With a few plucks of his guitar, former Maryland governor Martin O’Malley confirms he will kick off his presidential run tomorrow. Going up against the Clinton machine isn’t easy, so he gets credit for political courage. But if he really wants to win and not simply be a sparring partner for Hillary Clinton, he is […]
John Podesta, the chairman of Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign, took to Twitter on Friday after conservative blogger Matt Drudge mocked his fashion choices. On Tuesday, the campaign unveiled a t-shirt designed to look like one of Clinton's trademark pantsuits. Show More Summary
On Wednesday, Hillary Clinton visited South Carolina for the first time since her defeat in the 2008 election primaries. This time around, she didn't waste any time getting to the issues while addressing the South Carolina Democratic Women's Council at their third annual Day in Blue event. Show More Summary
If elected at 69, Hillary Clinton will be the same age as Ronald Reagan when she moves back to the White House. Do voters care?
To a certain long-in-the-tooth species of Clinton-hater, the appearance of Sid Blumenthal's name on newly disclosed emails to Hillary Clinton was a big aha! moment where old grudges could be...
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton grew up in Chicago, Illinois. She attended school in Massachusetts and Connecticut. She then served as a...
(Paul Mirengoff) As John has explained, Hillary Clinton doesn’t just have a Benghazi problem; she has a Libya problem. More than anyone else, Hillary Clinton pushed for, and helped effectuate, the overthrow of Moammar Qaddafi. As a result of his overthrow, Libya became a playground for terrorists, a haven for ISIS, and a failed state. Show More Summary
Former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley (D) will become the third candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination this weekend, joining Hillary Clinton and Sen. Bernie Sanders. Harry Enten: “O’Malley is a star in Democratic primary polls. But that’s not a good [...]
GOOD QUESTION & THE ANSWER IS “NO ONE”: Byron York asks, If Hillary becomes president, who will make her obey the law? Last year, before Hillary Clinton’s secret email system became publicly known, Congress passed a law to keep presidents from trying the same trick. If Clinton wins the White House, the law could well be […]
The campaign is building, but slowly
Let’s Make A Stupid about Hillary Clinton, with the cast of teevee’s Fox & Friends. You see, Wednesday, Hillary Clinton spoke in South Carolina, and not only did she make a joke about how her hair won’t go white in the White House, because...Show More Summary
From the May 28 edition of Comedy Central's The Daily Show: Related: The Week Everyone Began Taking Bernie Sanders Seriously Previously: The Daily Show Ridicules The Media's Absurd Obsession With Hillary Clinton's Trip To Chipotle
STEPHEN L. CARTER: Hillary Clinton and the New Litmus Test. You might have missed the news that John Paul Stevens, the retired U.S. Supreme Court justice, criticized Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton last week for her announcement that she would nominate to the court only individuals committed to overturning the 2010 decision in Citizens United […]
Right-wing operatives are hard at work trying to ingratiate Republicans to younger voters. Here's why it won't work
Clinton's response to Sanders will tell us much about her true beliefs. Here's why lefties should be nervous
“Now we could fix this [equal pay for men and women]. If Republicans would get on board, we in fact could fix this today but they won’t. One Republican candidate dismissed equal pay as ‘a bogus issue.’ Another said Congress was ‘wasting time’ worrying about it. One even said that efforts to guarantee fair pay […]
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From the May 28 edition of Fox News' Hannity: Previously: Fox's Tantaros: Left Doesn't Like Ben Carson Because "He Never Played The Victim Card, He Worked Really Hard" Sean Hannity: Obama Claimed To Be The Victim Of Birtherism Because...Show More Summary
Former Newsweek and New York Times writer Matt Bai has a column at Yahoo spinning furiously against anyone suggesting the Clintons are too wealthy to be in touch with those “everyday Americans.” His headline was frank: “Hillary Clinton’s not like the rest of us? Good!”
Hey, imagine what the impression would look like if she wasn’t “rooting for” the “resplendent” Hillary Clinton. I shudder to...