Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton released a statement supporting President Obama’s decision to grant executive amnesty for millions of illegal immigrants in America. “I support the President’s decision to begin fixing our broken...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
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) continued his proto-presidential campaign against Hillary Clinton over the weekend, wondering aloud in an interview with Politico whether the former secretary of State might be too old to handle the physical demands of running a national campaign. Show More Summary
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) continued his proto-presidential campaign against Hillary Clinton over the weekend, wondering aloud in an interview with Politico whether the former secretary of state was too old to handle the physical demands of running a national campaign. Show More Summary
On this weekend’s broadcast of ABC’s “This Week,” Democratic strategist Donna Brazile said despite former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton being the favorite for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination, she still face a “hard road” to get that nomination should she choose to run. Show More Summary
On Friday’s broadcast of “Fox & Friends,” Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) picked up where he left off on election night in attacking former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and her husband, former President Bill Clinton. Paul continued to hammer...Show More Summary
Executive Leadership Foundation gala honorees: Debra L. Lee, chairman and CEO, BET Networks; Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton;and Rachel Robinson, founder of The Jackie Robinson Foundation WASHINGTON, D.C.— The Executive...Show More Summary
On the Capital Journal Roundtable, WSJ's Jerry Seib and Beth Reinhard discuss what the sweep for Republicans in the midterm election means for two potential 2016 candidates, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Sen. Rand Pa...
Rand Paul — who may very well end up facing Hillary Clinton in a 2016 presidential showdown — kicked off an early attack campaign against the former Secretary of State Wednesday, suggesting her presence on the campaign trail damaged the candidacies of several Democrats who lost their midterm elections.
Democratic strategist Robertson Zimmerman on Wednesday discounted Sen. Rand Paul’s (R-KY) latest attack on former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton by pointing out that the libertarian politician took “more positions than the Kama Sutra.” As big wins for Republicans were rolling...
Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) said late Tuesday that in the wake of the Senate going Republican, the biggest loser is former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Almost every candidate Clinton campaigned for lost. Those include Georgia’s Michelle Nunn, Iowa’s Bruce Braley, North Carolina’s Kay Hagan, and Kentucky’s Alison Lundergan Grimes. Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton with Alison Grimes in Kentucky (Bloomberg) Senator Rand Paul ripped Hillary Clinton tonight after the former Secretary of State failed to lift Alison Grimes in Kentucky. Rand Paul: “I think here in Kentucky it was a referendum not … Continue reading ?
MANCHESTER, New Hampshire — As former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton joined incumbent Democratic Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) for her final campaign push, street art began appearing statewide calling for New Hampshire voters to “Quarantine...Show More Summary
The former Secretary of State and New York Senator, Mrs. Hillary Clinton, has informed the American people that businesses do not create jobs. In providing Americans with a rather interesting economic perspective of how people get hired, the former First Lady then went on to let Americans know that “trickle-down economics” not only doesn’t work, […]
Although they are not officially declared 2016 presidential contenders, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton are widely considered to be building up campaign operations for the next presidential election. Show More Summary
Professor Cornel West believes President Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton are war criminals. We spoke on radio Tuesday night. COLMES: You’ve actually called (President Obama) a war criminal. Would you expand upon that? Do you think he should be tried? DR. WEST: Well, I think all war criminals should be accountable and [...]
At a campaign event in Charlotte over the weekend featuring former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Sen. Kay Hagan (D-NC), a Hagan surrogate called her Republican opponent, state House Speaker Thom Tillis an “Uncle Tom.” The comments...Show More Summary
The Washington Examiner Someone might have to sit down with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and have the conversation with her — the one about where jobs come from.
The former secretary of state has sometimes struggled to connect with voters on the stump. Maybe 140 characters suit her better.
Most striking in the New York Times‘ new lengthy and fairly glossy profile on the otherwise sleepy Democratic Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley, is how much fear former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has set in the hearts of her party colleagues.