In her convention speech Monday night, Michelle Obama told the crowd, "I wake up every morning in a house built by slaves." At Fox News, Bill O'Reilly provided a fact-check Tuesday and found that the first lady was correct—but he added a qualification that is raising eyebrows, notes Politico...
Everybody’s talking about Michelle Obama’s speech at the Democratic National Convention. More specifically, one comment, referencing the White House being built by slaves, has raised questions and controversy (despite this being a fact) and has had several voicing their own opinions on the matter. Enter Bill O’Reilly, host of the O’Reilly Factor on Fox News. For […]
Bill O’Reilly “just can’t get rid of that history teacher thing.” Last night O’Reilly offered a brief response to Michelle Obama’s DNC Convention speech in which she cited the role of slaves in building the White House. The First Lady used the opportunity to remind her listeners of how far we’ve come as a nation […]
Before Mr. Reid takes the stage to lacerate his political opponents, a few people who have worked closely with him will share their thoughts about him via a video.
Bill Clinton is most definitely with her. Unlike others who may be voting for Hillary Clinton this November, however, Bill Clinton has been with her since the early 1970s. And that was the basis for the former President's moving speech...Show More Summary
First Lady Michelle Obama’s speech at the Democratic National Convention was an instant hit on social media, with her comments on bullying and progress for women inspiring many to share her quotes among friends on Twitter and Facebook. On a less familiar social media network, Weibo, and in a different language, Chinese netizens also noted […]
PHILADELPHIA ? Former President Bill Clinton told most of the story of his marriage in a speech at the Democratic National Convention Tuesday night. He skipped a key bit: his affair with Monica Lewinsky, a 22-year-old White House intern. It’s...Show More Summary
Man, oh, man. Or should I say, woman, oh, woman. So far, the DNC has had quite a few memorable moments. One of those moments was Sarah Silverman’s speech. While Silverman is a staunch Bernie Sanders supporter, she gets that electing Trump isn’t an option. Listen to her comments below. […] The post Sarah Silverman is Sick of Bernie Bros [Video] appeared first on EcoSalon.
WASHINGTON (AP) — After terrorism fears permeated Republican speeches a week ago, Democrats have barely mentioned the Islamic State group through two days of their convention. [...] they've centered their national security criticismShow More Summary
WASHINGTON (AP) — Twelve years ago to the day, an obscure Senate candidate from Illinois catapulted himself to the center of American political consciousness with a rousing convention speech in Boston. Barack Obama returns to the convention stage Wednesday as the battle-hardened president hoping his legacy won't be eroded by the outcome of the election to replace him. [...]Show More Summary
Bill Clinton did a thing on Tuesday night that I wasn’t completely sure he was capable of: he moved deliberately, persuasively out of the spotlight and to the loyal side of his wife. Going into Tuesday night’s primetime convention broadcast, more than a few Hillary Clinton supporters and campaign staffers were jittery. Bill, Hillary’s ... More »
Following the first day of the Democratic National Convention, there were clear signs of unity, and Michelle Obama delivered an incredibly powerful speech. However, Elizabeth Warren was repeatedly heckled by members of the Bernie or Bust movement. These supporters "chanted and booed through most of the evening," forcing Seth to ... More »
Emotions were high on Monday throughout the Democratic Convention and when Bernie Sanders appeared on stage as the last speaker of the night, he had to delay his speech by several minutes due to his supporters’ cheers. His was the only one throughout the entire day that contained any substantial policy issues. Show More Summary
Elizabeth Warren's DNC speech made a crucial point about Trumpism's racial hatred: nobody benefits except the rich. The Democratic National Convention got off to about as rough a start as you could imagine, with the party committee chair abruptly resigning and her replacementfending off choruses of boos from delegates loyal to Bernie Sanders. Show More Summary
Michelle Obama gave one of the best received speeches at the Democratic National Convention Monday night; she was also masterfully on message. Obama’s speech echoed themes in a 30-second political ad released in mid-July by Hillary Clinton’s...Show More Summary
His dark fantasies show an innate understanding of the conservative mind. Donald Trump delivered a devastatingly powerful coronation speech at the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland last week. The event itself was a mass psychotic episode, a four day exercise in the grotesque and the macabre. Show More Summary
With his speech at the Democratic National Convention, the former president shows that he still knows how to rock a lectern. The Twitterati weigh in.
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton told the Democratic convention in Philadelphia on Tuesday that his wife and “best friend,” Hillary Clinton, is the “best darn change-maker I’ve ever known.” In a very personal speech, he spoke warmly...Show More Summary
(Paul Mirengoff) I caught Bill Clinton’s speech on the radio driving back from a minor league baseball game in Woodbridge, Virginia. Woodbridge is far enough outside the beltway that nary a person sitting near me tonight mentioned politics. Show More Summary