It looks like the Democratic primary is going to be focused on middle-class issues. Democratic frontrunner and former Sec. of State Hillary Clinton put out a friendly tweet welcoming Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) to the race for the Democratic nomination.
In an interview with the AP, Sen. Bernie Sanders made it official. The Senator from Vermont confirmed that he is running for president in 2016.
Rand Paul’s (R-KY) public relations tour is meant, in part, to assuage the narrative that he’s a racist. This narrative is based on things like Paul being against Civil Rights and his knowingly hiring a secessionist who cheered the assassination of President Lincoln. So he found himself joking on the radio Tuesday morning that his train went through Baltimore and he’s glad it didn’t stop.
Father Jonathan Morris took to Fox & Friends to push fear of eternal damnation while ignoring the Constitution’s No Religious Test Clause
The Palmetto state appears to be an imperative stopover for anybody who has even remotely thought about entering the 2016 Republican presidential primary.
Governors Walker, Christie, and Jindal have demonstrated that they are job killers, not job creators.
Jeb Bush has dipped to 4th place in a recent poll, and he also seems to be losing out to other candidates on the fundraising front.
In an interview with Glenn Beck, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker suggested that he wants to find ways to further limit legal immigration.
Secretary Clinton seems to have a bit of her husband’s skill when it comes to breaking things down. On Monday, during a media availability in Keane, New Hampshire, the Democratic candidate called Republicans out for avoiding the issues by demonizing her.
A CNN/ORC poll released on Monday finds Hillary Clinton is still dominating the Republican field in the 2016 presidential race.
O’Malley is hardly a household name in America, but he is making his case for president, by staking out bold positions well to the left of presumptive Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton.
While Jeb Bush is often portrayed by the media as the “moderate” Republican candidate, there is nothing moderate about his proposal to raise the social security retirement age.
Hillary Clinton leads Scott Walker 52-40 in his home state, and Russ Feingold is up 54-38 over GOP Senator Ron Johnson.
The hapless GOP needs somebody of Hillary’s stature for 2016, but all they have is a cast of nobodies with no ideas
Ted Cruz, like every other Republican, hates being quoted, and it’s never his fault that he said it, but the media’s fault for reporting it
Crass ignorance is enshrined in the Iowa Calendar as Family Leader invites GOP presidential hopefuls to spew to the delight of the base
Ah, the comforting embrace of Sean Hannity, where “that was then” is answer enough to questions about issues that affect millions
Rand Paul kept his day of disaster rolling along by referring to women’s rights as a “detail” in an interview with the AP.