Elizabeth Warren’s Harsh Critiques of Joe Biden Surface

The vice president and the Massachusetts senator have a history of sparring over bankruptcy legislation for more than a decade. Perhaps those rumors about a Biden/Warren presidential ticket were a tad overblown.  A 2002 article written by Elizabeth Warren excoriates then-Senator Joe Biden as a champion of credit card companies and a foe of women over his… [Read More]

School protests hijack Chicago mayor’s budget forum

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel held a rare public forum on Monday, seeking support for painful belt tightening to solve the city’s fiscal crisis, at a meeting dominated by protests over the closing of a high school in an African-American neighborhood. Chants and boos greeted Emanuel, who was forced to agree to meet for the first… [Read More]

Biden beloved by top Democrats; his candidacy, not so much

Joe Biden got plenty of love from top Democrats on Friday, but their views about a possible White House run by the vice president were decidedly more mixed. While Biden was nowhere near the summer meeting of the Democratic National Committee, his potential late entry into the party’s presidential race against front-runner Hillary Clinton dominated… [Read More]

RIGGED: Want Proof of Voter Fraud? Look at What’s Happening in These 141 Counties

Mentioning the phrase “voter fraud” in front of a high-profile Democrat like President Barack Obama is sort of like walking into a gym and talking about steroids. No one will admit to using them, but one only has to open their eyes to see that it’s everywhere. During the 2008 and 2012 presidential elections, more… [Read More]

Trump, Hillary Distant Cousins, Say Genealogists

“Their 19th great grandfather is King Edward III so there is precedent for ruling a country; it’s in their genes” The leading 2016 Republican and Democrat presidential contenders are actually distant relatives, genealogy experts say. According to author A.J. Jacobs, who researched the candidates’ backgrounds with genealogy website Geni.com, both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton… [Read More]

Two Impossible Things That Could Happen in 2016

Michael Barone,  “One can’t believe impossible things,” Alice objected. “I daresay you haven’t had much practice,” the Red Queen replied. “When I was your age, I always did it for half an hour a day. Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.” You may be reading this sometime after breakfast,… [Read More]

This New Trump Video Takes Just 15 Seconds To Roast A Rival With Ultimate Irony

Just a week ago, the Trump campaign put out a short but hard-hitting video that scorched both Hillary Clinton and The last thing we need is another Bush in the White House. Would be the same old thing (remember “read my lips, no new taxes”). GREATNESS! Posted by Donald J. Trump on Sunday, August 23, 2015… [Read More]

Iran denies plans to swap prisoners with United States

Iran is not considering a prisoner exchange with the United States, a senior official said on Tuesday, ahead of an expected verdict for an Iranian-American journalist held in Tehran for more than a year. “The reports on the possible exchange of prisoners are not true and it is not on the table,” Deputy Foreign Minister… [Read More]

New Agers Back Socialist Sanders as Messiah

Cliff Kincaid, The huge crowds greeting socialist Bernie Sanders in his run for the Democratic presidential nomination cannot just be attributed to large numbers of left-wingers. There is a hard-core left-wing element to the Sanders candidacy, of course. But Sanders has tapped into what used to be one of Hillary Clinton’s key constituencies, the New… [Read More]

Oh What a Tangled Web: The continuing saga of Hillary Clinton’s missing e-mails

D.W. Wilber,   Clinton’s missing e-mails just keeps getting “curious-er and curious-er”. And I’m becoming more and more reminded of the Nixon Watergate investigation. You know, the one Hillary Clinton was fired from for unethical and dishonest behavior. Then North Carolina Senator Sam Ervin gained fame through his leadership of the Senate Select Committee to Investigate… [Read More]