Yes, by an 11,000,000 + vote margin we proudly elected President Obama in 2008 and re-elected him by a landslide again in 2012!
Gov. John Kasich's case for being the Republican presidential nominee, in his own words:
"I learned a lot about how this country runs during my term at Lehman Brothers."
Billionaires & Oligarchs Opposing Bernie Sanders - this phrase suggests an insightful acronym. Begins with B.
NYT retracts false story about Secy. Clinton:
"An earlier version of this article and an earlier headline, using information from senior government officials, misstated the nature of the referral to the Justice Department regarding Hillary Clinton’s personal email account while she was secretary of state. The referral addressed the potential compromise of classified information in connection with that personal email account. It did not specifically request an investigation into Mrs. Clinton."
2 problems: The IG isn't conducting a criminal investigation and their investigation of the emails does not involve Hillary. NYT revised their false story about an hour after posting it.
Cruz has a long way to go before he is eligible to debate Hillary in 2016. Cruz pal Trump is sucking all the oxygen from other candidates' campaigns. Several of the 16 clowns now running won't even appear in important candidate debates in NH, OH, and SC.
In his speech in Tallahassee, Florida, on Monday denouncing the influence of lobbyists, Jeb Bush neglected to mention one critical detail: The event was organized by a powerful corporate lobbying group that has helped financially support his White House bid.
Speaking at Florida State University, the former Florida governor derided what he called the capital city’s “comfortable establishment” that leverages lobbying power to unduly shape public policy. “I was a governor who refused to go along with that establishment,” Bush said.
Bush was touting his clean-government credentials at a function organized by the Florida Chamber of Commerce, a private lobbying group for the state’s business community. Emails obtained by International Business Times show that Bush’s campaign coordinated the event with the chamber, whose political committee has donated to a super PAC backing Bush's bid for president.
Katich is too sensible to attract the Tea Party crowd. Maybe he'd be willing to serve as Hillary's VP.
If the Iran deal is still in effect 10 years from now, all 7 parties and the rest of the world (except Israel) will be eager to renew for another 10 years. Neocon fear mongering makes no sense at all, unless they hate the U.S. so much they want sanctions to continue. Secretary Kerry and our 5 allies have crafted this deal to last indefinitely. It's no wonder the United Nations Security Council took only a week to vote unanimously for acceptance.