The Democrats’ de facto presidential nominee Hillary Clinton embraced the bad deal. Of course, if things go further south, you can be sure she will try to distance herself. So it’s worth remembering she was integral to the process. You could even argue that were it not for Hillary Clinton, we wouldn’t be stuck with an agreement that makes so many concessions to Iran.
The Republican victory in last week’s special election in Florida’s 13th District proves that Democrats are on defense as we head to November. Even President Obama’s top advisor David Plouffe said it was a “screaming siren” warning Democrats’ of their
After the 2012 president election, it was clear that the Republican Party needed to take steps to give our presidential nominees a better chance at winning the White House. One of those steps is a shorter primary process. It’s my goal
Today Republicans won a major victory against the mainstream media. When NBC and CNN announced their plans for pro-Hillary productions, the RNC voted to ban them from presidential primary debates. Conservatives united in calling out their blatant liberal bias and
In 2008, the RNC warned what would happen if Americans voted to elevate one of the least experienced presidential candidates in history to the Oval Office. Like boarding a plane with a pilot who has never flown, we would be trusting the security
In an unaired excerpt of President Obama’s recent 60 Minutes interview, he conceded that his own campaign’s television ads sometimes go “overboard” and “mistakes are made.” But, he says, “That happens in politics.” The president’s campaign has resorted to ads
Where would President Obama get an outrageous idea like “the private sector is doing fine?” Perhaps from one of his many star-studded fundraisers. Celebrities are regulars at Obama events. Tonight, it’s Vogue magazine editor Anna Wintour welcoming the President to
Big Labor boss Richard Trumka, president of the AFL-CIO, knows more about President Obama’s second term agenda than you do. He bragged about it on Sunday, talking about his many “conversations” with Obama and his administration about their plans for the future. While perhaps