A satire video looks at how John McCain broke the news to vice presidential hopefuls that they had been passed over.
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National Journal has an interesting piece looking at how John McCain has made some headway among young voters, although his opponent is still far ahead.
Gov. Sarah Palin tonight will bonk the national press corps, which has ravenously been scouring Alaska for dirt on John McCain's vice presidential pick.
There's a new Web TV channel launched yesterday by the conservative new media group.
The Republican Party tonight adopted its 2008 platform, and in the education section, English First and homeschooling get props.
Barack Obama's campaign just sent out a text message asking supporters to give at least $5 to the Red Cross.
New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd's piece attacking John McCain's new vice presidential pick, Gov. Sara Palin, has ruffled some feathers in the blogosphere.
Barack Obama sought to appeal to the cell phone generation inside Invesco by having the crowd text messages of support.
Here's video showing the enthusiasm and thousands of camera clicks flashing as Barack Obama prepares to speak inside Invesco Field.
During his warm-up act for Barack Obama, former vice president Al Gore said young voters' unprecedented interest in politics indicates a desire for change.
Check out footage of young anti-abortion protesters just outside the compound of the Pepsi Center
Yesterday Politics 101 met the mastermind behind Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama's social networking strategy. He's also one of the co-founders of Facebook.
Check out my story on an interview with former President Jimmy Carter.
Democratic Party Chairman Howard Dean took a shot at the mainstream media and praised youthful bloggers.
Politics 101 is in Denver, and already made some new friends.