If folks charring their Air Monarchs taught us anything, it's that we've lost the thread.
"If Paul Revere and other patriots had waited to act until it was safe or politically correct, we would never have the country we have today," Steyer says in the ad.
The short-lived Burger King promotional ad featured a photo of a pregnant woman and the promise of "the best football genes" should someone be up to the lifetime Whopper challenge.
The announcement comes as the company battles questions about potentially fraudulent ad practices.
It's not really a commercial for beer, but it will tug at your heart-strings.
"The only stars and stripes you'll have to see are in the sky and on a zebra."
Will other brands follow suit and ditch the mysterious blue liquid for good?
"Stop giving fame-seeking mass shooters the personal attention they want," they say.
For years, national reciprocity has been a top priority for the National Rifle Association.
A Denver-based think tank had sought to keep secret the identities of donors to a political advertisement, in violation of McCain-Feingold.
A conflicting collection of pre-recorded punditry evokes a strong reaction from the U.S. president.
A California judge granted a motion to dismiss criminal charges against three of Backpage's top officials: Carl Ferrer, Michael Lacey and James Larkin.
The ad depicting a black man being thrown into the laundry machine to emerge fair-skinned shocked viewers abroad.
The reality TV star responded to the advertisement on her blog.
The ad, which follows billboards in the Boston and Chicago areas, comes just before the 101st anniversary of the genocide's start.
School children dress up as politicians to mock the likes of Boris Johnson and David Cameron in the Green Party's election broadcast.