A comparison of the Clinton and Sanders campaign platforms on student loans [sic].
Let’s skip the intro and get down to the brass tacks here. In an interview with New York Magazine, Hillary Clinton said this: The sexism is less virulent now than it was in 2008, she said, but still she encounters people on rope lines...Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton’s standard go to excuse for using private email (she won’t address the use of a private server in her house) is that she’s doing nothing different than any other Secretary of State did. “They used private email, too!” Except that is not true. Show More Summary
Not sure how much impact this will have on the race in California, but Jerry Brown has weighed in: On Tuesday, June 7, I have decided to cast my vote for Hillary Clinton because I believe this is the only path forward to win the presidency and stop the dangerous candidacy of Donald Trump. I […]
Hillary Clinton is ACTUALLY going to be indicted. You couldn’t make me any happier about this if you offered me ice cream with sprinkles after telling me. From The Huffington
California politics updates: Gov. Jerry Brown endorses Hillary Clinton, locals criticize affordable housing plan May 31, 2016, 12:22 p.m. Welcome to Essential Politics, our daily feed on California politics and government news. Here's what we're watching: Gov. Jerry Brown left the sidelines in...
Are you kidding me! The suspense is killing me! There are massive whispers swirling around, all indicating that there is indictment in Hillary’s near future… It has also been indicated
Last week I mentioned a New York Times op-ed in which two academics argued that, contrary to what one might have expected, Sanders voters were to the right of Clinton voters on economic issues. Today’s Washington Post carries a rebuttal...Show More Summary
The Huffington Post has removed an article on its website Sunday, claiming that the FBI plans to indict Hillary Clinton on federal racketeering charges. As Breitbart first reported, HuffPo freelance contributor Frank Huguenard, a scientist...Show More Summary
Another day, another set of lies from Hillary Clinton's campaign about her national security-compromising and ongoing email scandal -- previous...
According to a new Rasmussen Report, 50 percent of American voters believe Democrat candidate Hillary Clinton should continue her run for the...
by Dan Savage California governor Jerry Brown posted an open letter to his website this weekend addressed to Democrats and independents in California: I have closely watched the primaries and am deeply impressed with how well Bernie Sanders has done. Show More Summary
Governor Brown praises Sanders, but says the stakes are too high. California’s foremost Democrat, Gov. Jerry Brown, has endorsed Hillary Clinton, saying, “I believe this is the only path forward to win the presidency and stop the dangerous...Show More Summary
As endorsements go, this one isn't exactly filled with effusive praise, but what's striking about this announcement is the fact that it happened at all.
The Huffington Post inexplicably took down an article about the FBI’s pursuit of an indictment against Hillary Clinton this weekend, and the article’s author is hitting back to say it … READ ON
Greg Sargent is a little tired of the current conventional wisdom about a Trump-Clinton general election: Democrats should not underestimate Trump or imagine that defeating him will be easy....Democrats should obviously be prepared for...Show More Summary
Over the weekend, Janell Ross interviewed a couple of experts in gender and politics to get their take on whether Hillary Clinton is held to a different standard than male candidates. Julie Dolan, a professor of political science atShow More Summary
Bethesda makes the top 10 list for donations to the two candidates. [ more › ]
Before the West Virginia primary, former Secretary of States Hillary Clinton made a comment about how environmental regulations would lead to a loss of jobs in coal mining. The comment was in the context of a commitment to retraining...Show More Summary
Early general-election polls have been released, and liberals are freaking out. Donald Trump is almost dead even with Hillary Clinton in the RealClearPolitics average of national surveys, upending assumptions that the race wouldn’t be close. Show More Summary