Hillary Clinton’s pre-presidential campaign has made some high-profile hires recently—but all of them, so far, are white males. And Democrats have noticed.
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Records from the Tennessee Ethics Commission show organizations lobbying the state Legislature spent a record $725,000 on 96 “wining and dining” events for lawmakers last year.
Conservatives should take a principled stand against Citizens United.
The conservative Koch brothers’ political network plans to spend $889 million during the 2016 election cycle, according to media reports out of the network’s donor meeting being held early this week in California.
The GOP legislators behind an open-Internet proposal received more cable-industry cash than most other members of Congress.
Not only is she running, but we have a very good idea of what it will look like. Hillary Clinton is in the final stages of planning a presidential campaign that is likely to launch in early April, and has made decisions on most top posts, according to numerous Democrats in close contact with the Clintons and their aides. Campaign advisers say the likelihood…
There are still some in the press that are foolish enough to believe Queen Hillary hasn’t decided whether she will run in 2016. This article puts such naivete to rest. Maybe they’ll start asking her serious questions now.
The former governor picked up a $15,000-a-month consulting gig after leaving office, and it’s become a political headache as he readies a presidential run.
How sweet deal turned sour for Jeb Bush
WASHINGTON — Senate Republicans revealed this week that they have eliminated the phrase “civil rights and human rights” from the title of a Senate Judiciary subcommittee charged with overseeing those issues.