Video Articles

Warren's Cab Company Claims Republican Staffer Struck First

10:59 AM, Aug 28, 2012

The cab company employed by Massachusetts Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren claims that the Republican party employee who shot this video struck Warren's driver first.

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American Future Fund: Obama Meant What He Said

1:41 PM, Jul 26, 2012

Plenty of left-leaning outlets, and recently Barack Obama himself, have claimed conservatives are taking the president's "you didn't build that" comments out of context.

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Casey Distances Himself from Obama, 'You Didn't Build That'

9:01 AM, Jul 24, 2012

Pennsylvania Democrat Bob Casey, who is up for reelection this year, carefully put some space between himself and Barack Obama's recent comment that American entrepreneurs didn't build their businesses on their own.

Speaking at a luncheon in Harrisburg, Casey said that "everyone knows that when someone builds a business and is successful, they are successful for a variety of reasons. One of the reasons they're successful is they work hard."

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Romney Aide: We Will 'Hit a Reset Button' in Fall Campaign

"Like an Etch-a-Sketch."
11:17 AM, Mar 21, 2012

Mitt Romney adviser Eric Fehrnstrom told CNN this morning that Boston will "reset" its campaign for the general election. Via Greg Sargent:

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SNL on Romney

12:03 PM, Jan 15, 2012

NBC's Saturday Night Live poked fun at Mitt Romney in the cold opening of last night's show. Watch it below:

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Romney's Closing Argument in Iowa

10:14 AM, Dec 26, 2011

Mitt Romney's latest television ad is airing in Iowa a week ahead of the January 3 caucuses. The thirty-second ad focuses on Romney as a "conservative businessman" and features his promise to "get rid of Obamacare." Watch the video below:

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Romney Earns Endorsements

3:09 PM, Dec 02, 2011

Former Iowa governor Robert Ray has endorsed Mitt Romney for president. Ray is a moderate Republican who served as governor of the Hawkeye State for 14 years. "I want our next president to be someone whose character and judgment I respect and whose ideas are valid for our country," Ray said in a statement. "I believe Mitt Romney offers the personal qualities and vision to become a truly great president."

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Kerry: Taxes Will Increase When Bush Cuts Expire

4:06 PM, Nov 21, 2011

Masscahusetts senator John Kerry admitted today that allowing the Bush tax cuts to expire will result in a "major tax increase." Kerry is a member of the so-called supercommittee.

"You're guaranteed, unless it's changed, a major tax increase on January 1st, 2013, when the Bush tax cuts expire," Kerry said this morning on MSNBC's Morning Joe. Watch the video below:

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Rick Perry's Brain Freeze

9:57 PM, Nov 09, 2011

In Wednesday night's debate, Rick Perry said he would get rid of three federal departments when he is president. But in a cringe-inducing moment, he couldn't remember which three:

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RNC Ad: Obama in His Own Words

10:49 AM, Nov 01, 2011

Jonathan Karl of ABC says the latest ad from the Republican National Committee is a preview of how the eventual GOP nominee will try to frame the 2012 election. Watch it below:

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Perry Ad: 'I'm a Doer, Not a Talker'

9:02 AM, Oct 31, 2011

Rick Perry has a new ad out in Iowa today, reminding voters of his strengths:

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Perry Ad: Conservatives Love His Tax Plan

2:12 PM, Oct 28, 2011

Rick Perry has a new ad showcasing the support of prominent conservatives like Steve Forbes and Rush Limbaugh for his economic plan. WEEKLY STANDARD senior writer Steve Hayes makes a (vocal) appearance:

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Firefighters' Union to Senate: Vote for Jobs Bill Provision

7:08 AM, Oct 20, 2011

The Hill reports that the International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF), an AFL-CIO affiliated union, is out with a new ad campaign urging Congress to pass a provision of the president's jobs bill being brought to the Senate floor this week. The provision allots $35 billion to the states to allow "400,000 teachers and first responders to keep their jobs and get their jobs back," according to Harry Reid, although the majority leader admitted yesterday some of that money wouldn't go to creating or keeping jobs.

Watch the video below, which tells viewers to urge their senators to "vote to fix public safety":

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Romney Video: Is Perry Ready to Lead?

Plus, the DNC tweaks Romney on flip-flopping.
5:12 PM, Oct 19, 2011

Fresh off of last night's debate on CNN, the Romney campaign has a new video with a mash-up of GOP rival Rick Perry's worst performances at all of the recent debates. The question the video asks is if Perry is "ready to lead." Watch below:

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The Beast That Ate the News Cycle

How online video is reshaping the political landscape.
11:30 AM, Oct 18, 2011

Unless you were unconscious last week – or perhaps a Yankees, Phillies or Red Sox fan in October isolation – you’ve likely seen the extraordinary online video of a horned beast attacking a mountain biker in South Africa. It’s captivating because of the random violence and the fact that the biker only suffered a concussion.

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Elizabeth Warren, Rock Thrower

2:56 PM, Oct 12, 2011

A new web video from the Massachusetts Republican Party says Democratic Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren is "too divisive" and "too radical." Watch below:

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First Perry Ad Focuses on Jobs

1:26 PM, Aug 15, 2011

Here's Rick Perry's first ad of his presidential campaign. The narrator refers to Perry as "America's jobs governor" and cites the Texas governor's economic record:


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Veena Malik, Freedom Fighter

3:21 PM, Mar 26, 2011

I confess that I'd never heard of Pakistani actress Veena Malik until I saw this video of her tearing into an Islamic cleric for his hypocrisy and twisted moral oppression. She's awfully attractive to begin with, but her courage somehow makes her irrisitable: 

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