Hillary Clinton? Still Not Inevitable
Are you exhausted yet? It’s only October of 2015. We still have more than a year until the general election, and between now and then, much will happen. If you would have asked most of us a year ago, we would have anticipated things to be quite different right now. The GOP race is unexpected both in who inhabits the frontrunner’s space and which candidates | Read More »
Hillary Clinton slaps Barack Obama in the face over TPP.
Hillary Clinton doesn’t really care about TPP. She does, however, care about making Joe Biden look like a fringe candidate.
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Senator Elizabeth Warren Reestablishes The Old Massachusetts Custom of Witch-Hunting
When Joe Biden decided he wanted to run for President in 2016, he wanted a running mate who was at least as inventive as he was. By inventive, I of course mean, derivative, phony and disingenuous. You don’t get more disingenuous than Elizabeth “Senator Lieawatha” Warren. Thus, it should shock nobody that Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) 16% is on the short bus, | Read More »
Putin’s Growing Influence in the Middle East
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Rob Tracinski to discuss the rise of Vladimir Putin in the Middle East, then Kevin Burgess talks about the need for more accountability from NFL refs, and Matt Lewis discusses the race for Speaker and the 2016 Democrat field.
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Joe Biden: The Three Dollar Bill of American Politics
On August 1, New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd (who is still bitter and man-hating over Michael Douglas dumping her for Catherine Zeta-Jones) wrote a piece about a possible Joe Biden run for the presidency titled: Joe Biden in 2016: What Would Beau Do? Beau, of course, is Joe Biden’s son who died of brain cancer in May of this year. What drove the column was | Read More »
CNN grimly holding a debate chair warm for Joe Biden.
Joe Biden can join that debate any time he likes, says CNN. Any. Time. He. Likes.
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Hillary Aides Have Turned Over more than 100,000 Emails
More and more potential evidence is showing up in the scandal surrounding Hillary Clinton’s emails. According to the government’s latest report, the total number of emails turned over to the State Department by Hillary’s aides has topped 100,000. The Washington Times breaks down the numbers: Huma Abedin turned over an estimated 23,000 pages of emails, Philippe Reines gave back 70,000 pages of messages and Cheryl Mills | Read More »
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Democratic Establishment is Starting to Look at Joe Biden for 2016
Vice President Joe Biden has been flirting with a Presidential run for months now. The latest news, per the New York Post, is that he is “more likely than not” to jump in, and a big part behind his delay is no doubt gauging the support of big name donors and fundraisers. At this point, I’d say it’s almost a certainty he will, if he can find | Read More »
New Poll: Hillary Clinton’s support among Democrats is collapsing
A new poll out by Monmouth University Polling (this is a pdf) shows that Hillary Clinton’s support has dropped by 18 points since April and by 10 points in the last month alone. Joe Biden, who isn’t officially running, and Bernie Sanders are surging. This poll mirrors what other polls are seeing: what is extraordinary is the way in which disenchantment with and detest for Hillary | Read More »
With High Profile Shootings, Gun Control Returns to Public Debate
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Charles C.W. Cooke to talk about gun violence in America, what gun control proponents would like to do and his new book about Conservatarians. Then David Fortunato discusses his research on how concealed carry impacts criminals and the public. Finally, legendary reporter Andrew Malcolm talks about the potential for Joe Biden to enter the 2016 presidential campaign.
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Bidenmania as Democrats No Longer Crazy About Hillary
We’re going to hear a lot about Joe Biden coming up. He is suddenly relevant again. As Hillary’s poll numbers go down and leading Democrats continue to see Bernie Sanders as not really viable, Biden becomes a logical alternative. Joe and Jill Biden are two of the nicest people in Washington, D.C. The amount of time they spend caring for wounded veterans, unreported by the | Read More »
Biden and Christie agree: Obama is responsible for deaths caused by Iran
Well, not in so many words but the effect is the same. One of the components of the Iran nuclear deal is that it gives Iran unconstrained access to well over $100 billion in cash. Another component of the deal is that even though Iran is on the State Department’s list of state sponsors of terror, Iran’s support of terror was not an item of | Read More »
Quinnipiac: Joe Biden compares favorably to Hillary Clinton in swing states.
SOON. Vice President Biden matches up as well or better than Hillary Clinton against top 2016 Republicans in three swing states, according to a Quinnipiac poll released Thursday morning that’s certain to fuel speculation of the former six-term senator entering the White House race. Former Secretary of State Clinton is still the front-runner for Democratic primary voters in Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania, and real estate | Read More »