#election

our latest posts

/Movies

10 Movies Where Adults Go Back To School

Going back to school can be a stressful time for parents and kids alike. It’s commonly known that high school is a turbulent and, simultaneously, memorable time which you’ll likely never experience again. However, if you do end up returning to high school, for whatever reason, the drama, awkwardness and embarrassment will follow you right […]

Posted on September 3, 2013 at 2:17 pm

/Celebrity News

Jimmy Kimmel asks who won the presidential debate?

Most of the time when you ask people who their fave candidate is in the presidential debate they’re going to be all like “Barack is my man” even if they didn’t watch the debate at all. It’s all about loyalty. Jimmy Kimmel decided to put this theory to the test by asking random streeters: “Who […]

Posted on October 17, 2012 at 11:15 am

/Celebrity News

Selena Gomez, Zac Efron and Joseph Gordon-Levitt want y ...

A list of promises celebrities want in the next election: Selena Gomez: If you talk about babies, it has to be a REALLY good story. Zac Efron: Keep tigers out of schools. Joseph Gordon-Levitt: Dubstep Benicio Del Toro: Vote yes to cats. Okay, so most of those things won’t happen because they’re just ridic, but […]

Posted on October 1, 2012 at 2:54 pm

/Music

Wyclef Jean Being Treated for Gunshot Wound

Singer Wyclef Jean is recovering after being shot in the hand in Delmas, Haiti on Saturday, March 20, 2011. According to Us Magazine, the 41-year-old recording artist was shot just after 11 p.m. in Delmas near Port-au-Prince on Saturday. In the hours after shooting, Jean’s management took to his Twitter account, to let his followers […]

Posted on March 20, 2011 at 9:24 pm

/Technology

Fund Raising, Technology and the American Election

My roommate has a subscription to The Atlantic, a political issues magazine that covers everything from the American election to China\'s environmental policies. In that magazine, I found a fantastic article about Barack Obama\'s fund raising campaign, entitled \'The Amazing Money Machine\'. Basically, according to the article, a couple of Silicon Valley executives loved Obama and what he stood for. They decided to pull their skills and resources together to create an innovative and effective fund raising model for Obama’s campaign. Traditionally, presidential nominees get the majority of their funds from key, and very large, single donations from individuals. The heads of the Obama campaign, however, decided to instead tap into the social networking phenomenon that has taken over the Internet.

Posted on June 13, 2008 at 9:11 pm

Search