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A short video highlighting parts of Reading Is Fundamental's Multicultural Literacy Campaign launched in 2007.
15 Jan 2008
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A short video highlighting parts of Reading Is Fundamental's Multicultural Literacy Campaign launched in 2007.
16 Jan 2008
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SUZANNE MALVEAUX, CNN: I'd like to follow-up with Senator Obama. It was just a few days ago that Senator Clinton asserted that she was the strongest candidate when it comes to fiscal responsibility. She says that the new programs that she proposes she essentially can pay for. She says that you have failed in that regard in the tune of some $50 billion worth of new programs that you cannot account for. How do you respond to that charge? OBAMA: What she said wasn't true. We account for every single dollar that we propose. Now, this, I think, is one of the things that's happened during the course of this campaign, that there's a set of assertions made by Senator Clinton, as well as her husband, that are not factually accurate. And I think that part of what the people are looking for right now is somebody who's going to solve problems and not resort to the same typical politics that we've seen in Washington. (APPLAUSE) That is something that I hear all across the country. So when Senator Clinton says -- or President Clinton says that I wasn't opposed to the war from the start or says it's a fairytale that I opposed the war, that is simply not true. When Senator Clinton or President Clinton asserts that I said that the Republicans had had better economic policies since 1980, that is not the case. Now, the viewers aren't concerned with this kind of back-and- forth. What they're concerned about is who's actually going to help the get health care, how are they going to get their kids... Keywords: SC, South Carolina, Democratic Debate, Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Democrats, campaign, lies, attacks, smears, negative, politics, Washington (APPLAUSE) ... going to college, and that's the kind of campaign I've tried to run. I think that's the kind of campaign we should all try to run. (APPLAUSE)
7 Feb 2008
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campaigne video for new canidate for president
25 Jan 2008
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Staffers and volunteers and the Colorado Clinton Campaign Headquarters watch the returns come in, but not for long.
1 Feb 2008
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Barack Obama Presidential Campaign Theme Song Music Video Alisa 'Starr' Ballard - Inside of You Lyrics: The biggest part of life, is giving back some of the blessings that were given unto you Through all of the lessons learn, this is the one That makes my heart feel the most joy because it's true Cause there's nothing like, the power of God, Inside of you Inside of you Just like seasons change, we do too, to try to make a better world to be part of Although it may seem hard, at times to do Just know that God is always there to guide you through Cause there's nothing like the power of God, Inside of you Make a joyful noise, great unto the Lord Let your light so shine for those who have no faith in you Move with grace and love, be steadfast and strong Soon they too will seek the God in them, they see in you Make a joyful noise, great unto the Lord Let your light so shine for those who have no faith in you Move with grace and love, be steadfast and strong And they too will seek the God in them they see in you Cause there's nothing like the power of God, Inside of you Alisa "Starr" Ballard Singer/Songwriter Keywords: Barack Obama Presidential Campaign Theme Song Music Video Hllary Clinton wins Florida primary delegates Democratic Party Barack Obama's campaign is encouraging the national media not to fall for a Clinton campaign declaration of victory in Florida's Primary election today, because the state cannot award delegates to the Democratic Party's national nominating convention. Florida and Michigan both were penalized after scheduling early votes without national party approval. "The Clinton campaign had a (media conference) call that Flkorida should be covered by all you folks in a serious fashion," said Sen. John Kerry, D-MA, and an Obama supporter. "What this race is about right now is delegates. The bottom line is that Florida does not offer any delegates. It should not be a spin race, a fabricated race." Kerry said Florida is a state where Obama, former Sen. John Edwards of North Carolina, and Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-NY, signed pledges not to campaign after the Democratic National Committee stripped it of delegates for moving its primary date up without national party approval. Yet Clinton campaign allies, notably the AFSCME labor union has been "spending tons of money" there, Kerry said, to create a symbolic Clinton victory before Feb. 5 elections in 22 states. Moreover, Hillary Clinton will be in Florida tonight, to thank supporters after today's votes are tallied. While the Clinton campaign may not win any delegates, it no doubt seeks to project a media image of restored momentum after losing to Obama by a two-to-one margin in South Carolina on Saturday. "We think it is a very political move and voters will see it as too cute by half," said Obama Campaign Manager David Plouffe, who also noted that his main opponent, Hillary Clinton, appears to be changing her position on whether Michigan's delegates ought to be seated at the Democratic Convention. The campaign officials also said Obama was well-organized in the 22 states voting a week from today with 500 staffers and 75,000 active volunteers. He said the campaign has raised $5 million online since winning Saturday's South Carolina Primary. He said the campaign had 13,000 volunteers in that state, a figure slightly less than what the campaign said last weekend.
