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The United States is honoring our Nation presidents by issuing $1 circulating coins featuring their images in the order that they served, beginning with Presidents Washington, Adams, Jefferson and Madison in 2007. The United States Mint will mint and issue four Presidential $1 Coins per year, and each will have a reverse design featuring a striking rendition of the Statue of Liberty. These coins will feature larger, more dramatic artwork, as well as edge-incused inscriptions of the year of minting or issuance, "E Pluribus Unum," "In God We Trust" and the mint mark.
8 Feb 2007
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This video is an excerpt of the AlwaysOn OnMedia NYC conference. In this segment Steve Forbes answers a question concerning the 2008 U.S. presidential election www.alwayson.goingon.com
21 Feb 2007
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The Presidential Ride
23 Jun 2007
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My inspiration was this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0rZdAB4V_j8 Presidential Candidate Mike Gavel actually did this for his 2008 campaign... I had a 90 second video but it was too big to send so this is the really brief one I did at the last minute while I was at work...
28 Jun 2007
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Presidential Christmas Card from Hungary
29 Jun 2007
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Presidential elections in Ukraine. Revolution. My Video
19 Jul 2007
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Presidential City apartments located in Philadelphia, PA. Offering studio, one, two and three bedroom apartments for rent. Standing tall off City Line Avenue, at the expressway, Presidential City is a completely private community, offering the excitement, luxury and convenience of a city in a suburban setting. Surrounded by 25 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds and magnificent old growth trees, Presidential City offers such luxuries as a 24- hour attended gatehouse entrance, and Olympic size pool, and a state-of-the-art health and fitness club. Just blocks from shopping-grocery stores, clothing, shoes, pharmacy, home furnishing, restaurants-at your door. All of these are just a few of the wonderful amenities awaiting you as you pass through our gates and into your new home. It is here that service begins and ordinary passes. With the gateway to the Main Line at your door, Presidential City is close to everything. Only 8 minutes to Center City, 3 minutes to Manayunk, and just 12 minutes to King of Prussia. Perfect for the on-the-go professional. And with a variety of floor plans to choose from, youll find comfort and convenience through every door and around every corner. Did we mention free parking, free heat and hot water,and a restaurant? All of this and our dedication to service assures you the comfort you deservethe Presidential City way! Presidential City, Philadelphias finest cosmopolitan community, is where you want to be. Offering you the Lifestyle youve always wanted---from affordable classic studios to our Presidential Penthouse suites. View these apartments for rent online at http://www.forrent.com/apartment-community-profile/999911902.php
16 Oct 2007
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Join Phil Johnson as he takes a look at the presidential candidates and how much money they have raised so far. Note: This video was recorded prior to Ron Paul's announcement that he had raised $4.3 million in 24 hours through the web. Amazing! This is a pilot episode with more to come, please leave comments.
6 Nov 2007
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This week the Writers Guild of America went on strike, shutting down TV and production. But do you know who else is affected by the strike? Presidential candidates. Don't believe me? Who do you think writes all of that witty candidate dialogue? That's right – guild writers. It's already having an adverse effect on the campaign. Let's take a look.
10 Nov 2007
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Video blogger Robert Scziport takes you behind the scenes of billionaire-software-mogul-turned-presidential-candidate Ray Hopewood's campaign. From detailing his past to threatening the vlogger, it's all a day's work for Hopewood.
9 Dec 2007
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Billionaire software tycoon and presidential candidate Ray Hopewood chats it up with Jay Leno.
9 Dec 2007
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Andrea Rene gives you the latest updates for the upcoming candidates in the 2008 presidential election.
