By Mina Kimes
FORTUNE — When we learned that employees of Goldman Sachs, a group that overwhelmingly supported Barack Obama in 2008, shifted their allegiances to Mitt Romney this election, many saw it as a sign that the President had alienated the investment bank. But while Goldman’s rank and file may have turned against Obama, he still has an important ally at the firm: Goldman’s chief economist, Jan Hatzius.
by Mike Adams
As of this writing, it looks like Obama has a lock on the electoral college victory, although it simultaneously appears he has lost the popular vote to Romney.
By: Kathleen Parker
Oh, to be 12 again, the better to enjoy the presidential debates.
Or rather, the better to appreciate the Twitter-verse, where America’s obsessive-compulsive, attention-deficit population holds the zeitgeist hostage with tweets and memes that infantilize political discourse and reduce the few remaining adults to impolitic fantasy.
This year’s presidential campaigns are on pace to reach a $1 billion in spending, their latest reports to the Federal Election Commission reveal.
By Jon Rappoport
Since these two guys are actors, can’t they get better actors to debate? Since these two guys are gangsters, can’t they get Tony Soprano to square off against Sonny Corleone? That would give us some fabulous TV viewing.
Posted by Alexander Higgins
From Welfare to Warfare, the United States of America has the most deceived population in the history of humanity.
It is called the American dream because you’ve got to be asleep to believe it. Meanwhile, truth and reality are ridiculed, opposed and then accepted before they are beaten to death. The time it takes the average American to realize it’s all a dream — the big house, the corner office with glass windows, the managerial position, the six digit salary and the recognition — is the same time it takes him to wake up. The problem is, not many Americans actually wake up.
by Henry Shively
The propaganda machine has launched its final blitz before the Republican Convention with Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan on tour.