Tina Fey, ah, Sarah Palin, um, not sure, produces point by point rebuttal to Elizabeth Warren’s speech on progressive values: And now …
Last month at Netroots Nation, Sen. Elizabeth Warren gave a speech outlining what she considers 11 tenets of modern American liberalism. ("We believe in science, and that means that we have a responsibility to protect this Earth...We...Show More Summary
Mass Senator Eliz Warren's announcement that she will go to Israel in the fall to pad out her flimsy foreign-policy file feeds speculation that she may have national ambitions. Gov. Andrew Cuomo is there now. Hillary Clinton is running to Obama's right on Israel.
Senator Elizabeth Warren tweeted out her displeasure at what's been happening in St. Louis and joined the chorus of outrage over the actions that are taking place in Ferguson, Mo. This is America, not a war zone. The people of #Ferguson just want answers. Show More Summary
[Content Note: Class warfare; worker exploitation.]During a recent speech at Netroots Nation, Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren said: "Fast food workers deserve a liveable wage—and that means when they take to the picket line, we are...Show More Summary
Sarah Palin took to her fancy new $9.95 a month internet tee-vee channel this weekend to have an intellectual debate with a video of an Elizabeth Warren speech.
Not too long ago, progressive bloggers and activists gathered for the annual Netroots Nation convention and the premiere speaker at this year’s event was Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), an early left-wing favorite in the forthcoming 2016 presidential contest. In her speech, Warren listed 11 “commandments” or tenets of progressivism — 11 positions progressives ought [...]
YOU SPELLED “UTTERLY DESTROYED AND HUMILIATED” WRONG: USA Today Editorial: ISIS must be defeated. Meanwhile, Elizabeth Warren is predictable: ” I believe that any solution in Iraq is going to be a negotiated solution, not a military solution.” Yeah, I kind of doubt that, Liz, unless you mean “negotiated after a painful defeat.”
From Business Insider: Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) got her way on Tuesday when the Federal Reserve rejected the living will plans for most Wall Street banks. Barclays, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, and JPMorgan Chase all had their...Show More Summary
Although the left is taking potshots at the 2nd Amendment children's book My Parents Open Carry, it is, at the time of publication, ranked over three times higher on Amazon's Best Sellers list than Senator Elizabeth Warren's (D-MA) A Fighting Chance. Show More Summary
Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin gave a "commonsense conservative" response to Sen. Elizabeth Warren's (D-MA) progressive commandments on her SarahPalinChannel. Long before Warren and Republican Dave Brat, Palin was attacking the bipartisan permanent political class and their embrace of crony capitalism. Show More Summary
CNN’s POLITICAL GUT CHECK | for August 6, 2014 | 5 p.m. — n. a pause to assess the state, progress or condition of the political news cycle ‘READY FOR WARREN’ REGISTERS AS PAC, TARGETS IOWA … Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren says she's not seeking the White House, but her supporters are still gearing up for a […]
Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) got her way on Tuesday when the Federal Reserve rejected the living will plans for most Wall Street banks. Barclays, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, and JPMorgan Chase all had their plans rejected. Bank of America,...Show More Summary
Via Upworthy. You should really listen to the whole thing (or at least read the transcript), but here’s a taste, starting just before the four-minute mark: … Sen. Elizabeth Warren: So that’s my question, again, Mr. Hunt. Are you telling me that all banks today in America, or even a majority, have some data to [Read more...]
The Obama administration said Tuesday it was reviewing potential administrative actions to limit stop companies' so-called tax inversion deals, after Sens. Dick Durbin (D-Illinois), Jack Reed (D-R.I.), and Elizabeth Warren (D-Massachusetts) sent a letter to President Barack Obama urging him to bypass Congress. Show More Summary
Mirabile dictu, it looks like Elizabeth Warren's grilling of Janet Yellen on the Fed's failure to make progress on Dodd Frank resolutions, also known as living wills, has had some impact. From the Wall Street Journal:
``You would think bankers would learn not to try to get sneaky in response to Warren's pointed questioning. But this one had not learned that. Then again, what else is Hunt going to do to defend practices that leave parents struggling with the student loan debts of their dead children?''
Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren cares a lot about making student loans affordable—and she happens to be a bankruptcy expert. This week, she turned that passion and that wealth of knowledge on Richard Hunt, president and CEO of the...Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton’s political allies want Democratic primary voters to believe that the former secretary of state is just like populist Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren, and they’ve been claiming that there are no differences between the two possible presidential contenders. There’s just one problem: That’s not true.
David Weigel, Slate: Every time she's asked, Sen. Elizabeth Warren gives the same frustrated answer. No. Nope. She is not running for president. She has literally rolled her eyes at the question. She's offered to "add an exclamationShow More Summary