Republican Sen. Tom Cotton disagrees with Sen. Rand Paul about “the constitutionality and the effectiveness” of the government’s collection of information.
To hear Jeb Bush tell it, he doesn’t have a problem, you do. And you had better get used to it — and him — even if you don’t like it.
Reports indicate former Maryland governor and Baltimore mayor Martin O’Malley will announce his bid for the 2016 Democrat nomination on May 30th at Baltimore’s Federal Hill Park.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence has decided not to run for the presidency in 2016, according to a spokeswoman. He’s opting to run for reelection as Indiana’s governor, instead.
Ed Henry of Fox News dared to try to ask Hillary Clinton a question today in Iowa.
Sen and GOP presidential hopeful Rand Paul, whom even prominent progressive voices have given credit for being ahead of many Democrats on so called civil right issues, is calling out former President Bill Clinton for putting “a generation of black men in prison,” which Clinton has basically acknowledged as true.
Both MSNBC and the Brody File are reporting that, contrary to a previous Buzzfeed report, Jeb Bush does indeed intend to “campaign hard” in Iowa.
ABC News anchor George Stephanopoulos’ “undisclosed contributions totaling $75,000 to former President Bill Clinton’s foundation … will cripple his ability to participate in the network’s coverage of the 2016 presidential election,” according to retired White House correspondent Ann Compton.
Leave it to the Republican Party to create a problem it doesn’t need. Nothing irks the grassroots quite so much as their need to demonstrate the top-down control of the apparatus.
In his latest head-scratcher moment, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush left himself wide open for a swipe from Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL)—never a good idea—while leaving others wondering what the heck it was he was thinking, let alone talking about.
Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry is reportedly set to declare his candidacy for the GOP presidential nomination in Dallas on June 4th.
One of President Obama’s biggest critics in his handling of what was once considered to be a war on terrorism turns out to be a Democrat from Hawaii, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, according to an interview in The Hill.
For some reason, Rasmussen thought it worthwhile to poll Americans on whether or not Michelle Obama should challenge Hillary for the Democratic nomination.
The long tail and paper trail linking Hillary Clinton and Boeing is bound to continue to dog her campaign.
Politico reported that Oracle founder Larry Ellison is set to host a fundraising event for Marco Rubio as the Florida Senator ramps up his quest for the GOP’s 2016 presidential nomonation.
The battle for “progressivism” sweeps into Washington.
There’s been a considerable amount of talk about Hillary Clinton being a flawed candidate with the potential to self-destruct during a tough race.
A spokesperson for former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush told the Des Moines Register that Bush will opt out of the broadly criticized Iowa Straw Poll and focus on the Feb 1 Iowa caucuses, instead.
Right to Rise Policy Solutions, a nonprofit group run by allies of Jeb Bush, has hired Speaker John Boehner’s press secretary, Michael Steele.
Sen. Rand Paul says he will filibuster controversial aspects of the Patriot Act when they come up for reauthorization in the weeks ahead.
You aren’t likely to find Hillary’s Scooby van double parked out in front of any of the mansions the presidential candidate has been ducking in and out of, while making sure the press is MIA.
Unfortunately, the WSJ editorial page’s ability to research and evaluate immigration plans honestly appears to be lacking. Perhaps it was bought off by its corporate paymasters.
U.S. Sen. Rand Paul wants people to know he views immigration reform and border security as a priority, as he ramps up his efforts to try and win the GOP’s 2016 presidential nomination.
Politico reports the Jeb Bush-supporting Right to Rise super PAC is gearing up for what it hopes will be a $100 million haul by the end of May.
There’s an opportunity, for the right candidate, as the Republican party rediscovers its populist wing.