Marco Rubio knocked what he called the “Obama-Clinton foreign policy” in a well-received, forward-looking appearance at the 2015 Conservative Political Action Conference on Friday morning.
Gov. Chris Christie wants his party to spend its time promoting the middle class, not defending the wealthy.
Rudy Giuliani leveled a pointed attack against President Obama’s patriotism at a private gathering Wednesday, going for the mother of all political criticisms.
It’s hard to find a story of “when opposites attract” in politics these days, but here you go. Gallup has ranked Massachusetts and Maryland the most Democratic states in the country, based on statistics that take into account political party ID and the leanings of state residents in 2014. Both states have a Democratic edge […]
“Elizabeth Warren for President” won’t go away. Not if Bruce Banner, a “socialite-cum-anti-war-activist,” Al Pacino’s daughter, the pioneer of trip hop, and a “90s-era hardcore-drummer-turned-pastry chef” have anything to say about it.
Joking about Hillary Clinton’s “dead broke” comment is so 2014. But with a new year comes new material.
With Rand Paul weighing a White House bid, a report about the Kentucky senator’s planning provided a reminder that his support among Republicans is broadening wing-to-wing.
A challenge to a recent win for gun rights in San Diego has failed, bringing the city one step closer toward expanded gun permits.
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?