Candidates Respond To GOP Debate Shakeup

Hopefuls in the Republican Party for 2016 responded on Friday to the line-up of candidate for the presidential debates on November 10, with those being relegate or left off entirely attempting to put a brave face on or in certain instances reacting angrily to what might be a severe blow for campaigns that are already […]

Marco Rubio Personal Finances Facing More Scrutiny

On Wednesday, Marco Rubio the Republican presidential candidate tried to dismiss attacks on his own personal finances, calling them discredited as his opponents on both his right and left are casting new doubts over how he used a credit card from the Republican Party. Rubio in New Hampshire campaigning was faced with new fresh questions […]

Denials Fly in Following Anonymous List of Alleged KKK Members

The Lexington, Kentucky mayor said he was not a Ku Klux Klan member. Postings by Anonymous say otherwise, but Jim Gray the Mayor said the listing was false, ridiculous and insulting. Gray, the city’s mayor is a Democrat and was responding to a release of a list of names that were purported members of the […]

Paul Singer Lends Support to Marco Rubio

One of the most influential and wealthiest Republican donors in the U.S. has thrown his support to Florida Senator Marco Rubio. The decision will likely swing millions of contribution dollars behind Rubio at a very critical point in the nominating battle amongst Republicans. The donor, Paul Singer, a billionaire investor from New York, is a […]

CNBC Moderators Criticized Following Third GOP Debate

Following the third GOP debate in which the candidates seemed to spend too much time sparring with the moderators than with each other, the Republican National Committee chairman declared that CNBC, which hosted the debate, ought to be ashamed. Reince Priebus the RNC chairman said one great thing about the GOP is there can be […]

John Boehner Clinches Budget Deal Prior to Leaving House

House Republican leaders were able to reach a budget deal with the White House just prior to Monday midnight aimed at averting another government shutdown and debt crisis. John Boehner the House Speaker made one last appeal to the restive Republicans: Pass this agreement that was hard won with the President prior to Rep. Paul […]

Obama Says the Republicans Are Like Grumpy Cat

U.S. President Barack Obama is not running the White House in 2016. However, he has already jumped into the role of campaigner in chief, as he has already likened the Republican candidates to Grumpy Cat, an Internet meme that depicts the unhappy cat. Obama on Friday, became fired up when he took center stage at […]

Hillary Clinton Being Grilled on Capitol Hill in Benghazi Hearing

On Thursday, Hillary Clinton confronted critics from the Republican Party on the House Benghazi committee in the inquiry into the attacks that in 2012 killed four Americans. Testifying in the cavernous and ornate assembly room, which is home to the Ways and Means Committee in the House, Clinton hailed the memory of Ambassador to Libya […]

Hillary Clinton Holds Large National Lead over Bernie Sanders

Aided by her solid performance in the first debate for the Democrats Hillary Clinton regained control of the race for the Democratic Presidential nomination of which she had lost some ground because of a controversial summer. She now has a commanding lead over second place Senator Bernie Sanders for the party’s nomination. Vice President Joe […]

Donald Trump Critical of George W. Bush on 9/11, Jeb Pushes Back

Donald Trump the frontrunner of the Republican presidential candidates again provoked a back and forth tossing of barbs on Friday by saying George W. Bush the former president must share part of the blame for the attacks of September 11, 2001. Trump has made it obvious he dislikes the Bush family and frequently has baited […]