“I can’t say whether I’m for it or against it because I’m not allowed to read it,” former Sen. Jim Webb says.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush released a “pre-announcement video” on Twitter Sunday. The video relies on his days as a Florida governor to make his case.
Republican Senator and presidential hopeful Lindsey Graham doesn’t yet seem to have the whole First Lady thing figured out in the event he wins the White House.
Today on his show, Howie Carr featured a Gravis Marketing poll in New Hampshire that has Jeb Bush up big at 21%, with Rand Paul and Scott Walker both trailing with 13% and Donald Trump right on their heels at 12%.
Presidential hopeful Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) said youth unemployment is a “national tragedy,” and “It is beyond comprehension that we, as a nation, have not focused attention on the fact that millions of young people are unable to find work and begin their careers in a productive economy.”
You wouldn’t know that the fawning New York Magazine piece on Jeb Bush was written by someone who “agrees with exactly nothing the governor says,” if they didn’t tell you. Clearly, Jeb is the choice of liberal Democrats. Perhaps they inherently sense that Hillary Clinton would make short work of him in a general election.
Speaking to a gathering of fast food workers and voicing her support for a $15 minimum wage, Hillary Clinton said, “I want to be your champion” to the assembled group.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie appeared undecided about a presidential run when he sat down with “Face the Nation” host John Dickerson this weekend.
Hillary Clinton seems to have done everything but actually call Republicans racist in playing to a half-empty arena at Texas Southern University in Houston on Thursday. The Democrat frontrunner called for automatic voter registration at age 18 and demanded that felons have their voting rights restored after they’ve served their sentences.
The Republican primary to effectively replace disgraced lawmaker Aaron Schock is down to Conservative Mike Flynn versus establishment candidate Illinois state Senator Darin LaHood, the son of former Congressman and Obama Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, a GOP presidential hopeful, was named MVP at the True Blue benefit softball game Wednesday, which was held to honor three slain New York City police officers: Brian Moore, Wenjian Liu, and Rafael Ramos.
As the New York Post reports, Hillary Clinton scheduled a big campaign event that includes Bill Clinton at Four Freedoms Park on Roosevelt Island, forcing the cancellation of “a specially-planned event for tots called Imagination Playground.”
The wife of MSNBC’s Chris Matthews, Democrat Kathleen Matthews, has jumped into the primary to replace Rep. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.).
Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) has announced that the House Republican Conference Member group, the Conservative Opportunity Society (COS), has hired Chris Stevens as its executive director and formalized into an official organization.
Saying it should be “left in the past,” Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker went after what he called Hillary Clinton’s “Washington-knows-best, top-down approach that says we’ll tell you what to do, when to do and how to do it.”
The MSNBC host has a message for Hillary Clinton and, perhaps just as importantly, the Beltway media that seems to be all but anointing her. In essence, it ain’t over till it’s over and Sen. Bernie Sanders appears to be getting serious traction, including in key states.
The invitation-only Economic Growth Summit will be at Disney’s Yacht & Beach Club Convention Center, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Each of the candidates is being given 30 minutes to speak.
Hillary Clinton is kicking off her campaign on New York’s Roosevelt Island on June 13 and, as Politico reports, it “will not be the first time that the former secretary of state—or her husband, for that matter—has invoked the famous family in a political setting”.
Co-author of the USA Freedom Act, Utah Sen. Mike Lee said Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul’s opposition to the act may delay it a few days but it is destined to pass, according to reports.
Bush also seemed to prod the GOP, if not conservatives, for presumably not being inclusive enough — saying the GOP can win only “if they reach out to everybody in our country, not just those that have already decided that they are conservatives and Republicans.”
It would seem the only Catholics Pelosi “respects” are those who agree with her. Yet, she goes on to paint Rubio as the divisive and polarizing one.
He’s been a Republican, an Independent, and a Democrat; now former Rhode Island Gov. Lincoln Chafee wants to be a president.
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders wrote a political memoir in 1997, one “published by the radical left-wing Verso Books,” according to MSNBC.
Moderate Republican and former New York Gov. George Pataki has announced what The Washington Post drolly calls “a long-shot bid for the presidency.”
Reports indicate Republican Ohio Gov. John Kasich is “moving rapidly to assemble the staff and financial resources” required to run for the GOP presidential nomination, and he plans on announcing for same sometime after June 30th.