Politico reports that Barack Obama will take time out from golfing to join Hillary Clinton and Democratic National Committee chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz at the DNC’s Women’s Leadership Forum in Washington on Sept. 18-19. The welcome reception will be hosted by Michelle Obama and Dr. Show More Summary
Assuming a more overtly political role, Hillary Rodham Clinton will join Democratic House leader Nancy Pelosi for a high-dollar San Francisco fundraiser benefiting the party’s congressional candidates.
At the very least, Hillary Clinton came up with a timely book title. Hard choices confront policymakers in the U.S. and abroad in a seemingly overwhelming quantity. Never mind blaming all policy "gridlock" on "maximalist politics." There...Show More Summary
THE FIX IS IN: Democrats set primary calendar that would help Hillary Clinton.
The horrific attacks of 9/11 emerged from a leadership vacuum similar to the one we are witnessing today. While revisionists (including Hillary Clinton and Madeleine Albright) like to claim that President...
Hillary Clinton’s problem is not only what she objected to in President Obama’s foreign policy and when she objected to it, but also what she now thinks is the right course of action. Libya, which the administration once boasted was an example of their superior “light footprint” strategy (contra President George W. Bush), is in […]
In "Diary of a Foreign Minister" published by Australia’s former top diplomat, Bob Carr, many US politicians are given effusive praise. From Republican Senators John McCain and Roy Blunt, to President Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and John Kerry – Carr finds America breeds “public polity athletes” who are “first class”. Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton won't skate to the Democratic presidential nomination without a challenge from the left, and it's sounding increasingly like Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders (I) may be the person to do it. Sanders is scheduled to visit two early primary states, Iowa and New Hampshire, next month. Show More Summary
Last week, the Rev. Al Sharpton called on leaders in both political parties to speak on the shooting of Michael Brown. “Jeb Bush, Hillary Clinton,” he said, “don’t get laryngitis on this issue.”
Hillary Clinton’s shadow campaign emphasizes her empowerment of women
Are you dying to hear what Hillary Clinton has to say about the events in Ferguson, MO? A lot of people seem to be. Here’s an article in Politico about the fact that she ignored a reporter’s question about it at a book signing. Here’s a CNN panel discussing her silence. Here’s a Huffington Post […]
We are in strange times indeed when a presumptive US Republican presidential candidate can hope to score political points by accusing his likely Democratic rival of being a war hawk, but this is apparently the world we inhabit in 2014. The...Show More Summary
The Vermont Senator is gearing up to challenge Hillary Clinton for the Democratic nomination, believing she’s too cozy with Wall Street. He will speak at an AFL-CIO breakfast hosted in Manchester, New Hampshire, over Labor Day weekend and then travel to Iowa in mid September, when Clinton will be there building support for her own [...]
Nearly three years ago, then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton waved a peace sign to cameras in Tripoli as she celebrated the U.S.-aided overthrow of the kleptocratic government of Moammar Gadhafi. Clinton claimed victory for her philosophy...Show More Summary
In the latest sign that Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) probably won't run for president in 2016, a Suffolk University/Boston Herald poll finds her trailing Hillary Clinton by a mammoth margin in a hypothetical Massachusetts Democratic primary. Show More Summary
Kelly O Hillary Clinton autographing a book at University Book Store in June. CNN says Hillary Clinton was asked to comment on Ferguson after a book signing on Sunday. After signing more than 700 books at Books & Books in Westhampton...Show More Summary
Hello, and welcome back to Mena Airport. Don't say I didn't warn you. Don't say I didn't tell you that, as soon as Hillary Clinton drifted anywhere within an area code of running for president, all the pre-fabricated skeletons would come waltzing ou...
Famously, Hillary Clinton lost her bid to be president in 2008 six years before the election, when she cast a vote for the Iraq war. Barack Obama, who’d been against that war as a nobody state senator in Illinois, was able to run to her left in appealing to the Democratic Party base, and win
Al Sharpton may be reveling in his close relationship with President Obama, but the controversial activist is also taking time to highlight his differences with the Clinton family as Hillary Clinton explores a presidential run. “We’ve agreed and disagreed, but I have a lot of respect for her,” Sharpton told The New York Times. Show More Summary
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) was on Meet the Press yesterday, including the above segment about his recent charity trip to Guatemala, where he's been doing free eye operations since 1996. The clip above spends too much of its time debating...Show More Summary