The interim Democratic National Committee chairwoman came under scrutiny as new evidence points to abuses of power.
Former Moveon.org Washington, D.C., director Tom Matzzie live-Tweeted overheard (and ill-advised) "on background" phone conversations on a train between former spy chief Michael Hayden and reporters. And no, he hasn't moved in with Edward Snowden for protection.
Nearly 400,000 people have signed a petition asking Macy's to end its association with the conservative loudmouth and billionaire business mogul after he made a birther joke in one of the retailer's holiday ads.
McCain campaign aide Charlie Black is in hot water after word spread that he'd suggested McCain's chances for taking over the White House would improve if another terrorist attack happened on U.S. soil, as well as for characterizing Benazir Bhutto's assassination as potentially beneficial for McCain's presidential bid. Well, here are another few things to worry about vis-à-vis Black, courtesy of MoveOn.org.
Actor John Cusack is ramping up his political presence during this election cycle with his film "War, Inc." and now this advertisement from MoveOn.org, in which he points out how George W. Bush and John McCain are remarkably similar in some pretty fundamental ways, regardless of McCain's recent bids to distance himself from the outgoing president.
Judging by these words of warning from President Bush to certain members of Congress, left-leaning activist groups like MoveOn.org and Code Pink are dangerously diverting lawmakers' attentions away from important national concerns like Osama bin Laden's continuing threat against America.
He's certainly not famous for his magnanimity, but this time Rush Limbaugh's sharp tongue seems to have gotten him into a real pickle. The conservative radio talk show host is under fire from congressional Democrats for his recent statement that U.S. troops who oppose the war are "phony soldiers." Limbaugh's ill-conceived rant also caught this active-duty soldier's attention, judging by his blog.
The take-away from the recent showdown between MoveOnorg and Bush administration members (not to mention the Senate) over the now-infamous "General Betray Us" ad should be, according to Stephen Colbert, that the full force of our nation's military power can best be unleashed on the world stage in the form of deadly schoolyard taunts .
Director Oliver Stone's commercial for MoveOn.org and VideoVets.org, featuring Iraq war veteran John Bruhns, airs on CNN until Thursday. To commemorate the ad and its subject, MoveOn.org assembled an array of videos featuring Stone (above) and Vietnam vet Ron Kovic, Bruhns and the others interviewed in the project.
Director Oliver Stone has announced the winning entry, chosen by voting members of MoveOn.org, from a series of videotaped interviews with Iraq war veterans and their families. Stone has cut the interview with former infantry Sgt. John Bruhns into a 30-second TV spot, ending with a voice-over by Vietnam vet Ron Kovic saying: "Support our troops. Bring them home."