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Verbatim: Lincoln Chafee on His High School Years With Jeb Bush

"One of my dorm mates in 10th grade is running for president also, Jeb Bush. We had some spirited games of Ping-Pong and our paths have not crossed much since high school, but I think we still consider each other friends." — Lincoln Chafee

LINCOLN CHAFEE HARDEST HIT: Shocking to see something so reasonable from Mother Jones, but they’re …

LINCOLN CHAFEE HARDEST HIT: Shocking to see something so reasonable from Mother Jones, but they’re entirely correct: America Uses Fahrenheit. The Rest of the World Uses Celsius. America Is Right. The Rest of the World Is Wrong. I like their graphic, too. And speaking of Lincoln Chafee, let me note that there are two kinds […]

Rachel Maddow Mourns: Liberal Republicans Like Lincoln Chafee Are 'Extinct'

MSNBC anchor Rachel Maddow on Tuesday couldn't help herself as she fawned over the liberal credentials of Republican turned independent turned Democrat Lincoln Chafee. Despite the fact that Chafee is no longer a member of the GOP, the journalist repeatedly hyped his former status. Show More Summary

Lincoln Chafee sights presidency amid shifting political landscape

Lincoln Chafee, former Republican senator and current Democratic candidate for president, talks with Rachel Maddow about his decision to leave the Republican...

Fact-Checking the Sunday Shows

3 weeks agoNews : The Daily Beast

Did Ronald Reagan really talk about shifting the United States to the metric system, as Lincoln Chafee claims? And was Bill Clinton as far behind in 1991 as Rick Santorum is today?

Here's Why Lincoln Chafee's Metric System Suggestion Actually Makes A Lot Of Sense

3 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

WASHINGTON -- Lincoln Chafee, the former Rhode Island senator and governor now seeking the Democratic presidential nomination, drew lots of coverage -- and a few jabs on late-night television -- for suggesting this week that the U.S....Show More Summary

Lincoln Chafee Enters Presidential Race

Hillary Clinton has a third underdog challenger for the Democratic presidential nomination. Former Rhode Island Gov. Lincoln Chafee entered the race Wednesday, casting himself as an antiwar candidate who opposed the invasion of Iraq back when Clinton supported it. Show More Summary

Pataki, Chafee, and O’Malley: No Chance In Hell

What do Martin O’Malley, George Pataki, and Lincoln Chafee have in common? They don’t have a chance in hell in winning their party’s nomination...

Lincoln Chafee Draws on Earlier Job With Horses for Life Lessons

As he embarks on the campaign trail to begin his long-shot bid for the Democratic presidential nomination, Lincoln Chafee, the former governor of Rhode Island, draws on a transformative experience that gives him a sense of confidence: his previous life as a farrier.

Lincoln Chafee finally says it: Hillary’s too corrupt to be president

He has virtually no chance to get the Democratic nomination but former Rhode Island Governor and Senator Lincoln Chafee deserves credit. He finally said what all responsible Democrats need to acknowledge about their inevitable nominee: It’s a long record going back over decades of questionable ethical practices. People groan when I bring up Whitewater and […]

Jon Stewart’s new name for the 2016 GOP clown car: “19 and Counting”

With recent Rick Perry and Lincoln Chafee bids, Stewart wonders how many more can fit in the clown car

Presidential Candidate Lincoln Chafee Wants the U.S. to Go Metric

3 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Lincoln Chafee has launched Democratic presidential bid with at least one interesting proposal: he wants the U.S. to go metric. Read more...

Jon Stewart welcomes Rick Perry to GOP race, waits for ‘jar of mayonnaise’ Jeb Bush to announce

3 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

The Daily Show’s Jon Stewart welcomed former governors Lincoln Chafee and Rick Perry into the 2016 presidential nominee race, while wondering when former Florida Governor Jeb Bush was going to end his fundraising and just announce already. Wading through the ennui of Chafee’s...

Former NYT Columnist Randy Cohen: Is Wagner's MSNBC Show a 'Wing of Fox News'?

Taking umbrage with Alex Wagner's mockery of Lincoln Chafee for announcing he wants to take the U.S. into the metric system if he's elected president, former New York Times ethics columnist Randy Cohen playfully griped that the MSNBC host's program was at risk of being a virtual "wing of Fox News."

HUFFPOST HILL - GOP Primary Field Now Literally Field-Sized

3 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

Rick Perry is running for president again, because if at first you don't succeed, try, try... um, what’s the third one there? Let’s, um. I can't name the third one. I can't. Sorry, oops. Lincoln Chafee thinks the U.S. should adopt the metric system -- FINALLY, someone is discussing the 226.786 kilogram elephant in the room. Show More Summary

The Democrat’s Missing Linc

(Steven Hayward) Lincoln Chafee—who I liked to call the “Missing Linc” during his brief tenure as a U.S. Senator—has made moving to the metric system a key plank of his presidential campaign. What—is he trying to allow John Stewart’s...Show More Summary

'Green News Report' - June 4, 2015

The Green News Report is also available via... IN TODAY'S RADIO REPORT: Republican Rick Perry and Democrat Lincoln Chafee enter the 2016 race; Maryland bans fracking; Texas and Oklahoma ban fracking bans; PLUS: Big Oil CEOs call for a price on carbon (but there's a catch)... Show More Summary

Why the Latest Candidates Won't be Deaf to Small Business Needs

Former Rhode Island senator and governor Lincoln Chafee said he will run for president. He joins former Texas Governor Rick Perry, who also made it official on Thursday.

The Glut of Second-Tier 2016 Candidates Has People Grasping for New Ways to Say ‘Long Shot’

Former governors Rick Perry and Lincoln Chafee both announced their presidential bids this week. They were beaten to the 2016 announcing race by so many other candidates that people are running out of novel ways to explain why each successive batch of White House wannabes will probably never be president. ... More »

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