“As I have written recently, it is Independents who will decide next year’s election outcome, and as of today they are slightly leaning voting Republican up and down the ballot …”.....................................................................
The New York Times, fresh off a bitter lambasting from Hillary Clinton's campaign, explored rumors over the weekend that Vice President Joe...
The controversy over the use of a private server by Hillary Clinton has deepened with the classification of an addition 41 messages by the State Department. While Clinton has insisted that there was nothing classified on her email system and that any dispute is just a bureaucratic squabble “between agencies” the classification of many of […]
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A year ago, few Americans would have predicted that Bernie Sanders, a self-proclaimed Democratic Socialist, would be leading a formidable insurrectionist challenge to Hillary Clinton in the Democratic Presidential Primary, or that real estate magnate Donald Trump would be leading in the polls in the Republican Primary. Show More Summary
Hillary Rodham Clinton will appear on the Rev. Al Sharpton's syndicated radio show on Thursday, the 50th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act and the day of the first widely broadcast Republican debate.
The Clinton campaign has launched its first campaign ads. The first two television ads of Hillary Clinton's campaign showcase her mother's strength and resilience and are a clear attempt to soften the candidate's image in the wake of a raft of troubling poll numbers. Show More Summary
Good morning. Chief Clinton flack turns media critic on CNN The New York Times screwed up a story on a government investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails as Secretary of State. It's made clear it screwed up and did so once againShow More Summary
Pundits — bored with the prospect of a Hillary Clinton coronation — have conjectured for months that Joe Biden might run for president, but the vice president has remained on the sidelines. So you’d be right to indulge some skepticism toward the latest round of speculation about Biden running. But let’s consider Biden’s position from […]
After the abortion business was exposed selling the bodies of aborted babies, Hilary Clinton said Planned Parenthood provided an “important service.” She also said the abortion company provides life-saving care and criticized pro-lifers for attacking women’s health. Show More Summary
The first TV ads of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign will run on Tuesday in Iowa and New Hampshire and will focus primarily on Hillary’s mother, Dorothy Rodham, with Clinton explaining that her mother inspired her to advocate for families. What do you think?
Did you hear the news? Hillary Clinton, who is married to a former President of the United States, and who herself was once Secretary of State, makes...you may want to sit down for this..a lot of money. Crazy, right? Clinton, the overwhelming favorite to win the Democratic nomination for the 2016 Presidential election, [...]
It's all very well to act strong, but these days every brand needs more than a little humanity. Just look at Hillary Clinton's new ads.
Bruce Bartlett suggests a landslide 2016 loss by Donald Trump to Hillary Clinton can allow the sane GOP to take back the party in Politico. The Republican establishment foresees a defeat of Barry Goldwater proportions in the unlikely event Trump wins the Republican presidential nomination. As Trump’s lead in the polls grows, so too does [...]Show More Summary
While Trump grabs headlines for suggesting he’d ‘Repeal [Obamacare] and replace it with something terrific,’ brave souls like Hillary Clinton and Rand Paul are offering real policies.
Also: NY Times digs deeper still on their inaccurate Hillary Clinton reporting(as we covered in great detail on last week’s show); Incurious global warming trolls fall, once again, for the old "Earth is cooling" scam; The racist Charleston, SC church shooter pleads "not guilty"; Shell Oil evades activists to try and begin drilling in the Arctic...
Parents were the hot accessory in campaign ads during last year's midterm elections, and it looks like the trend will continue in the 2016 race. Last month Chris Christie launched his campaign with a video about how his mother made him the straight-talking man he is today, and on Sunday... More »
Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton is set to start running TV ads in a media buy worth $2 million as part of her 2016 presidential campaign on Tuesday, a campaign official said.
As a person of faith deeply committed to the common good, I am supporting Hillary Clinton in the 2016 race for president. In 2008, I supported Barack Obama over Clinton. Why support Clinton now? She is the most progressive candidateShow More Summary
Reports that Mr. Biden was seriously exploring entering the 2016 race reignited discussion among Mrs. Clinton’s advisers about what his potential candidacy would mean for the contest ahead.