If you were to believe the spin in the New York Times the other day, you would think that Marc Tucker, who has long been Hillary Clinton's main man on education issues, had decided that high stakes testing was a thing of the past: "Tucker would not abolish tests, but he would have fewer of them. Show More Summary
The only one who had a worse summer than Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) was Hillary Clinton. Like Clinton, Paul’s string of problems largely stem from a problematic record and/or identification with an Obama-style foreign policy. His past proposed budget eliminating aid to Israel (and everywhere else) tripped him up in Iowa, where he was caught […]
The Hill has an article on Hillary Clinton which, as is the case with many of their articles, recites the conventional wisdom with little real insight or new information. Most of their five points are trivial, such as that anything Hillary says, or doesn’t say (as in the case of Ferguson) makes the news. The [...]
Elizabeth Warren has said again and again that she will not run against Hillary Clinton for president in 2016, but that hasn’t stalled the rumor mill much — and, after all, Hillary has continued to say the same thing about herself. Despite their hushing, Warren vs. Show More Summary
If Barack Obama's hideous foreign policy debacles were a stage play, this is the point where Hillary Clinton would be lowered on wires to fly around the stage shrieking "WHAT DIFFERENCE DOES IT MAKE?" Tripoli has fallen to Islamists,...Show More Summary
Former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown, writing for the San Francisco Chronicle, notes that presumptive 2016 Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton visited the San Francisco area with her aides last week to hit up tech companies for cash and technical advice for the 2016 election. Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton was pilloried and battered for days on end for not uttering a peep about the Michael Brown slaying, the Ferguson disorders, and most importantly race. Clinton took heat on this for the simple reason that she almost certainly will run for president and likely win. Show More Summary
Mitt Romney appeared on WNYM's "The Cats Round Table" with John Catsimatidis today and had some harsh words for both Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama when it came to foreign policy. "Hillary Clinton and her boss Barack Obama were extraordinarily...Show More Summary
Friday and the Americans for Prosperity “Defending the Dream” summit, Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) went on the offensive against former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who is said to be the frontrunner for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination. Show More Summary
After easily winning the youth vote in 2004, 2008, and 2012, Democrats are taking millennials for granted. And polls taken earlier this year show that Hillary Clinton, the presumptive Dem standard-bearer, will easily trounce either Gov. Show More Summary
Why must all the 2016 talk center on Hillary Clinton. Vice President Biden is a worthy contender, as is Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley. Both are headed for New Hampshire. Biden will be joined at the Wednesday event in Portsmouth by members of Congress, the White House said in a statement. The attendees at the event [...]
Texas Gov. Rick Perry and Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul, already sounding like announced presidential candidates, appeared before several thousand conservative activists in Dallas on Friday to attack President Obama and Hillary Clinton while laying out their respective platforms.
Rand Paul is clearly getting a kick out of going after Hillary Clinton. At a Dallas Republican event today, Paul did it again, this time taking a shot at Hillary in contrast with her husband, suggesting she would have been fired had she been in the Bill Clinton cabinet.
(CNN) - Sen. Rand Paul on Friday defended his criticism of Hillary Clinton over the 2012 attack against a U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya. The Kentucky Republican, rebutting claims that Benghazi criticism is "politically motivated," said Clinton's handling of the attack was a legitimate topic of discussion as she considers a presidential bid. "There will […]
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton showed up as a surprise guest at Cisco's huge internal sales conference that took place this week. She was interviewed on stage by CEO John Chambers. That's a politically interesting combination. Show More Summary
Well, that was fast. Chelsea Clinton, the daughter of former president Bill Clinton and former United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, has decided to leave her post at NBC as a correspondent. Instead of continuing her work as a journalist, the New York Daily News is reporting that the mother-to-be is quitting her cushy
Hey, remember when Paul Waldman in The Washington Post wondered where the libertarians were on Michael Brown's killing in Ferguson, Missouri, and then Sen. Rand Paul wrote a big op-ed in Time the next day denouncing both the militarization...Show More Summary
But maybe her most shrewd tactic in all of this was that she wrapped up her video with passing along the challenge to Hillary Clinton.
Chelsea Clinton said Friday she is quitting her job as a reporter at NBC News, citing increased work at the Clinton Foundation and imminent birth of her first child. Bill and Hillary Clinton's... To view the full story, click the title link.