The Obama administration is attempting to manage a trade bill with such hyper-secrecy, it’s becoming its own worst enemy..
Vermont Senator and candidate for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination Bernie Sanders didn’t mince words on ABC’s This Week.
If she’s lost Hollywood… Hillary Clinton struggles to raise money from movie stars.
Former Hewlett-Packard head Carly Fiorina is reportedly set to announce her candidacy for the presidency as a Republican on Monday, making her the only other woman in the race besides Hillary Clinton, at least for now.
Socialist Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders raised $1.5 million on his first official day as a candidate, and that’s more than most, if not all, top-tier Republicans raised.
If National Review editor Rich Lowry was looking for compromise on immigration from Republican Jeb Bush, he’s still looking. According to NR, Bush “and Lowry tussled over immigration policy and tax pledges.”
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton tweeted that she agrees with Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, as she welcomed him to the race for the Democrat nomination, saying, “Focus must be on helping America’s middle class.”
Republican Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) had some harsh criticism of Barack Obama on Wednesday, accusing him of deliberately inflaming racial tensions as a way of governing.
A Rasmussen survey has some bad news for Hillary Clinton when it comes to any trust factor: over half, or 63 percent, of voters don’t trust her, and a larger number believe she used her role as Secretary of State to help some who gave money to the Clinton Foundation.
Former Mayor of Baltimore from 1999–2007, Maryland Gov. from 2007–2015, and now prospective Democrat presidential candidate Martin O’Malley joined a prayer circle outside Simmons Memorial Baptist Church in Baltimore on Tuesday. It’s hard to imagine anyone more steeped in the politics of the area than O’Malley, who was heckled by some when he appeared.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is set to announce his candidacy for the Democratic presidential nomination this Thursday with a brief statement.
In early April, Roll Call reported that state Sen. Darin LaHood is the establishment frontrunner to replace “disgraced former Rep. Aaron Schock,” and while politics may be in the junior LaHood’s blood, contrary to his claims, conservatism may not be. His father and presumed mentor is “Rep. Ray LaHood, R-Ill., who held this seat for more than a decade until 2009 — when he left Congress to serve as transportation secretary to President Barack Obama.”
Hillary Clinton wanted Iowans to know her visit to Iowa was all about them, not Hillary Clinton. That’s why Hillary Clinton wrote a piece bylined Hillary Clinton for the Des Moines Register.
Sen. Ted Cruz argued Saturday that Democrats have become so extreme and “intolerant” of religious views that “there is no room for Christians in today’s Democratic Party.”
The Republican stage is now set for a long, expensive wide-open primary funded by a multitude of big donors.
New Jersey Gov. and White House aspirant Chris Christie’s wife Mary Pat Christie has resigned from her position as managing director of NY investment firm Angelo, Gordon & Co., presumably due to her husband’s likely run for the 2016 GOP nomination.
Sens. Marco Rubio (R-FL) and Ted Cruz (R-TX) are adding amendments to the bill Congress is crafting in response to the nuclear deal between the Obama White House and Iran.
Sen. Rand Paul’s son William Hilton Paul is facing DUI charges in Kentucky.
Fifty-four percent of American voters don’t think Hillary Clinton is “honest or trustworthy,” according to a new Quinnipiac University poll, reports the New York Post.
A new Quinnipiac University poll has Sen. Marco Rubio leading the Republican field, garnering support from 15% of registered Republicans surveyed, followed by Jeb Bush at 13% and Scott Walker at 11%.
According to a Milwaukee Journal Sentinel item, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker will be able to take to the stump in his bid for the White House and claim to have cut Wisconsin’s state budget yet again.
Former Florida governor and presidential candidate-to-be Jeb Bush has reportedly lost 20 – 30 pounds by embracing the faddist “Paleo” diet as he prepares to run for the presidency… and it shows.
The International Business Times (IBT) has a report about New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, the state’s takeover of Atlantic City, and Christie’s bother, Todd Christie, currently employed by accounting firm Ernst & Young (E&Y). While the appearance of impropriety may be unavoidable, E&Y is one of the so-called “Big Four” accounting firms. Consequently, their having business dealings with any city or state is unremarkable.
Is Marco Rubio an American? Is he a twin? What religion is he? Tip — he’s an American, non-twin, Roman Catholic and you can watch the 34-second Google driven campaign pitch to learn the rest.
The New York Post reports that NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio is trying to position himself to the left of Hillary Clinton, hoping that a groundswell of progressive support will lead to a “Draft de Blasio” movement.