President Obama delivered a speech at an event for his “My Brother’s Keeper” initiative in Washington, D.C., Monday in which he advised his young audience on the importance of kindness and teamwork despite the fact that he himself has neither adopted kindness nor encouraged teamwork as he clashes with congressional Republicans in Washington.
In a piece entitled “The Biden Agenda” for next week’s addition of The New Yorker, writer Evan Osnos quotes President Obama as predicting that Vice President Joe Biden would make a “superb president.”
Hillary Clinton might not be ready for 2016, but now she can dress like she is! The website “Ready for Hillary” is selling t-shirts, baseball caps, buttons and totes that Hillary fans — and Hillary herself — can purchase to “gear” up for the former secretary of State’s probable presidential run.
GOP committees express confidence in Republicans ahead of midterm elections amid Obama’s dismal mistakes
The five GOP committees — the RNC, NRCC, NRSC, RGA and RSLC — hosted a joint press conference on Capitol Hill Wednesday to discuss their confidence in the Republican position 100 days ahead of the 2014 midterm elections.
According to CNN, O’Malley privately begged White House Director of Domestic Policy Council Cecilia Munoz not to send any of the young immigrants that have flooded the country to his state after publicly criticizing the Obama administration’s plan to send these kids back to Central America.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry does not support Obama’s $3.7B emergency spending package to help border crisis
Texas Governor Rick Perry joined host Brit Hume on “Fox News Sunday” to explain his dissatisfaction with President Obama’s call for $3.7 billion in emergency funding from Congress to help deal with the crisis at our Southern border.
This past week, President Obama engaged in a lot of fun activities: He played pool and drank beer with Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper, visited the castle from the film “Blank Check” to rub elbows with a rich Austin crowd, dropped $300 on barbecue and even had time to sneak in a five-hour game of golf.
President Obama got feisty Thursday, verbally attacking Republican lawmakers for what he described as inaction during a speech in Austin, Texas. The president blamed Republicans for rendering Washington “broken” by thwarting “every serious idea to strengthen the middle class.”
The conflict between the hip liberal youth and their forebearers, the conservative squares, seems at times like a law of politics. However, politics is a perpetually shifting field.
How Cleveland’s selection as host of the Republican National Convention has nothing to do with LeBron James
The Republican National Committee (RNC) is taking its talents to Cleveland.
Judge Richard Kopf of Nebraska took to his blog Saturday to express his distaste for the Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby decision and the “division” he believes it has caused among the American people.
Last call! All profits from #RuthBaderGinsburg sales through today 7/7 donated to @PPact http://t.co/L9G2ymZT9R pic.twitter.com/XVB4p3S3Sv— Alisa Bobzien (@alisabobzien) July 7, 2014 It’s no secret that Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s blistering Hobby Lobby dissent earned her hero status on the left. Planned Parenthood tweeted about her. RBG memes exploded on the Internet. Someone even […]
Continuing to defend any and all money matters associated with her public image, Hillary Clinton told ABC News that her university speaking fees from the last year and a half have gone to a good cause: her family’s own.
Hillary Clinton will betray the American holiday of July 4 by engaging in a streamed video interview with British newspaper The Guardian on Friday. The news source is currently soliciting advice from its readers about what the interviewer should ask Clinton. A video on The Guardian‘s website proposes several possible inquiries ranging from topics like foreign policy, women’s rights and even interior decorating.
Hillary Clinton calls Hobby Lobby ruling ‘deeply disturbing,’ shows she disagrees with her husband on religious freedom
Former secretary of State and “Hard Choices” author Hillary Clinton sounded off on the Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby ruling Monday, calling the decision “deeply disturbing” and alleging that it will negatively impact the women of America.
“When a thing is funny, search it for a hidden truth,” it is said in George Bernard Shaw’s Back to Methuselah.
Former President Bill Clinton dealt Barack Obama an insult Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press” when he told host David Gregory that no Democratic candidate should run on Obama’s record. Gregory asked Clinton to specify the difficulties facing any liberal candidate “running on the Obama economy” for the 2016 presidency.
Former top Bush aide Karl Rove was highly critical of Barack Obama’s abuse of executive power on “Fox News Sunday” this week, alleging that the president has gone further than former President Bush in taking advantage of executive action.