Let the wooing begin. After her latest primary win, Secretary Hillary Clinton has shifted her focus to the general election. And with that comes the task of uniting the party and wooing the Bernie Sanders supporters to her side. It won't...Show More Summary
This hurts to write. Damn it hurts. But I have to write it. And I have to say it. And if I could sing, I'd sing it too. If Bernie somehow did not win the Democratic nomination, I would vote for Hillary Clinton in the general election. I...Show More Summary
Politico reports that less than 1 percent of the $61 million raised so far has gone to state parties
If you've been on Twitter today, you may have noticed a very dispiriting trending item: That 41 percent represents the percentage of people who say they will vote for Donald Trump in this November's general election, while 39 percent say...
Donald Trump is at 41 percent in a new Rasmussen presidential poll, with presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton at 39 percent, in an anticipated November, 2016, general election contest. The findings giving GOP front-runner Trump...Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton has been “banned” from Logan, West Virginia. Logan County residents also requested that Bill Clinton not travel to their area either. The former president ignored the request and went to Logan anyway and got booed while he was on the stage. Show More Summary
AN ENORMOUS DEAL: A Look at Hillary Clinton’s Promise of a Cabinet Full of Women. Thank goodness she didn’t say “binders.”
The longer this Benghazi investigation goes on, the more evidence piles up against former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. This latest revelation alone should be enough to convict the liar.
Oh boy…this is painful. You’ll know what I am talking about when you watch this video. You start to think one thing, but when it gets to end..it’s completely something
On CNN earlier today, a Donald Trump surrogate said that it's easier for Trump to overcome the negative perceptions about him than it will be for Hillary Clinton.
Donald Trump recently accused Hillary Clinton of playing the "woman card," a remark that she took great offense to despite the fact that she's absolutely been playing the woman card since day one.
Meet Donald Trump, Social Justice Warrior
Barack Obama did Barack Obama’s very favorite thing Saturday night, and that is “making fun of Donald Trump.” Did Donald Trump get so frowny madface that he immediately started running for president afterward? Nah, not this time. But he did have some Thoughts, and they were pretty much the Thoughts you knew to expect. What
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump pounced on Democratic rival Hillary Clinton's “reservation” comment over the weekend, saying it was a “nasty” remark toward men and offensive to “Indians.”
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is taking the woman card and running with it - straight to donors.
Remember way back when Hillary Clinton looked like a sitting duck on foreign policy? (That would have been 2015.) She’d been secretary of state for a president who made numerous errors. The Middle East is aflame, with Iraq coming apart at the seams. As long as the GOP put up someone minimally competent who did […]
A new Associated Industries of Florida poll finds Hillary Clinton would crush Donald Trump by 49% to 36% margin if the election were held today. She would beat Ted Cruz 48% to 39%. From the memo: “In this critical swing [...]
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has pulled slightly ahead of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for the first time since October in a hypothetical head-to-head matchup, a Rasmussen Reports poll revealed on Mond...
Hillary Clinton has hired Minyon Moore to a top role within her campaign as it moves closer to the general election, a campaign aide has confirmed.
As the competitive phase of the Democratic presidential primary has wound down, the action now moves to the nebulous contest to define the terms of Hillary Clinton’s victory and what, if anything, she owes to Bernie Sanders. It is a little strange, as Ed Kilgore points out, that the coverage ... More »