In an very long and slowly-paced video, former Virginia senator Jim Webb threw his hat, well almost in the ring, with an announcement that he is setting up an exploratory committee to consider a presidential run. He spoke a great deal about bipartisanship and leadership, but he certainly is carrying a left-leaning and populist message: “Walk into some […]
As a democrat, Hillary Clinton will need to address some key issues to win me over.
Does Hillary Clinton want to ban beards because they are sexist?
Submitted by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, As Hillary Clinton starts to ponder the curtains she wants to hang in the Oval Office, there is only one person who can realistically stand in her way: Rand Paul. Readers of this site will be well aware that I spend very little time focusing on Presidential politics. Show More Summary
Are there good reasons to vote against Hillary Clinton? Plenty, writes Steve Chapman. She's an unreformed hawk, a true believer in big government and a tedious speaker. During her 2008 campaign against Barack Obama, she waffled on immigration,...Show More Summary
Former Sen. Jim Webb of Virginia is stepping up as a potential Democrat challenger to Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential race. With a 14-minute video, Webb announced an exploratory committee, saying that “thousands of concerned Americans” had urged him to run for president. Show More Summary
It’s that time of the year again. You can now vote on Time’s Person of The Year poll, which includes people such as Hillary Clinton, Ted Cruz, John Oliver, Jennifer Lawrence, Ebola doctors and nurses, and Elizabeth Warren. This isn’t...Show More Summary
It says a lot about former secretary of state and presumed presidential aspirant Hillary Clinton that she's a member of the Henry Kissinger Fan Club. Progressives who despised George W. Bush might want to examine any warm, fuzzy feelings they harbor for Clinton, writes Sheldon Richman. Show More Summary
With news that the Clinton Foundation's travel expenses have spiked significantly after Hillary Clinton's post-State Department return to the group, accounting for as much as 10% of the organization's total spending, the America Rising PAC is calling for the foundation to release records addressing their spending practices. Show More Summary
Former Virginia Sen. Jim Webb announces presidential exploratory committee
Unless there is a recession in the next two years, Hillary Clinton, or whoever wins the next Democratic presidential primary, will likely be the odds-on favorite to take the White House in 2016. However, she may very well find it impossible to implement any sort of program, or indeed to govern at all. Show More Summary
The super-PAC Ready for Hillary, which launched in late 2012 to urge Hillary Clinton to run for president in 2016 and is described by some as a "shadow operation" for her would-be campaign, is coming to an end, Politico reports.
Are there good reasons to vote against Hillary Clinton? If you gave me some time — like two seconds — I could come up with some.
The other day I came across an old Mike Royko column that reminded me the Republican Party started hating Hillary Clinton even before her husband was elected president. When Royko wrote, the 1992 Republican National Convention was about to begin, and party leaders were dishing up red meat to the faithful.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
Days after Republicans feasted on her claim that corporations don't create jobs, Hillary Clinton tried to "be absolutely clear about what I've been saying for a couple of decades. Our economy grows when businesses and entrepreneurs create...Show More Summary
A leaked e-mail thread started by two Hillary Clinton operatives, Robby Mook and Marlon Marshal, has drawn some ire from Republicans who take offense at their message. Highlights include operatives calling themselves “Deacon” and “Reverend,”...Show More Summary
Democrats are getting some good advice about a problem at the core of the party’s future: A party with nothing to say cannot keep its constituent groups in line against competent opponents. The Hill reports that “some fear the party is placing far too much trust in demographics, while ignoring the unique circumstances that led […]
The fundraising machinery in support of Hillary Clinton’s anticipated presidential bid is churning along, with multiple events in the coming weeks.