"The bottom line on this one is they need to leave this to the commanders in the field," Perry said. "Let's just say there's
CNN's Stephanie Cutter is now the target of a campaign by left-wing media watchdog FAIR for her continued ties to the White House.
CNN's Stephanie Cutter is now the target of a campaign by left-wing media watchdog FAIR for her continued ties to the White
FAIR's Peter Hart noted that Cutter has formed her own consulting firm, which is not disclosing its client list. She also
I guess it was done this way to get both hosts in a single shot, but as the show went on, CNN deployed these stark and uncomfortable
Albright's passion for supporting democracy and citizen participation around the world is legendary. And, in her role as Chair of the National Democratic Institute (NDI), she is now pursuing a very public campaign to empower women worldwide to succeed in political leadership.
The two strategists will appear across the network’s programming including "New Day," the morning show scheduled to launch
So, it would be quite reasonable to extract the notion, from that statement, that the Obama White House is fully on board
Cutter, 44, is a veteran Democrat communicator who has worked for former President Bill Clinton, former Sen. Edward Kennedy
Yes, I too have noticed that Byers' scoop basically implies that CNN is attempting to make a media star of the guy who is
One of the stars of Barack Obama's 2012 State of the Union address was Jackie Bray, a single mother who was laid off in 2011
After months of fervently trying to move the conversation away from Bain, the Romney campaign did finally bring it back in
The outcome of the 2012 presidential was not a fait accompli, as many are now arguing -- not by a long shot. This election could have gone either way. Anyone who thinks the Obama victory was inevitable or predetermined is in a worse state of denial than the hucksters at Fox News.
Gingrich noted that Mourdock later clarified he had been referring to conception as an act of God, not the rape that led
The Register editorial notes that the endorsement followed "vigorous debate" internally. It marks the first time the paper