This is the quote that came to mind when I recently heard the prejudiced and bigoted remarks by current Republican presidential
Bernie seems to be an alternative to the politics of Clinton. That makes him a threat to the "billionaire" class he is wont to criticize, to Super PACs fueled by Citizens United, and to establishment politicians like Hillary Clinton. Hillary Clinton ignores Bernie Sanders at her own peril.
For the White House’s defenders, the argument remains the same regardless of the numbers: By running away from the president
"We must stand up for our free market principles, entrepreneurial spirit and economic freedom," the petition read. Earlier
Finally, there are the Democrats who place themselves on the vanguard of the fight today, such as Rep. Mike Honda (Calif
This fall, Democrats have the ability to motivate the voters to turnout at levels adequate to replicate the 2012 turnout mix -- just as they did in Virginia last year. But we need to focus 100 percent of our energy on motivation. That requires that we follow several important rules.
I sent a couple of contributions -- quite modest, actually -- to President Obama. Then, to my dismay and genuine surprise, I received a card in the mail -- addressed personally to me -- that said, "Member of President Obama's Honorary Kitchen Cabinet."
With less than seven months until the midterm elections, the biggest challenge Democrats face isn't the Affordable Care Act or the President's popularity, it's the millions of dollars being spent by the Koch brothers' financed groups, most notably Americans for Prosperity.
Whatever its longer term goal, Blue Labs is off to a good start. The Booker campaign was a success, though not the kind of
Comedian & Actress Margaret Cho joins HuffPost Live and details how she was kicked off of the Obama campaign team. Read more
Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) is taking a page from President Obama’s reelection playbook for his own campaign — embracing
Cutter, 44, is a veteran Democrat communicator who has worked for former President Bill Clinton, former Sen. Edward Kennedy
During the roughest portion of his speech, as Paul was fumbling for words, he let slip a line that - if he is sincere about
President Barack Obama’s team redefined the way to run a national election. Now, it’s trying to do the same thing for issue
Want to Elect a President? Call Call This Guy: SXSW Shingerview with Harper Reed, CTO, Obama for America
Harper Reed. Mate, the man elected a president. Not sure what else there is to say.