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Attack Ads: McCain

Article: Attack Ads: McCain

Boom Chicago’s McCain Attack Ad is a hilariously edgy political parody pointed at Presidential Candidate John McCain and “paid for by a shady 527 organization loosely affiliated with the Democratic party…” “Who is John McCain???”

Football and Beer

Article: Football and Beer

The American public is dangerously uninformed. This is the only conclusion that can be reached after a recent AP / Yahoo News poll [news.yahoo.com] showed that, albeit by a narrow margin, more people would rather watch a football game with Barack Obama than with John McCain. If one safely assumes this would include drinking beer,…

McCain Outlines His Plan to Confront Climate Change

Article: McCain Outlines His Plan to Confront Climate Change

PORTLAND, Oregon, May 12, 2008 (ENS) – Republican presidential nominee-in-waiting Senator John McCain of Arizona today offered his plan to combat global warming. Speaking at the Vestas wind turbine factory in Portland, McCain said what America needs is market-based cap and trade system to curb greenhouse gas emissions, mobilize innovative technologies, and strengthen the economy.…

McCain Scores Zero on 2007 Environmental Voting Record

Article: McCain Scores Zero on 2007 Environmental Voting Record

WASHINGTON, DC, February 21, 2008 (ENS) – In the 2007 National Environmental Scorecard released today by the League of Conservation Voters, Republican presidential hopeful Senator John McCain received a score of zero. The Scorecard is an annual measure of lawmakers’ votes on environmental issues. McCain, an Arizona Republican, scored 0 percent in 2007 due to…

Will Candidates' Green Talk Lead to Presidential Action?

Article: Will Candidates' Green Talk Lead to Presidential Action?

WASHINGTON, DC, February 4, 2008 (ENS) – Millions of Americans will vote in the Super Tuesday primary elections on February 5th, and many will consider the candidates’ shade of green before casting their ballots. From addressing climate change to touting biofuels, the presidential hopefuls promise a wide range of sustainable actions if elected. But which…