In his announcement Graham spouted some serious crazy, but the height of the insanity is his early campaign promise to kill anyone thinking of joining al-Qaeda or ISIL.
There’s nothing but good news in a new poll conducted May 25-29 of likely Democratic caucus-goers.
We were set for a primary where the issues actually get coverage because there would be no mud. That all changed yesterday, when along came former Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley.
According to the latest polling, Sen. Bernie Sanders’ (I-VT) presidential campaign has more support than the campaign of media favorites Scott Walker, Jeb Bush, Rand Paul, Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, and every other Republican candidate.
Clinton insiders are frightened of the challenge that Bernie Sanders could present, and the damage that he could do to her candidacy with Democratic activists.
Scott Walker’s troubles are growing as Democratic lawmakers in Wisconsin are calling for a federal investigation into the governor’s jobs agency.
One sentence is all it took for Scott Walker to reveal himself as the next in a long line of failed Republicans.
On CNN’s State Of The Union, Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) announced that his presidential campaign against corporate greed, the attempted Koch hostile takeover of the government, and income inequality has now raised over $4 million from 100,000 contributors.
Wall Street is openly worrying that Bernie Sanders is pushing Hillary Clinton to the left by calling for the biggest banks in America to be broken up.
Hillary Clinton’s Mother’s Day call for paid family leave illustrates why she is such a formidable presidential candidate.
The latest polling revealed that support for Bernie Sanders has increased by ten points among Democrats in Iowa after the Senator from Vermont officially announced his bid for the Democratic nomination.
With no super PACs or corporate dollars, Sen. Bernie Sanders has raised $3 million in four days with the help of some former aides to President Obama.
A new Quinnipiac University poll has found that the attempts to gin up various scandals against Hillary Clinton has had no impact in Iowa as the Democratic frontrunner continues to roll.
The Republican response to Hillary Clinton’s call for a path to citizenship for immigrants who are in the United States illegally has been met with an awkward air of terrified silence from the Republican presidential candidates.
Not only is Sen. Bernie Sanders raising millions of dollars, but he announced that he has over 175,000 volunteers pledged to work for his presidential campaign.
A new NBC News poll reveals that the Republican attempts to stop Hillary Clinton have failed as the Democratic frontrunner leads every Republican presidential candidate.
Republicans have great faith that the American public can’t tell the difference between a candidate who grew up middle class but stands for policies that will hurt the middle class and a candidate who has a lot of money but a platform that helps the working and middle classes. Republicans put a lot of store in “story” or rhetoric, over policy. They have to, because they can’t afford to discuss their policies openly.
Ben Carson launched his presidential campaign by for a new stimulus for America, which involved giving some of the largest corporations in the world a tax holiday in the United States.
The Koch brothers have selected Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker to be their chosen 2016 Republican candidate/puppet.
The Republican-dominated Sunday morning shows got a blast of liberalism as Bernie Sanders stormed Fox News Sunday and showed the conservative Fox viewers what liberalism really looks like.