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Can Obama Act Alone On Cuba

While some believe today’s actions toward Cuba are within the scope of Barack Obama’s role as chief executive, there are others who maintain it’s not so clear. Given considerable opposition to his move to significantly loosen restrictions as regards Cuba,

Americans View of Race Relations is Worst in Two Decades

Despite, or perhaps because of Barack Obama being in the White House – many feel he’s done more harm than good to race relations in America – an NBC News/ Wall Street Journal poll “showed the most pessimistic assessment of racial

Rand Paul Has Sit Down With Goldman Sachs

Senator and prospective 2016 Republican presidential hopeful Rand Paul addressed several Goldman Sachs executives during “a closed-door audience at the firm’s 200 West offices as part of an internal company speaker series known as Talks@GS.” Reportedly, “Paul spoke about foreign

Fat Cat Republicans Gush Over Jeb

The reaction to Jeb Bush announcing the establishment of a leadership PAC as a presumed forst step for running for the GOP 2016 nomination may not have played well across the more conservative GOP base, but the GOP’s deep-pocketed donors

Hillary Loses: You Read It In A Magazine

Hillary Clinton was much in the news when she on the cover of the June 16 issue of People magazine. But real people, if you can call journalists that, did more talking about Hillary, than the American public did to

Paul PAC Hits Jeb With Web Ads

Almost as soon as Jeb Bush put out a note on Facebook announcing his new leadership PAC widely presumed to be his first step in seeking the 2016 GOP presidential nomination, Sen Rand Paul’s leadership went up with a couple notes
Hillary's Hollywood Gal Pals

Hillary's Hollywood Gal Pals

The Hollywood Reporter bills them as “5 of Hillary Clinton’s Biggest Hollywood Confidants,” and most go back with Hillary Clinton a long time. They include Designing Women creator Linda Bloodworth-Thomason and Mary Steenburgen, who campaigned with Hillary in 2008. “When
Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks about her new book "Hard Choices" on Friday, June 20, 2014, in Austin, Texas. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

Hillary Clinton: Pipeline, What Pipeline?

With Senate Democrats defeating approval for the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline by one vote, the issue may flow all the way over into the 2016 presidential election, with one’s position on it being at least noteworthy, if not

King To Launch Multi-Candidate Iowa Forum

“It’ll be an event that all the nation stops and looks at,” said Iowa’s Steve King in announcing “an annual multi-candidate forum for presidential hopefuls.” King made the announcement in a Monday telephone interview with The Des Moines Register. The move formally sets

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