We want to know how, if elected, the candidates will use their executive authority to make sure every tool at their disposal is used to keep families together.
Every few months, a candidate is voted off the Island. By election time 2016, we've winnowed the field down to The Final Two. (What great ratings we're going to get for this one. Better than the Superbowl).
For the first six months of the Democratic primary, the media -- including the New York Times and Washington Post -- relished writing everything they could to hurt the Clinton campaign. But now everything has changed.
With all the real scares at home and abroad, it is strange that we take such pleasure in imaginary ones. Several Republican presidential candidates, for example, appear to suffer from demonic possession.
It appears that Hillary Clinton will be the 2016 Democratic presidential candidate and her Republican opponent will be Donald Trump, Ben Carson, Marco Rubio, or Ted Cruz. Which of these four would the most challenging in a debate?
Probably for the first time in his life, director Michael Moore was hesitant to discuss politics. I asked the always opinionated Michael Moore whom would he be voting for in the next presidential election during the Q&A period after the screening of his new film, Where to Invade Next.
A restaurant in Colorado has unveiled a Trump Burger, topped with two bacon-wrapped cream-cheese-filled jalapeño poppers. I think I can do a little better. So I came up with a whole menu of burgers inspired by each of the presidential candidates. So, what are you having?
Hillary and her #WallStreetDemocrats apparently believe that it is okay to continue to have financial institutions that are Too Big To Fail. Her plan is to always have enough complex rules and regulations in place to control their increasingly complex investment schemes.
On Friday Rachel Maddow will host the second Democratic debate on MSNBC. I am confident that Rachel will do an excellent job but I do have a few questions I would like to know the answers to.
Sanders dominates with young voters, which makes their effective exclusion from Monmouth's Iowa poll dubious. Since Monmouth used the same method in New Hampshire, young voters would be just as effectively cut out of that poll as well
I'm OK with giving money to candidates, and I have made a couple of nominal contributions of my own to Hillary's campaign. What I'm not OK with is when a politician attempts to rally support by aligning with a celebrity who is incongruous to my needs and wants as a voter.
The explanation for her recent climb has little to do with Bernie Sanders' failures, and much to do with Hillary Clinton's accomplishments.
Wah, wah, wah! That's the collective whining of Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus and several GOP presidential candidates complaining of unfair, biased, mean-spirited debate moderators and their "gotcha" questions.
Bernie Sanders's role is to push Clinton to the left. To push her to actually serve the people. Otherwise, she more than likely will not. And inequality will continue to increase as it has steadily done over the last 30 years. Because as great as Obama was on some issues, he was pretty bad on inequality.
In 2015, it's important to know why a candidate owns a lead or surges in the polls. It's also important to know why polls change so dramatically within several weeks.
This primary is shaping up to be a demonstration of who is the most American conservative dedicated to conserving Americanism through a shared borderline erotic affinity of Ronald Reagan that's totally definitely not gay in any way.