Whoa! Democrat Kirstin Powers blasted this week’s media jihad against Mitt Romney today on America Live with Megyn Kelly. Powers also slammed the Obama Administration for their weak response to the Mideast disaster and murder of our ambassador in Libya. >> KUDOS KRISTIN...WISH MORE DEMS HAD THE GUTS TO TAKE A STAND LIKE YOU DO.
As part of a campaign that aims to influence the Republican presidential primary debate that will be held here next week, billboards will spring up today in Greater Cleveland referring to high-profile cases involving black Ohioans who have died recently at the hands of police officers.
Fresh off his "political revolution" in Iowa, Bernie Sanders is riding high. The senator from Vermont raised $3 million in 24 hours since Monday's caucus—his biggest single day yet—and, according to a new poll released Wednesday, leads Hillary Clinton by 33 points in New Hampshire, where the next presidential primary will take place on February 9.
AFL-CIO Delays Making Endorsement In Democratic Presidential Primary
In a win for Bernie Sanders, the AFL-CIO is delaying making it's endorsement in the surprisingly close Democratic presidential primary. The news of the decision came in an email from Richard Trumka, the president of the AFL-CIO, to the union's executive council. It was first reported by The Huffington Post Wednesday. A vote had been expected next week at the union's annual winter meeting in San Diego.
Senator Ted Cruz was dabbed with makeup during a break at an interview with Megyn Kelly of Fox News at the Madison Masonic Center in Madison, Wis., on Monday. He won the Republican presidential primary the next day.
Stage set for final GOP debate of 2015 - CNNPolitics.com
Nine candidates will appear in prime-time Tuesday night December 15th, for the final Republican presidential primary debate of 2015, a critical event that will help shape the contest heading into the Iowa caucuses.
New Hampshire’s New Voter-ID Law Could Lead to Longer Lines, Voter Intimidation The controversial new voting restriction will be in full effect for the first time during Tuesday’s presidential primary.
Antiabortion advocates have a logic problem "Opposing late-term abortions does next to nothing to reduce abortions, but it works well with Republican presidential primary voters. Broadening the use of contraceptives would seriously reduce abortions, but it would be poisonous to the GOP primary electorate."