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Carly Fiorina Actively Exploring 2016 Presidential Run

Carly Fiorina would be the only woman in a field of perhaps a dozen Republican presidential candidates. Sensing an opportunity in a crowded field that lacks a front-runner, the former Hewlett-Packard chief executive is actively exploring a 2016 presidential run. Fiorina has been talking privately with potential donors, recruiting campaign staffers, courting grass-roots activists in […]

A pretty good humble brag from Dr. Ben Carson: If you’ve ever interviewed for a job, you’ve probably been asked what your biggest “weakness” is. It’s the kind of question designed to let you show some humility and acknowledge that you’re not perfect. And so now that it looks like Dr.Ben Carson is almost definitely […]

“Republicans in 2014 were the most popular girl at a party no one attended.” These words were penned by a Houston Chronicle columnist named Chris Ladd, who also goes by the screen name “GOPlifer.” And a better summation of this year’s mid-terms we’ve never heard. Well, in all humility, apart from this one: “Every light […]

Mitt Romney leads the pack in the Bloomberg Politics/St. Anselm New Hampshire Poll. If you eliminate Romney, Rand Paul and Chris Christie tie for the top spot with 16% from likely Republican New Hampshire voters. Romney, who has repeatedly said he has no plans to run for president a third time, leads the potential pack […]

Neurosurgeon Ben Carson, believes God is directing him to run for president. In a sit-down interview with the Christian Broadcasting Network’s David Brody, Carson suggested God has been gently touching him with his heavenly fingers: BRODY: How is that conversation going with God about this potential presidential run? Has He grabbed you by the collar […]

Former Virginia Senator Jim Webb is the first Democrat to announce anything close to a 2016 run. The Democratic ex-lawmaker announced he formed an exploratory committee late Wednesday night, posting a 14-minute video and a lengthy letter to his website, webb2016.com. By announcing his committee, the 68 year old becomes the first candidate for either […]

Rand Paul: Having It Both Ways

2016 Schröedinger’s Candidate, Sen. Rand Paul, has taken another one of his principled stands both before and against a pet issue (again), and has voted against a bill that would curb some of the NSA abuses of US Citizens: Some of its opponents, like Senator Saxby Chambliss, Republican of Georgia, believe it went too far in […]

Dukakis Weighs In On Midterms

You learn a lot “when you get beat,” says the former Massachusetts governor and presidential candidate, now 81. “The worst thing, obviously, was this gal from Kentucky, who wouldn’t tell you who she voted for. God. You can’t do that,” he says, offering up one of the most dismal moments for Democrats in a demoralizing […]

What About Martin O’Malley?

Democrats seem to be ignoring a reasonable alternative to Hillary Clinton. Molly Ball at The Atlantic: Martin O’Malley ought to be a Democrat’s dream candidate. In two terms as the governor of Maryland, he’s ushered in a sweeping liberal agenda that includes gay marriage, gun control, an end to the death penalty, and in-state college […]

Following up on a previous coloring book teaching your kids to love the Texas Senator, our superhero now saves America. According to a statement from the book’s publisher, “[t]he supplement and book are fact based, fair and objective, about a man who millions of American citizens consider a real life true to heart super hero […]

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