On April 12, Hillary Clinton posted a meticulously-prepared video on Facebook that officially announced her bid to win the Democratic nomination for the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
Within the video, she states that "Everyday Americans need a champion, and I want to be that champion." As the video's "extras" [Read more]
Hillary recently announced her bid for the 2016 Democratic presidential candidacy. As someone who was a first lady, a senator, the secretary of state and having had other glamorous titles, she seems to have unparalleled advantage to her competitors. The support for Hillary is high and her announcement has led to an [Read more]
<i>It is not just Hilary Clinton who is worrying the American conservatives as an opponent, it is also the fact that her remedies are not enough to allay the fears of the middle class.</i>
Mitt Romney's surprise withdrawal from the list of presidential candidates has reshuffled the cards among Republicans. [Read more]
The United States is becoming a country of political dynasties. With the appearance in the presidential campaign of the first “candidate to be a candidate” — ex-governor of Florida Republican Jeb Bush – experts are predicting a duel against former first lady and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in the event [Read more]
I don't think that Marco Rubio is viable, at least for now. But he does have the makings of a politician. His time will come, if he knows how to wait and learn.