When Bill Clinton was first elected president in 1992, he was widely viewed as an avatar of the New Democrats, a relatively moderate coalition that had grown in response to the perception that the party had tilted oo far toward the left. Show More Summary
They had such a bad year, even Santa said they should be on the naughty list (video via Washington Free Beacon).
WASHINGTON — If Hillary Rodham Clinton seeks the White House again, her message on the economy could be an important barometer as she courts fellow Democrats. Members of her party are watching closely how the former secretary of state outlines steps to address income inequality and economic anxieties for middle-class families. Show More Summary
NATIONAL JOURNAL: Nine Questions For Hillary Clinton In 2015. Actually, they left out the big one: How do you reconcile your history of attacking Bill’s female accusers with your “war on women” rhetoric?
The extended Clinton family was pictured together in public for the first time since the birth of baby Charlotte.
Mark Sherman believes that if Chelsea Clinton has another baby, its gender could make a big difference for boys and men in America. The post Why I Hope Chelsea Clinton Has a Son appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Here’s what the Washington Free Beacon had to say about Hillary’s lackluster 2014 year!
Hillary Clinton is reaching out to the left in an attempt to make sure there is no trouble on that end of the political spectrum. Clinton has aligned herself firmly with President Obama since the November midterms on a range of liberal-friendly issues, including immigration, climate change and opening diplomatic relations with Cuba. In an [...]
Paul Krugman reflects on what worked on the government policy front this year: Maybe I’m just projecting, but Christmas seemed unusually subdued this year. The malls seemed less crowded than usual, the people glummer. There was even less Muzak in the air. Show More Summary
There's everyone from Sarah Palin to Seth Rogen to Hillary Clinton.
The Bush and Clinton families keep popping up when it comes to picking a president. It turns out that even though Americans profess to reject dynasties, in politics they’re quite comfortable with familiar names. Bush photo by Mark Wilson/Getty...Show More Summary
Bloomberg reports that Robby Mook is poised to head the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign. In 2009, Terry McAuliffe, the Democratic power broker and close Clinton friend, lost a three-way Democratic primary for Virginia governor; four years later, with Robby Mook aboard as his campaign manager, McAuliffe won… …Mook, a 35-year-old Vermont native, has emerged as [...]
Today's Water Cooler: Dow 18,000, jobless claims, Warren, Clinton, and Bush, wage stagnation, and the geographical distribution of "dude."
Follow the trend lines, not the headlines, as Bill Clinton likes to say. Well, up to a point. I, for one, have noticed a disturbing trend. At the end of every year, like clockwork (well, possibly not like clockwork; I don’t think I’ve ever seen clockwork) we cheerily begin the ritual of going through the […]
Sorry, Mr. President, for calling you an elephant, although it is a very intelligent animal, as you well know. Hillary Clinton does have most of the attributes to be an exceptional President, and I want to support her wholeheartedly....Show More Summary
It used to be verboten to suggest that the Israel lobby helped drive the disastrous decision to invade Iraq. Now James Mann says as much of the neoconservatives. And Chris Matthews says the same of Hillary Clinton.
Abortion activist Hillary Clinton, if she seeks the Democratic nomination for president in 2016, would almost certainly become the party’s nominee. However, 48 percent of Americans already say they would definitely not vote for Hillary for president. A Wall Street Journal report indicates 48 percent of Americans are a definite no when it comes to […]
What must Hillary Clinton think of our vice president’s “exploratory talks” re: 2016?
You need to know how much more coercive “health reform” could be if Hillary Clinton were to be elected president. A new ABC News/Washington Post poll shows that 61 percent