30 Jan 2008
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Alisa 'Starr' Ballard - Inside of You Lyrics: The biggest part of life, is giving back some of the blessings that were given unto you Through all of the lessons learn, this is the one That makes my heart feel the most joy because it's true Cause there's nothing like, the power of God, Inside of you Inside of you Just like seasons change, we do too, to try to make a better world to be part of Although it may seem hard, at times to do Just know that God is always there to guide you through Cause there's nothing like the power of God, Inside of you Make a joyful noise, great unto the Lord Let your light so shine for those who have no faith in you Move with grace and love, be steadfast and strong Soon they too will seek the God in them, they see in you Make a joyful noise, great unto the Lord Let your light so shine for those who have no faith in you Move with grace and love, be steadfast and strong And they too will seek the God in them they see in you Cause there's nothing like the power of God, Inside of you Political campaigns play to their strengths, and one realm where Sen. Barack Obama has excelled is the ground game. When the campaign began one year ago, Obama was far less known nationally than his principal rivals, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-N.Y.) and former vice presidential candidate John Edwards (D-N.C.). Since then, the freshman senator from Illinois has benefited enormously from the work of legions of grass-roots organizers who are giving, heart and soul, to his White House bid. Obama's successes in the early primaries owe much to the tactics and initiative of young field organizers in places like Estill, S.C., Elko, Nev., and Waterloo, Iowa. Looking ahead to Super Tuesday, where voters in 22 states will choose Democratic delegates, the Obama campaign is again counting on a superior ground game to peel away delegates in very competitive districts. More than 500 paid staffers have been deployed to the Feb. 5 states, Obama campaign manager David Plouffe reported in a conference call with reporters today. He said the campaign has what it calls 75,000 "active volunteers" making telephone calls, knocking on doors and otherwise helping out. To show what a difference the organization can make, Plouffe pointed to Saturday's South Carolina primary, where Obama won 44 of 46 counties and more than doubled Clinton's vote totals amid record turnout. He said 13,000 volunteers reported for duty on Election Day. That works out to one volunteer for every 23 voters who cast a ballot for Obama. "This is a place," Plouffe told reporters, referring to the ground game, "where I think we have a dominant advantage." With vast territory to work and only seven days left, strategists for the surviving candidates are racing to decide how to apportion the campaign's money and time, not to mention the energy of the candidates and their surrogates. Plouffe said the Obama camp is now running radio or television ads in all 22 Feb. 5 states, except Illinois, where a recent poll shows Obama leading Clinton by a 2 to 1 margin. Although polls show Obama trailing in some of the biggest Feb. 5 states, Plouffe said the Obama campaign has raised $5 million online since the South Carolina polls closed. The campaign says it has registered more than 600,000 donors so far, with fewer than 3 percent having contributed the maximum allowable amount. Surrogates are on the air for Obama in their own states, including Sen. Claire McCaskill in Missouri, Sen. Kent Conrad in North Dakota and Gov. Janet Napolitano in Arizona. Advertisements with other prominent supporters are in the works, Plouffe said. An example of Obama's unorthodox decision to deploy organizers to unlikely states is Kansas, where he visited his grandparents' home town of El Dorado today and picked up the endorsement of Gov. Kathleen Sebelius, a popular two-term governor known for working with Republicans -- at least the ones she was unable to persuade to switch parties. Lt. Gov. Mark Parkinson, now a Democrat, is a former chairman of the Kansas Republican Party. Keywords: Super Tuesday Barack Obama Campaign Theme Song Supporters Inspiration Music Video Tsunami Duper Presidential
31 Jan 2008
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Video of Gucci's spring/summer 2008 ad campaign, starring Natasha Poly and Mat Gordon.
29 Mar 2008
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Campaign Finance Deformed Your Daily Politics Video Blog: John McCain: straight shootin' maverick and courageous champion of campaign finance reform. So then why is he currently doing his best to defy the FEC and make his own set of campaign finance rules? We puzzle it all out in today's episode of TPMtv.
