According to a Politico report, "To many graphic design experts of both political stripes, Hillary Clinton’s new logo would be better off in the trash bin."
Jeb Bush spoke to New Hampshire Republicans, aiming to humanize himself a bit. However, at times it seemed as though the quickly-paced speech of platitudes may have risked leaving the audience feeling talked at, as opposed to talked to.
When asked if speaking "truth to power" can get someone elected to the White House, said Christie, "I don't know but if I run we're going to find out because I'm not changing." Also as to electability, he said, "I'm a Republican in New Jersey, come try that for a couple days," pointing out that his state hasn't elected as Republican to the U.S. Senate in 42 years.
Former Gov. Rick Perry of Texas is the first high-profile speaker at the New Hampshire Republican Party’s “First in the Nation” leadership summit.
"Reporters Outnumber Voters as Hillary Clinton Opens Campaign in Iowa," National Journal reports.
As the New York Post points out, the Clinton camp is already fuming over New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's refusal to endorse her when pressed in a recent interview.
A Watchdog.org story claiming New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie avoided tax liabilities on a significant amount of money designated for official use is rapidly gaining traction in new media.
It's no secret that after extremely significant and early buzz, too early perhaps, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has been struggling to get back in the flow of the now ongoing Republican presidential primary.
While Republican Senator Marco Rubio may want to usher in a new generation in American politics, his slogan, which appeared on the front of his podium today, is hardly that.
With news that former First Lady, Senator and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton intends to run for the White House in 2016, Republican Senator and presidential contender Ted Cruz reacted with a statement and video calling her out over her "failed policies" while in office.
The mainstream media may or may not give her a pass, but today was the first day of Hillary Clinton's run for the White House in 2016, and it was a massive communications failure.
Is Bill de Blasio "ready for Hillary?" It's complicated.
Some in Brooklyn aren't "ready for Hillary." And they're making their opinion known.
No doubt in preparation for her anticipated official campaign announcement on Sunday, Hillary Clinton released a somewhat new epilogue for the paperback version of Hard Choices, which the Huffington Post was undoubtedly more than happy to publish.
Presumptive Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is on the record in regards to transparency. Unfortunately for her, a new Bloomberg item points out that's not quite the case.
On Thursday, a pro-Rubio independent Conservative Solutions PAC, or Super PAC, was launched to support what will be Republican Sen. Marco Rubio's run for the White House in 2016.
Dr. Ben Carson made a big impression on a skeptical crowd at Al Sharpton's National Action Network's annual convention in New York City.
Ohio is a battleground. Bill Clinton hopes to reduce that by deploying a retired former congressman to run for the Senate.
If you've donated a minimum of$25,000 or raised at least $50,000 for Jeb Bush's Right to Rise PAC, you can stay at South Beach's swanky new 1Hotel on April 26 and 27 to attend a gathering of Jeb's top bundlers.
In a move that just might chafe Hillary’s sizeable campaign apparatus, Politico reports that former Rhode Island governor and senator Lincoln Chafee, who became a Democrat in 2013, has formed a presidential exploratory committee and promptly “became the first member of the Democratic
According to a Politico report, likely Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton was scheduled to appear at the Clinton Global Initiative Middle East and Africa Meeting in Marrakech on May 5-7, thanks to "a major donation from a Moroccan government-owned company" to the Clinton Foundation.
Being a woman doesn't matter to the Left if have the wrong political views. Ask Sarah Palin, or Carly Fiorina.
The Sierra Club, backed by $50 million from Michael Bloomberg, will spend some $60 million, toward the goal of shuttering "half of all coal plants in the U.S. by 2017."
A new poll suggests Josh Romney might prove to be a tough primary candidate for otherwise popular Utah Republican Senator Mike Lee. But there's no indication from Romney he's even interested in running, and since Lee is very popular in the state, it's doubtful any challenge would be effective.
While Team Hillary in waiting is discounting whiskey glasses, newly announced 2016 candidate Rand Paul has launched his own campaign store.