It’s been a long fight but Hillary Clinton has figured out how to fight Republicans and she has a new ad that proves it. She’s going to fight Republicans by making sure Americans know what they are saying.
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) picked up a big endorsement today as the 250,000 member American Postal Workers Union endorsed his campaign for president.
By taking the fight over his executive actions to the Supreme Court, President Obama is placing Republicans in a no-win situation that will blow up on the GOP in the middle of the 2016 election.
The Fox Business Debate that the Republican candidates loved has delivered an audience that was 2 million people smaller than the first Democratic debate, and the smallest debate audience of the year.
While campaigning in New Hampshire, Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) gave Republicans a lesson in true patriotism.
In case you thought it was a gaffe last night during the debate, asked whether he would support raising the minimum wage, 2016 Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump once again said, “Wages are too high.”
Bernie Sanders won the Republican debate, if you use Twitter as your metric. Hillary Clinton was right after him. In fact, the most popular candidate tweets during the GOP debate came from the two Democratic front-runners for president.
Moments after the Republican debate ended, a top Latino group blasted the Republican candidates for an out of touch debate that catered to corporations, while spewing anti-immigrant rhetoric.
The frontrunners went unharmed while Jeb Bush continues to flop. Here are the winners and losers of the Fox Business Republican Debate.
Republicans offered no new policy ideas while resurrecting some old lies about immigration and ObamaCare. Here are five reasons to be glad that you didn’t watch the Fox News Republican presidential debate.
Every single Republican in the main Republican debate tonight said they oppose raising the minimum wage.
Candidates in the Fox Business undercard debate didn’t answer questions, they just gave stump speeches to questions they wanted to respond to.
Four loser also ran Republicans held a woeful exercise in failed policies that could be called a debate where each of the candidates promised to pursue policies that will destroy the country during the first Fox Business/Wall Street Journal debate.
Mitch McConnell set a very unambitious calendar for 2016, including a nearly two-month August recess.
Liberals, led by Sen. Bernie Sanders, are rallying around President Obama after he has decided to appeal a ruling that blocks the President’s executive actions on immigration.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Rep. Elijah E. Cummings released troubling information from their investigation into the partial repeal of section 716 of President Obama’s 2010 Dodd-Frank Act, which was originally designed to prevent taxpayers from having to bailout big banks.
It’s tough to find a Republican who is not pushing outright falsehoods about Obamacare. They are either ignorant of or not interested in the facts.
Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton has personally given her support to the nation’s largest strike of underpaid workers. Clinton told the workers that their advocacy is changing America.
Obama said, “The fact of the matter is, is that if you ask the question Ronald Reagan said was the most important thing to ask about a presidency, and that is, ‘Are you better off than you were four years ago?’ You are.”
Ben Carson defended birtherism and said if Obama didn’t want people to be suspicious of him, he should release all of his records.