26 Feb 2008
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Just Change - DAP 2008 Election Campaign Song Berubah - Lagu Kempen Pilihanraya DAP 改变 - 民主行动党全国大选竞选主题曲 Just change for Malaysia Just change for Malaysia Just change we will over come Just change we will see the sun Together all races stand as one Together we will never run Together it's like never before Together what we're fighting for Just change for Malaysia Just change for Malaysia Just change we will over come Just change we will see the sun Corruption We will stop the drain Senseless crimes We will end the pain Inflation We will also tame Together We will rise again Just change for Malaysia Just change for Malaysia Just change we will over come Just change we will see the sun We will fight for our rights to be free For equality Justice we will defend, leaders must have integrity (Forever) Malaysians must come first (and never) will we be coerced (remember) if we vote wisely (together) We will make history (everyone of us must make that change) Just change for Malaysia Just change for Malaysia Just change we will over come Just change we will never run Just change for Malaysia Just change for Malaysia Just change we will over come Just change we will see the sun Just change...
27 Feb 2008
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www.pinpointtools**** has created some great add-ins for Outlook and Business Contact Manager that allow you to create Action Plans for Business Projects, and to create Marketing Campaigns for your contacts. This is video 2 of 2.
2 Mar 2008
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www.pinpointtools**** has created some great add-ins for Outlook and Business Contact Manager that allow you to create Action Plans for Business Projects, and to create Marketing Campaigns for your contacts. This is video 1 of 2.
4 Mar 2008
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You're watching UNICEF television. It’s a place of Buddhist worship on normal days. But -- as Khaming Padungsee and her friend are aware -- the temple in their village just north of Vientiane is today being put to another use. Mothers and their young children have been arriving here since early morning, alerted by advertisements on television and radio about one of the most important immunization campaigns this country has seen. Mrs Padungsee's 11 month old son, Tanva is first registered….. Then he’s given Vitamin A drops followed by de-worming tablets - both essential for the health of young children, and an integral part of this nationwide immunization campaign. Protection against measles is the most significant benefit - measles kills more children than any other preventable disease. By mid-morning nearly half the 560 children registered in the village have already been vaccinated, and staff from the district health office say things are going well. Banners and publicity have played their part in generating support for this campaign… But even more crucial, perhaps, has been the high-level political commitment that was on display at the campaign's ceremonial launch in Vientiane. As provider of more than 2 million doses of measles vaccine, UNICEF along with WHO have been closely involved in ensuring the campaign achieves its objectives. If it does, then not only will Lao be on target to meet its goal of eliminating measles by 2012. But in addition, the system of routine immunization which is so vital for Lao children’s long-term health will have been strengthened as well.
7 Mar 2008
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Bali's tranquility was shaken again when a young woman became the islands first bird flu victim. She was the 103rd person to contract the deadly virus. Bayu Krisnamurthi, National Avian Influenza Commission: "We are trying to give an objective picture and information to the world about the situation in Bali so tourists don't need to be afraid to come to Bali. People still need to be cautious but they don't need to be afraid." Tukadaya village, West Bali where the 29 year old woman died of the virus. Just shortly after her five year old daughter passed away. Now doctors suspect she also died from bird flu. I Nengah Budi Setiawan, father and husband of victims: "She had just started school, when after a week she came down with a fever. I took her to the local health clinic they thought she had typhoid. Then a few days later she was in the hospital where she died. My wife fainted and then 2 weeks later I lost her too." Her grandparents lived with the family and say they don't understand why their granddaughter was a victim. Grandfather, "I have so many regrets, says the grandfather I feel so empty inside." In this small village far from the popular tourist spots. News of the outbreak spread around the world while government and UN teams moved in to alert the community and take steps to stop the virus from spreading. That includes culling all poultry in the surrounding neighborhood. Where most are free range. For now experts say the only way to catch the virus is with direct contact with infected poultry.But there are fears that if the virus mutates it could spread from person to person and spark a global pandemic. That's why UNICEF,with funding from Japan and Canada , is supporting a public awareness campaign that includes getting the message out to school children. communication is key to ensuring that communities have the information they need to protect themselves. But it is an enormous task. Bali is just one of the thousands of islands that make up Indonesia and there is no way of knowing when or where the bird flu virus will strike next.
10 Mar 2008
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With the T20 cricket tournament wrapping up in South Africa, the Cricketing world was rapt with attention, with India finally winning the cup. But it was in the middle of all of the sporting action that the ICC made good, yet again, on lifting the banner for HIV and AIDS prevention. High flying sports events might be far from their minds, but they are just happy to meet some of their heroes. And though some of the players need some work on their moves, there were other local celebrities to help them out. In between the practices and the matches, players took time out to meet with their biggest fans to promote the message of the global campaign for children and AIDS.”
21 Feb 2009
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Have you ever wanted to say "thank you", but didn't? Next time, say it. Here's how... the gratitude campaign
13 Mar 2008
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