The presidential contender sees the disdain he elicits from corporate titans as a selling point.
Politicians have long sought to go around the mainstream press filter--from fireside chats, to whistlestop tours, to snail
Evidence of electoral interference by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and hackers working for the Russian government has raised important questions about our ability to adhere to these norms and even about the health of our democracy.
And they called it "Franksgiving."
Much has changed since then as almost always now it is warm outside our Florida home. The Lions are playing in a dome. They
They may not respect each other privately, but as candidates for president, they claim to be leaders. If you are going to lead you have to set an example of how to treat those who disagree with you. I thought decorum was called for in this place and time.
What if "endorsement" is a political red herring? "Endorsing" suggests approval, but for a lot of us that option is closed. But, hey, we still have to choose--we must choose because democracy itself is at stake today.
New reports highlight the social insurance program's benefits for some 60 million people.
Clinton made it clear that she expects the rich to foot much of the bill by demanding hefty tax hikes on them. She added the final FDR touch to her big spending plan by promising to plop the legislation on Congress' table within her first 100 days in office.