Technically Incorrect: Can we blame Hillary Clinton? Can we? No, we can blame a man with a pickax and a sledgehammer.
A top member of the House GOP has planned years of investigations of Hillary Clinton’s administration with the election still 13 days away.
Clinton urged supporters to vote not just early, but immediately after the rally. There were dozens of volunteers who walked with many in th...
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is either slightly ahead or way ahead of Republican Donald Trump with just 13 days until Election Day, according to new polls released Wednesday. An AP-GFK poll shows Clinton leading by an astonishing 14 points, 51 percent to Trump’s 37 percent, in a four-way race. Show More Summary
Republicans are making it clear that they plan to keep looking into Hillary Clinton's handling of emails even if she becomes president. In fact, a recent Vice News report about Clinton's emails states that "Offices for the Republican...Show More Summary
Ian Sane / (CC-BY-2.0) “Indications that Clinton is heading towards a solid win” might suggest that 2016 is “the safest year ever to vote Green, right?” No, say Democrats. “Dems will never admit it’s a good time to go Green,” writes Scott McLarty, media coordinator for the Green Party, at The Hill. Show More Summary
We have written frequently in recent weeks about a feud that erupted between Chelsea Clinton and Doug Band back in 2011 after Chelsea raised concerns about potential conflicts of interest between Band's firm, Teneo, the Clinton Foundation and the State Department (see here, here, here and here). Show More Summary
Good news for anyone who wants to risk American lives for the sake of keeping Yemen in Saudi Arabia’s sphere of influence.
New revelations from hacked emails show the Clinton campaign in real turmoil over Hillary Clinton's private server. Even if Clinton wins, she could still...
Activist, organizer, and Campaign Zero cofounder DeRay Mckesson announced that he is voting for Hillary Clinton for president in an OpEd penned for the Washington Post on Wednesday. “Our engagement in democracy comes in many forms — we engage in democracy in protests, in board meetings, in classrooms and, importantly, at the ballot,” Mckesson writes. […]
Apparently the mainstream media is now Hillary Clinton’s largest super PAC. (political action committee) This post Hillary’s Biggest Super PAC appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.
NEW YORK -- Hillary Clinton urged Hispanic campaign volunteers to ratchet up efforts to drive record Hispanic turnout in the election, citing as motivation the words of former Arizona governor Jan Brewer. On a bilingual conference call with supporters on Wednesday night, Clinton reminded them that Brewer had dismissed the prospect that Clinton might win […]
Campaign 2016 updates: Showdown between Newt Gingrich and Megyn Kelly gets heated Oct. 26, 2016, 4:49 p.m. Hillary Clinton continues to campaign in Florida on Wednesday. Donald Trump stops at his hotel in Washington, D.C. before heading to North Carolina.Newt Gingrich tells Megyn Kelly she's "fascinated...
RACISM, STRAIGHT UP: Total ugly. Team Hillary is racist and sexist. “The brown and women pundits.” One of Hillary Clinton’s top allies wrote in 2015 that they should consider deploying “the brown and women pundits” to pressure the New York Times into giving them friendlier coverage, according to a series of private emails published by […]
While it isn't exactly certain yet that Hillary Clinton will be our next president, at this point it is worth contemplating what will happen after the election if she does win. I did so yesterday on the subject of Merrick Garland's Supreme Court nomination, but today the news centers on how a Republican House would react to a Clinton presidency. Show More Summary
For 36 minutes Wednesday, Donald Trump delivered what for him passes as a policy speech, offering new proposals aimed at winning over black and Hispanic voters. Then, as he sometimes does, the Republican nominee veered far from his prepared script into an attack on a vanquished fellow Republican.
Filmmaker Michael Moore joins Hardball to talk about his new movie “Michael Moore in TrumpLand” and what Democrats need to do to win back the kinds of voters...
(Paul Mirengoff) Unlike Steve, I’m convinced that, unfortunately, Hillary Clinton win will this election. Assuming she does, and that the race isn’t very close, what will happen to Trumpism? To answer this question we must identify Trumpism’s main characteristics. Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton, who has long described the prospect of becoming the nation’s first female president as breaking a glass ceiling, on Wednesday announced her choice of an election-night venue. The Democratic nominee and her supporters will gather at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in Manhattan, a building with a distinctive feature: a very large […]