Ralph Nader, possibly America’s most famous consumer advocate, announced today on NBC’s “Meet the Press” that he is jumping into the 2008 presidential campaign as
Tonight’s Democratic presidential debate between Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton struck me as basically a draw, and according to the predictions of the pundits, that
Things have been happening fast since the New York Times released its story on presidential candidate Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) last night. And the who,
Strong innuendo and unflattering history have risen to bite Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) and his presidential campaign, thanks to a breaking New York Times story.
Barack Obama is being declared the winner in today’s Wisconsin Democratic primary. And apparently while some of us were busy watching “American Idol,” Hillary Clinton
During a campaign appearance in Lewiston, Maine, on February 9, Hillary Clinton once again got emotional. This time her tears came as a disabled U.S.
What the Republicans can’t do for themselves between now and November, the Democrats may do for them. The Democratic National Committee (DNC) warned Michigan and
One of the big news networks ran a video earlier today that included a sign at a polling place — a multilingual sign. There were
Crocodile tears. Or not. Depends on who you ask. But again today, again on the eve of an important primary election day, Hillary got misty-eyed.