I never thought I'd be encouraging people to not vote for the Democratic nominee for president. But I am
WASHINGTON POST: Hillary Clinton panders to middle-class voters with unrealistic tax promises.
Mrs. Clinton will unveil the details of a $250 billion federal investment in infrastructure over five years paid for by overhauling the business tax code. The introduction will be the start of a monthlong focus on Mrs. Clinton's "jobs agenda," the most substantial — and expensive — policy rollout of her campaign to date.
MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton is promising hundreds of billions of dollars in new federal spending in an effort to compete with the liberal economic policies of her presidential primary challengers. The state Democratic...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (AP) — As secretary of state, Hillary Rodham Clinton opened her office to dozens of influential Democratic party fundraisers, former Clinton administration and campaign loyalists, and corporate donors to her family's global...Show More Summary
“Now, some of you may know that when I was a little girl growing up in Illinois, I was interested in all kinds of stories about women. And my mother … actually told me about Amelia Earhart. And then when we decided, under President Kennedy’s leadership, that our nation was going to go to the […]
To unionized workers, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh is one of their own. And so his endorsement of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on Sunday at a rally in his city’s historic Faneuil Hall served as a call to action for union members nationwide who are the foot soldiers of the Democratic Party. “It’s time we […]
BOSTON (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton is calling for $275 billion in new federal spending on infrastructure, kicking off what her campaign says will be a month-long focus on job creation. The Democratic presidential candidate on Sunday promised to rebuild "ladders of opportunity" to help more Americans achieve a "middle-class lifestyle."
WASHINGTON—Embracing an elusive Democratic policy goal, Hillary Clinton will lay out a large-scale plan to update roads, bridges and tunnels that are in need of repair, her campaign said Sunday. Mrs. Clinton’s plan envisions $275 billion in spending on public works projects over five years, paid for by changes in the business tax code. “Clinton’s plan […]
I guess we’re supposed to remain silent about this stuff because much of it is old — but she’s been lying her whole life: To hear Hillary Clinton tell it, she was named for Sir Edmund Hillary, the conqueror of Mount Everest — even though she was already 6 years old when he made his […]
Republican frontrunner Donald Trump has already accused rival Jeb Bush of being low energy. Now he's accused Democratic contender Hillary Clinton of being weak.
Donald Trump is "uninformed" — but would be a better president than Hillary Clinton, according to GOP presidential candidate Jeb Bush. Bush, knocked off the top of the Republican pack earlier this year by Trump, made the comments about the business mogul on Sunday on CBS's "Face the Nation" in response to a question about […]
With less than a year to go until the general election, Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton isn't wasting any time courting a small but influential group of voters: Latinas. At Clinton's headquarters on the eleventh floor of a high-rise...Show More Summary
Some establishment Republicans would vote for Hillary Clinton before they’d pull the lever for Trump. Most, however, still believe that Trump will flame out before they have to face that decision. The subject of Trump came up at a recent Beverly Hills lunch hosted by former U.S. Ambassador to the European Union Rockwell Schnabel… A story that [...]
Everyone deals with annoying technology (and those LinkedIn spam messages), but few ever have those emails of frustration released to the public. Since May, the State Department has been releasing Hillary Clinton's emails from when she served as Secretary of State from 2009 to 2013. Show More Summary
BARONESS MUNCHAUSEN CLINTON: Hillary Clinton’s million little lies.
Neil Cavuto is confused at why the White House, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are unsupportive of the $160 billion merger between Pfizer and Allergan. It's no big deal to the business gurus at Faux that a corporation wants to relocate their headquarters overseas, in this case to Ireland. Show More Summary
Funny how most Republican candidates don’t want to go near the issue of a shooting at Planned Parenthood. Today and every day, we #StandWithPP. https://t.co/oifqTQLx1X — Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) November 27, 2015 We proudly #StandWithPP of Colorado Springs and the brave law enforcement personnel who fought to protect it. — Bernie Sanders (@BernieSanders) November 28, [...]
"Today and every day, we #StandWithPP," Hillary Clinton tweeted