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Jan 05 2015
Hillary Clinton's gender politics
Gender -- the issue that Hillary Clinton struggled to find her balance on during her 2008 campaign -- is front and center as she prepares for a possible 2016 presidential run.
It is, in many ways, a remarkable evolution for a female politician once bedeviled by gender politics to the self-defined "pantsuit aficionado and glass ceiling cracker" of today.CNN (Online News)
Sep 01 2016
Trolls, true believers and Trump: Decoding the alt-right’s nihilistic revolution
After Donald Trump named Stephen Bannon, head of the right-wing political website and Trump propaganda outfit Breitbart News, as his new campaign CEO earlier this month, advocates of the increasingly popular “alt-right” movement — which Breitbart has championed over the past year — were more than a little jubilant. “His appointment is great news,” said Peter Brimelow, editor of the whiteSalon
Apr 19 2016
Sanders Has Been Losing In States Where Income Inequality Is Worse
Bernie Sanders' whole campaign is built on inequality. The phrase "millionaire and billionaire class" (or some variation on it) seems to feature in every single one of his speeches.
So here's some irony: he wins the states where income inequality is lowest. Where it's highest? Those states are all Hillary, and if she wins in New York (where she leads in the polls), she will continueNPR (Online News)
Jun 23 2012
Top Romney Donors Visit Park City for Exclusive Weekend
Mitt Romney is hosting a weekend retreat for wealthy donors in Park City, Utah, offering backers the chance to mingle with campaign aides, Republican officials and the candidate himself at a series of events.Bloomberg
Aug 23 2012
Obama breaks recent precedent, will stump during RNC
Incumbent presidents usually lay low during their opponents nominating convention, but not so with President Obama, who will wage an ambitious campaign schedule next week during the Republican National Convention.Washington Times
Feb 01 2016
Panic: Desperate Dems Spin As New Hillary Email Scandal Bombs Drop
Friday was a very bad day for Hillary Clinton, as her email scandal deepened in several serious ways. Remember when her campaign angrily insisted that the intelligence community's Obama-appointed Inspector General had wrongly identified two pieces of intelligence classified as 'top secret' among the (non-deleted) emails on her improper, unsecure private server? They tried to cast theTownhall
Apr 16 2019
Trump Gets His First Official GOP Challenger With Bill Weld Announcement
Former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld officially entered the 2020 Republican presidential primary on Monday, giving Donald Trump the first serious intra-party challenge to a sitting president since Pat Buchanan ran against George H.W. Bush a quarter-century ago.
“I really think if we have six more years of the same stuff we’ve had out of the White House the last two years, that would be aHuffPost
Apr 16 2019
OPINION: Medicare for All Means Private Insurance for None
Democrats won on the issue of healthcare in 2018 because they campaigned on protecting the coverage Americans possessed. For the 2020 presidential primaries, several Democrats run on taking away that coverage.
“Let’s eliminate all of that,” Kamala Harris says of private insurance. “Let’s move on.” Kirsten Gillibrand calls abolishing private insurance “an urgent goal.” “Under MedicareGuest Writer - Right
Mar 14 2019
Beto O'Rourke officially announces run for president
Beto O'Rourke announced his candidacy for president on Thursday morning, ending months of speculation that began after the Democrat narrowly lost a Senate seat in reliably red Texas.
O'Rourke, 46, who was a little known congressman from El Paso when President Donald Trump was elected, joins the crowded race for the Democratic presidential nomination, which already has more than a dozenUSA TODAY
Apr 15 2019
Trump Gave Most Americans a Tax Cut and They Didn’t Notice
Republicans passed a sweeping tax cut for two-thirds of Americans in 2017, saying it would pay for itself and the American public would thank them.
Now, as Americans finish filing to the IRS for the first time under the new system, the law has swelled the deficit and surveys show just one-fifth of taxpayers believe their taxes have gone down. That’s made it hard for President DonaldBloomberg