The GOP senator's campaign is building off a successful tactic.
Enjoy. They also discussed her most unrecognized strengths: an ability to imbibe (wine and vodka are her booze of choice
"I think the economy's improving, I think the president's getting more credit for the economy," Penn said, noting a better
Hillary vs. the media bit is a good narrative frame for her, no matter its accuracy. It's certainly accurate enough to have some credibility. And then there's the fact that the public doesn't think much of the news media. This week, in fact, we've seen how it can work for her.
If Hillary were striking out on her own, we would feel less this way, but that is not what she is doing. She is campaigning for a third term while invoking executive privilege as to what she did during the first two.
Now, according to Mother Jones' David Corn, there are a lot of people -- "Hillary insiders," even -- who are prepared to
In recent weeks, I've talked to several Washington politicos close to Bill and Hillary Clinton, and when I've asked if they
I'm hoping Microsoft's new CEO realizes how terrible these ads make the company look and will drop the whole thing. Instead of harping on Microsoft's competition, he should tout the virtues of its products. Be positive. Be upbeat. Start fresh.
Read a piece from Penn about the survey here, and see more on his appearance on HuffPost Live here. Go here for more from
"I don't think we should think of it as a choice, people don't want technology or privacy, they want technology and privacy
Mark Penn, Microsoft Corporate Vice President, Takes The Nation's Pulse And Finds Us Polarized And Pessimistic (VIDEO)
This video is part of a series of interviews with speakers, attendees and panelists at The Aspen Ideas Festival, produced
Penn, according to Newsweek, suggested that Clinton's campaign target Obama's "lack of American roots," and "drape Hillary
Howard Wolfson, the 2008 communications director for Hillary Rodham Clinton, has said he will not return for a 2016 presidential
Much of the pining for Hillary Clinton seems to be premised on mis-targeted liberal nostalgia for a version of Bill Clinton's presidency that never happened.
Thanks to a hit piece by one of those Beltway pseudo-"bipartisans" we can now state conclusively what many of us have long suspected: Occupy Wall Street speaks for the American majority. We've got the polling numbers to prove it. We now know where the real center lies.
This whole government shutdown walk-to-the-brink-and-stare-into-the-abyss thing is nothing more than the warmup for the next budgetary battles -- which will be much bigger.
If we properly account for FDR's three victories, there's no difference in re-election performance between the parties. Republicans have had more individuals get re-elected during the same period.