Outrage is the Democrat's most trusted weapon and the liberal outrage machine is a force of nature. What triggers the outrage machine, and how can Republicans be prepared?
The New Organizing Institute has long been a pillar of the Left's strength in leveraging technology to target voters, but this week it's a poster child for dysfunctional leadership.
Obama's 2012 digital program earned a lot of praise, but that's not all it earned.
While the Obama campaign's technology has been widely credited for their win, it may be their adaptation of tech-related theories that was their ultimate innovation. Bryan Cutsinger explains the 'Snowflake' model.
Their job was not to innovate, it was to reelect the President. This was the message from four senior members of Barack Obama's vaunted 2012 technology team, who recently spoke to a group of startups in Denver.
Obama's reelection was the culmination of nearly a decade of research, experiments, and study of best practices by a collection of consistently well-funded organizations across the Left.
Just weeks after the election, over 2,000 liberal activists joined together to compare notes, share best practices, and start working on 2014.
If you look closely, beyond the headlines, you'll see that it was in fact not the presence of these tools and strategies that won the day, but their integration that lifted Obama over the top.