Amy Poehler back as Hillary Clinton on Saturday Night Live (SNL), Dec 6

December 7, 2008

Click here for the video

Barack Obama selects Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State

December 2, 2008

Hillary Clinton talks about Secretary of State post in Obama camp — by not commenting

November 14, 2008

Is Hillary Rodham Clinton the next Secretary of State?

November 14, 2008

Hillary + Bill Clinton campaign for Obama

October 12, 2008

Joe Biden + Hillary Clinton discuss women’s issues in 2008 election

September 18, 2008

DNC: Chelsea Clinton moving introduction of Hillary Clinton

August 27, 2008

DNC: Hillary Clinton rocks the house to unify party behind Obama

August 27, 2008

Women react to Clinton’s speech:

John McCain ad uses “passed over” Hillary Clinton to attack Barack Obama

August 24, 2008

Jib Jab, new 2008 election video: “Time for Some Campaignin'”

July 16, 2008

Barack Obama beats John McCain in popularity on YouTube by a landslide

June 25, 2008

News:  I’ve just published my Fifth Report analyzing the videos of the presidential candidates on YouTube.  Barack Obama continues to beat John McCain in popularity on YouTube by wide margins.

You can view and download the report by clicking here.

Hillary Clinton endorses Obama

June 9, 2008

Barack Obama + Hillary Clinton meet at Sen. Feinstein’s house

June 6, 2008

Clinton supporter thrown out of Rules Committee meeting; calls Obama an “inadequate black male”

June 1, 2008

Wow.  Harriet Christian is the woman shouting in this video.

Senator Clinton cites Robert Kennedy assassination as reason to stay in race; later apologizes

May 27, 2008

Here’s Hillary Clinton’s reference to RFK’s assassination before the nomination.

Here’s her apology.

Barack Obama now No.1 candidate on YouTube

April 24, 2008

Go to my report.

Saturday Night Live spoof of Hillary Clinton “3 am” phone call negative ad

March 9, 2008

Video over at The Utube Blog 2.0,  Hilarious skit, one of the funniest in recent memory.

Clinton aide accuses Barack Obama of plagiarism

February 19, 2008

Wow, the Clinton camp is pulling out all the stops.  (more)

Bill Clinton stands up to heckler in Ohio

February 19, 2008

Barack Obama on “just words” response to Clinton

February 18, 2008

Hillary Clinton 2nd attack ad on Barack Obama

February 17, 2008

Hillary Clinton attacks Barack Obama

February 14, 2008, “Yes we can” song for Barack Obama

February 8, 2008

Five days, over 2 million views.

Obama girl, Hillary guy, … Huckabee girl? + Hillary girl?

February 5, 2008

Huckabee girl

First, there was Obama girl. Then, Hillary guy. Now, there’s a Huckabee girl, and also a Hillary girl, although both are more tongue-in-cheek.

Hillary girl

Caroline Kennedy: JFK + Obama ad

January 30, 2008

Author Toni Morrison endorses Obama

January 29, 2008

Dear Senator Obama,

This letter represents a first for me–a public endorsement of a Presidential candidate. I feel driven to let you know why I am writing it. One reason is it may help gather other supporters; another is that this is one of those singular moments that nations ignore at their peril. I will not rehearse the multiple crises facing us, but of one thing I am certain: this opportunity for a national evolution (even revolution) will not come again soon, and I am convinced you are the person to capture it.

May I describe to you my thoughts?

I have admired Senator Clinton for years. Her knowledge always seemed to me exhaustive; her negotiation of politics expert. However I am more compelled by the quality of mind (as far as I can measure it) of a candidate. I cared little for her gender as a source of my admiration, and the little I did care was based on the fact that no liberal woman has ever ruled in America. Only conservative or “new-centrist” ones are allowed into that realm. Nor do I care very much for your race[s]. I would not support you if that was all you had to offer or because it might make me “proud.”

In thinking carefully about the strengths of the candidates, I stunned myself when I came to the following conclusion: that in addition to keen intelligence, integrity and a rare authenticity, you exhibit something that has nothing to do with age, experience, race or gender and something I don’t see in other candidates. That something is a creative imagination which coupled with brilliance equals wisdom. It is too bad if we associate it only with gray hair and old age. Or if we call searing vision naivete. Or if we believe cunning is insight. Or if we settle for finessing cures tailored for each ravaged tree in the forest while ignoring the poisonous landscape that feeds and surrounds it. Wisdom is a gift; you can’t train for it, inherit it, learn it in a class, or earn it in the workplace–that access can foster the acquisition of knowledge, but not wisdom.

When, I wondered, was the last time this country was guided by such a leader? Someone whose moral center was un-embargoed? Someone with courage instead of mere ambition? Someone who truly thinks of his country’s citizens as “we,” not “they”? Someone who understands what it will take to help America realize the virtues it fancies about itself, what it desperately needs to become in the world?

Our future is ripe, outrageously rich in its possibilities. Yet unleashing the glory of that future will require a difficult labor, and some may be so frightened of its birth they will refuse to abandon their nostalgia for the womb.

There have been a few prescient leaders in our past, but you are the man for this time.

Good luck to you and to us.

Toni Morrison

Kennedys endorse Obama

January 28, 2008

News: Caroline Kennedy, daughter of JFK, and Senator Ted Kennedy have officially endorsed Barack Obama. Caroline’s endorsement of Obama yesterday in the NYT op-ed was very moving: She described Obama as the only person she has witnessed in her lifetime who could be a “President Like My Father.” That’s a remarkable statement from a remarkable woman.

Ted Kennedy still knows how to deliver a speech!

Caroline Kennedy endorses Obama


Barack Obama victory speech in South Carolina

January 27, 2008

Is President Bill Clinton completely out of control?

January 24, 2008

It seems beneath the dignity of a former President of the United States to be the attack dog in a political campaign.  I don’t remember President George H.W. Bush playing that role for his son.

Clinton and Obama throw off the gloves in South Carolina

January 22, 2008

News:  Senators Clinton and Obama took major shots at each other during the CNN South Carolina debate.  Things got ugly.