
Much of the heat they took was deserved. After all, crowded presidential fields are Read More
Times columnist Tom Friedman just delivered a speech at the Personal Democracy Forum entitled “What happens when we all have a dog’s hearing,” about the saturation of communication technology in our lives. (As if to prove his point, the speech was delivered against an audio backdrop of blogger key-strokes.)
After reading his speech, Read More
It wasn’t until after Hillary Clinton’s most recent visit to Nevada this Sunday that I noticed this, but as one of her donors based there told me, she was the beneficiary of a fund-raiser hosted for her at the local Four Seasons a month ago by two supporters named Brian and Myra Greenspun. Read More