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Biden balks, Kirsten walks but 2020 Democratic field taking shape

Auditions for 2020 Democratic presidential candidates appear to be in full swing not four months into the Trump administration — with the typical cast of governors and senators positioning themselves while party elders appear to step back.   Among them, former Vice President Joe Biden has denied plans to run after giving mixed signals.  

What Is Huma Up To—And Why Should We Care?

Ed Klein, The gossip sphere was atwitter recently when Huma Abedin, the estranged wife of scandal-scarred Anthony Weiner and Hillary Clinton’s longtime confidante, met for lunch with Vogue editor Anna Wintour. The two women were spotted enjoying a private tete-a-tete at Il Cantinori, a favorite celebrity hangout in Greenwich Village. They’re good friends—Wintour held fundraisers

Munger’s Well-Intentioned But Stupid Plan That Handed Over California to the Democrats

Bruce Bialosky, Back in the early part of the last decade, people often asked me about running for public office. Other than I could not afford it because I was putting two kids through private school, I told them I could not run for any office except a statewide position because as a Republican it

Senate confirms Trump pick Perry as energy secretary

The U.S. Senate on Thursday voted to confirm President Donald Trump’s pick to head the Department of Energy, former Texas Governor Rick Perry, who has promised to renew America’s nuclear weapons arsenal. Perry’s rise to America’s top energy official came against opposition from Democrats worried about his ties to oil companies, his doubts about the

Will There Be a Trump vs. Oprah 2020 Presidential Race?

Adan Salazar | Infowars, Matt Drudge, the proprietor of the hugely influential news aggregator, looks forward to a 2020 race between US President Donald Trump and daytime talk show host Oprah Winfrey. In a tweet sent Wednesday morning, the reclusive journalist who broke the Clinton-Monica Lewinsky scandal said such a race would be one

Isn’t Multiculturalism Grand, Look at How It Works in Paris

S. Noble, Paris has been the scene of riots since February 2nd when a 22-year old youth worker named Theo was allegedly beaten up and raped with a truncheon by police. The immigrants are going to burn the place down in retaliation. Last week, riots occurred across numerous north-eastern Paris suburbs associated with social deprivation and