Despite the fact that Clinton has lately been vocal of her disapproval of Obama’s foreign policy strategy, she expressed her support of the president’s plan to combat ISIS in Syria and Iraq and also downplayed her previous critique of his foreign affairs choices Wednesday.
Colorado Senator Mark Udall (D) may have just done himself a disservice in his race to keep his seat in the Senate by defending President Obama’s cautious approach to the ISIS terrorist threat coming from Iraq and Syria.
S. Truett Cathy, the credited creator of the irresistible, succulent Chick-fil-A sandwich, passed away Monday at 93, according to multiple reports.
President Obama delivered remarks on the economy at Laborfest in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Monday that bared close resemblance to other speeches of his in both the recent and relatively distant past.
Mitt Romney says ‘one out of a million’ chance he will run for president, says a younger Republican candidate could beat Hillary Clinton
Former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney told Hugh Hewitt on his radio show Tuesday that there is a “one out of a million” chance that he will run for the Oval Office again in 2016.
President Obama delivered a speech at the American Legion’s 96th National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina, Tuesday and was met with little enthusiasm from a crowd of 10,000 American military veterans.
Hypocritical Hillary: Clinton attempts to distance herself from President Obama after supporting Obamacare
Hillary Clinton has a tough presidential race ahead of her if she decides to compete for the Oval Office in 2016, especially considering 56 percent of Americans disapprove of the way in which President Obama is handling health care.
John Boehner wants you to meet his pet monkey. Well, it’s not a real monkey, but the Speaker of the House certainly enjoys the company of the clapping wind-up monkey toy that has been a fixture on his coffee table since Boehner’s 62nd birthday.
Congressman Paul Ryan (R-Wisc.) told the Tampa Bay Times Sunday during a stop in Brandon, Florida, to promote his new book that likely Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is “very beatable.”
Recently, we discovered that Hillary Clinton asked the University of Nevada-Las Vegas to pay her $300,000 for a speech and 90-minute appearance at the university’s foundation dinner. In an effort to put this sum of money into perspective, we’ve calculated the amount of minimum wage jobs this speech fee would cover for one year.
According to Clinton’s contract with the University of Nevada-Las Vegas and other documents concerning the speech obtained by the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Hillary had the gall to initially ask the school for $300,000 in exchange for the speech.
This indictment of Republican Gov. Rick Perry doesn’t smell right, says … WHO?
This Democratic senator is sure having a good time spending taxpayer dollars. Senator Mary Landrieu (D-La.) spent over $3,200 in government money on a private plane that took her to a campaign fundraiser last November, thereby violating federal law, CNN reported Tuesday.
The New York Times reported Wednesday that Clinton’s event at the Bunch of Grapes bookstore in Vineyard Haven drew hundreds of excited fans — many of them women — some of whom expressed their affection for the former secretary of State in outlandish ways.
Texas Governor Rick Perry just might have his campaign slogan should he decide to run for president in 2016. According to the Des Moines Register, at the end of a speech to a crowd at the Iowa State Fair Tuesday, Perry exclaimed, “You’re welcome. I’m awesome!”
President Obama and former secretary of State Hillary Clinton will meet at a Martha’s Vineyard soiree Wednesday, which will present the two Democrats with the perfect opportunity to kiss and make up after Clinton criticized Obama’s foreign policy strategy in a recent interview with The Atlantic.
Hillary and Bill Clinton are substantially downsizing their Hamptons vacation this year by renting a home for a mere $100,000 during the last three weeks of August, reports The Daily Mail.
The speaker of the House recently launched the webpage Speaker.gov/JOBS, which spotlights the dozens of jobs bills that have passed the House but are currently stuck in Harry Reid’s stalled Senate.
Kentucky Senator Rand Paul (R) doesn’t think Hillary Clinton is “fit to lead the country,” according to comments he made during a speech in his home state Friday.
Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam writes angry letter to President Obama demanding information about immigrants relocated to his state
Haslam wrote a letter to Obama dated July 25 expressing his outrage that the Department of Health and Human Services relocated 760 young immigrants with individuals in Tennessee without informing the governor’s administration.