As a supporter of Hillary Clinton for president if she runs, I don't mind the efforts of some Democrats to urge Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) to change her mind and run for president. I admire Warren, especially her recent effort to strip the "cromnibus" budget bill of a rollback of Dodd-Frank. Show More Summary
It's not official, but a Clinton-Bush matchup in 2016 is looking more likely by the day. Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush has announced that he's exploring a run, and Hillary Clinton has been meeting with potential campaign managers. The...Show More Summary
Earlier this week, Jeb Bush announced he was setting up a political committee to explore a presidential candidacy. Hillary Clinton has been exploring a presidential candidacy for months and perhaps
We're told that Hillary Clinton is spurning something her advisors call the "anti-Wall Street" movement and will run instead on a platform of "working across the aisle" with Republicans. Her camp is suggesting, without much evidence and against the lessons of recent history, that she will be more effective at this endeavor than her predecessor. Show More Summary
Polls have never shown that Jeb Bush could beat Hillary Clinton. That doesn’t mean it couldn’t happen, but it hasn’t yet. Jeb is now widely expected to face an uphill struggle due to conservative activist dismay at his suddenly heretical positions on immigration and education, and general voter hostility to (or fatigue with) his family [...]
Hillary Clinton is running for president! And she announces it through song! Singing way better than Mariah Carey, Hillary wants to give her best wishes and let you know that she's running for president. With the announcement of Jeb Bush, the timing couldn't be better. Show More Summary
If Hillary Rodham Clinton effuses that “new car smell” it could only come from a cosmetic transplant, a heavy-duty truck Glider Kit.
(Steven Hayward) Hollywood is already caving in to liberal guilt over its capitulation to North Korean intimidation, apparently agreeing with Hillary Clinton that we need to empathize with our enemies. In an article out this afternoon...Show More Summary
The New York Times omitted key facts it had previously reported to dishonestly accuse Hillary Clinton and the Obama administration of selling political favors to an Ecuadorean family in exchange for campaign donations. Excised from the Times reporting is the fact that prominent Republicans, including Sen. Show More Summary
Hillary Rodham Clinton said she supported President Obama's decision to normalize relations with Cuba.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton issued a statement on Wednesday evening expressing her "support" for the major shift in US policy towards Cuba that President Barack Obama announced earlier in the day. Clinton, who is widely...Show More Summary
For several months relatives and close friends of mine will verify that I have been predicting that the final Democratic ticket in the presidential primary will be Hillary Clinton and her running mate, Elizabeth Warren. An all-women ticket? Bah, some of the skeptics responded... Show More Summary
President Obama’s historic announcement that his administration will pursue normalization of relations with Cuba — and his suggestion that he will ask Congress to lift the embargo — all but ensures that the Cuba question will become another issue around which Hillary Clinton and the GOP 2016 presidential hopefuls square off, with Clinton embracing the […]
Peter Beinart thinks President Obama is due for a comeback. Paul Waldman agrees: I think Beinart is probably right, and the economy is the main reason; it swamps every other consideration in evaluating the president. We could have some...Show More Summary
And he did so with the express written authorization of Hillary Clinton. And when I say she was involved in "Visa fraud," what she was actually doing was sneaking women into the country claiming them to be "business associates." Their...
The move to normalize relations with Cuba was something that Hillary Rodham Clinton had been advocating for a while.
READY FOR HILLARY TO GO AWAY: People Magazine’s worst selling issue this year? The one with Hillary Clinton on the cover.
In response to Hillary Loses: You Read It In A Magazine: This whole phony baloney invincible facade the media has created for Hillary Clinton is slowly being pealed away, as more and more liberal Americans, including some of those very...Show More Summary
NEW YORK (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton said Tuesday she's proud to have been part of an administration that "banned illegal renditions and brutal interrogations" and said the U.S. should never be involved in torture anywhere in the world. Show More Summary
On Tuesday's broadcast of MSNBC's "The Cycle," Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) got out in front of his Democratic colleagues and said he would support former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for president, assuming she runs for the 2016 Democratic Party nomination. Show More Summary