Friday, July 21, 2017
Blog Page 382
By Lowell Feld of Blue Virginia Photographer Catherine Read, encountered San Antonio Mayor and DNC keynoter Julian Castro, campaigning on Saturday for President Obama at George Mason University in Fairfax. The first photo is with Castro and Delegate Eileen Filler-Corn,...
The Romney campaign has said that it needs to win 38% of the Latino vote to win in November, and the latest tracking polls show that he's lagging in achieving his goal. Romney received a bump in Latino support...
As the political world focused on the Democratic National Convention, entertainers did what they wanted to do—ever so publicly. Kanye West released a controversial track, “Clique”, in which he celebrates success, talks depression after his mother’s death and references the...
Today’s jobs report, issued by the U.S. Department of Labor, caps two weeks of conventions where the Republicans charged President Barack Obama with mishandling the economy while Democrats continued to remind us that Mr. Obama inherited the worst recession...
It’s no secret that this presidential election will be decided by voter turnout. Whichever party, Republican or Democrat, is able to energize its respective base and get its loyal voters to the polls wins. This fact is true especially...

Dean C. Garfield

Name: Dean C. Garfield Title/Occupation: President & CEO Organization: Information Technology Industry Council (ITIC) What Makes The Person A Game Changer: Dean C. Garfield is a strong advocate for the information and communications sector. He believes that many of the problems facing...
This weekend the Romney campaign released a new ad, "Ya No Más" which opens with President Obama at a rally in '08 in front of a large crowd shouting, "Sí se puede" and then seven different Latinos voicing their...
The owner of a a pizza shop in Florida swept President Obama off his feet.  Literally. Scott Van Duzen, the owner of Big Apple Pizza & Pasta Restaurant in Fort Pierce, Fla., told reporters he was "overcome with excitement," as he...
By Benjamin F. Chavis Jr. The 2012 political season is in full throttle toward the Nov. 6 national elections. The Democrats and the Republicans have determined their respective national standard bearers and delineated their issue platforms and public policy agenda...
By Mario H. Lopez If there is one thing the Olympics showed the world, it is that America loves to compete – and win. But when competing with other countries to attract business opportunities, the U.S. is hardly as successful....