11 Jan 2008
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Pizza Hut is airing a new ad encouraging young Americans to get involved in the political process by voting for the next U.S. President. Pizza Hut is the first company in this Presidential election to remind Americans to vote with the tagline, "It's your choice. Please vote." The new 30-second ad features two college students, one of whom is questioning whether he should vote in this year's Presidential election. The other student stresses the importance of voting, and encourages the doubting student to let his voice be heard by voting, convincing him to cast his ballot. This is the first time in Pizza Hut's 50-year history the company has run an ad to promote a public policy issue rather than promoting its pizza. The company's new Pizza Mia $5 value pizza is shown in the ad as a product placement, but is never referenced or specifically promoted. "Today's youth have the power to change history with their vote in this Presidential election. At a time when the number one issue in this election is the economy, we're using our new Pizza Mia ad to encourage everyone to vote and make sure their voice is heard," said Scott Bergren, Pizza Hut president. Young voters, age 18-29, reportedly will account for up to 25% of the electorate in this Presidential election . "There's something about pizza and politics - they just go hand-in-hand," Bergren said. The new ad is the second in a series of Pizza Hut's Pizza Mia Presidential Election ads. It will run in the Presidential primary states of South Carolina and Nevada just before the primaries, and on national network television. The company's first political ad, which debuted during the Iowa Caucuses and featured snippets of each of the Democratic and Republican Presidential candidates appearing on a debate stage together to address concerns about the economy. It was the first time a company had used actual Presidential candidate snippets in a commercial ad, and was well-received by youth on blogs and social media sites. Pizza Mia offers an economic solution for families feeling the financial pinch today, particularly under current economic conditions, by providing everyday value at just $5 with the purchase of three pizzas, or $6.99 for one pizza. It is the company's most affordable, high-quality pizza, made with 100% whole milk mozzarella cheese and old world sauce from sweet vine-ripened tomatoes. Orders for Pizza Mia are accepted at local Pizza Hut restaurants and online at pizzahut.com for delivery or carry out. About Pizza Hut Pizza Hut, Inc., a subsidiary of Yum! Brands, Inc. (NYSE: YUM) is the world's largest pizza restaurant company with more than 6,200 restaurants in the United States and more than 4,000 restaurants in 100 other countries. The company's 49-year legacy of leadership and innovation has made it the recognized leader in the $37 billion pizza category. Those hungry for more information can go to the official Pizza Hut website at www.pizzahut.com. Produced for Pizza Hut
19 Jan 2008
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Pizza Hut is airing a new ad encouraging young Americans to get involved in the political process by voting for the next U.S. President. Pizza Hut is the first company in this Presidential election to remind Americans to vote with the tagline, "It's your choice. Please vote." The new 30-second ad features two college students, one of whom is questioning whether he should vote in this year's Presidential election. The other student stresses the importance of voting, and encourages the doubting student to let his voice be heard by voting, convincing him to cast his ballot. This is the first time in Pizza Hut's 50-year history the company has run an ad to promote a public policy issue rather than promoting its pizza. The company's new Pizza Mia $5 value pizza is shown in the ad as a product placement, but is never referenced or specifically promoted. "Today's youth have the power to change history with their vote in this Presidential election. At a time when the number one issue in this election is the economy, we're using our new Pizza Mia ad to encourage everyone to vote and make sure their voice is heard," said Scott Bergren, Pizza Hut president. Young voters, age 18-29, reportedly will account for up to 25% of the electorate in this Presidential election . "There's something about pizza and politics - they just go hand-in-hand," Bergren said. The new ad is the second in a series of Pizza Hut's Pizza Mia Presidential Election ads. It will run in the Presidential primary states of South Carolina and Nevada just before the primaries, and on national network television. The company's first political ad, which debuted during the Iowa Caucuses and featured snippets of each of the Democratic and Republican Presidential candidates appearing on a debate stage together to address concerns about the economy. It was the first time a company had used actual Presidential candidate snippets in a commercial ad, and was well-received by youth on blogs and social media sites. Pizza Mia offers an economic solution for families feeling the financial pinch today, particularly under current economic conditions, by providing everyday value at just $5 with the purchase of three pizzas, or $6.99 for one pizza. It is the company's most affordable, high-quality pizza, made with 100% whole milk mozzarella cheese and old world sauce from sweet vine-ripened tomatoes. Orders for Pizza Mia are accepted at local Pizza Hut restaurants and online at pizzahut.com for delivery or carry out. About Pizza Hut Pizza Hut, Inc., a subsidiary of Yum! Brands, Inc. (NYSE: YUM) is the world's largest pizza restaurant company with more than 6,200 restaurants in the United States and more than 4,000 restaurants in 100 other countries. The company's 49-year legacy of leadership and innovation has made it the recognized leader in the $37 billion pizza category. Those hungry for more information can go to the official Pizza Hut website at www.pizzahut.com. Produced for Pizza Hut
19 Jan 2008
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morgan and cheralee jones' opinion on the presidential campaign. www.mauibear.com
21 Jan 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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