Coverage of Hillary's campaign isn't the only Clinton farce. Salon investigates the bizarre off-Broadway comedy
Mike Horn has become the first insider from the South African camp to corroborate the reports of interference in team selection for the 2015 World Cup semi-final
After ‘Veep‘s’ social team unleashed a fake smear campaign against Selina Meyer toward the end of Season 3, former LostRemote editor Jordan Chariton wrote: “‘Veep’s’ knack for merging its fictional political mischief onto the secondShow More Summary
The "ON THE WRONG SIDE OF HISTORY" Taunts That YOU Fall For Are Mostly SOCIAL And POLITICAL Choices Inside Of The United States And Have Nothing To Do With INTERNATIONAL POWER RELATIONS The African Development Banks Supports The "Asian...Show More Summary
If you thought the 2000 election debacle was bad, just wait until we have online voting
In his Politico column this week, Roger Simon indicates that supporting ‘religious freedom’ is now political suicide: There is a poison pill inside the Republican Party and if its presidential hopefuls keep swallowing it, they are going to choke off their chances for the White House. … And by taking the poison pill that the […]
An insider tells the Daily Beast that Hillary Clinton will kick off her presidential campaign with an effort to raise “an insane amount of money” that will “dwarf anything seen in the history of presidential politics.” Said one Clinton aide: [...]
The New York Daily News is reporting tonight that Hillary Clinton will announce her candidacy for President on Sunday. Business Insider politics editor...
Every weekday’s end, we collect just about everything you ought to care about or ought not to miss. In inside baseball, Torontoist contributers Desmond Cole and Andray Domise are the co-hosts of Canadaland’s new politics podcast. This goes against the seemingly established principle that the least thoughtful people are given the biggest platforms, so it’s […]
Opposing new FCC “net neutrality” mandates is suspicious, according to Politico. The politics insider site recently cast suspicion on a conservative group over emails asking legislators to oppose the FCC’s new Internet regulations. As...Show More Summary
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Thomas B. Edsall of the New York Times has written an important piece entitled, “Has American Business Lost Its Mojo?” The leadership of both political parties should study this material. In the piece, Edsall chronicles the tragic decline of business start-ups in the United States. He quotes Brookings Institution economists Ian Hathaway and Robert E. […]
You know that old saying that sanctions just creates a bunker mentality for the political interests already in power. In fact, Business Insider...
When Indiana passes a discriminatory law, many states and companies issue a boycott against the state inside of a week. But there have been boycott calls against Israel for far harsher discriminatory practices for many years, and our politicians oppose them. Double standard.
(John Hinderaker) You might have to be from the Upper Midwest to fully appreciate this one. My son texted me this map, which purports to show the results of an ESPN poll on Saturday’s Kentucky-Wisconsin matchup. Is it legit? I wouldn’t bet on it, but, like Homer and Shakespeare, it expresses a higher truth: Whatever my fellow Minnesotans may think, I’m rooting for Wisconsin.
How will the Hillary Clinton campaign handle Bill Clinton? The question is on a lot of political minds these days and is being quietly discussed among the commentariat. Even the New York Times had a gentle piece, “To avert repeat of 2008, Clinton team hopes to keep Bill at his best,” suggesting he is some […]
In an apparent effort to make his political party live up to cartoonish parodies, retiring Sen. Harry Reid (D-Nev.) recommends that nanny-state fan Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) replace him as Senate minority leader. Unthrilled GOP insiders...Show More Summary
Well, we finally got a glimpse of what it takes to get fired at the White House these days. If you dare to arrange flowers — presumably roses included — in a fashion that doesn’t suit the powers that be, you get escorted from the building and kicked to the curb. But if you use […]
If we weren't already sure that former disgraced House Speaker turned CNN contributor Newt Gingrich's middle name was Huge-Flaming-Hypocrite, The Daily Beast's Jackie Kucinich left no doubt on this Sunday's Inside Politics: KUCINICH:...Show More Summary
It would be a great understatement to remind everyone that Jarrett, the president's longtime trusted confidante, political ally, and family friend, is a divisive figure inside the beltway.