On the final day of the Green Party's convention in Houston last weekend, Jill Stein spoke on the power of the greater good in the face of two undesirable candidates.
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The Vermont senator's February fundraising hit more than $42 million, more than any other presidential candidate has raised in a single month so far in 2016.
If the candidate's foreign policy record is any guide, a Hillary Clinton presidency would perpetuate and bolster some of our most hateful national characteristics.
Just what this presidential campaign needs: another know-it-all billionaire. Whip out your checkbook, Michael Bloomberg, and come on in.
"This is the best, quickest and easiest way to ensure victory for the Republicans," the GOP front-runner said. "In addition, I'm leading in every single poll."
A new poll released Thursday gives Trump a 16-point lead over his nearest competitor, retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson. Jeb Bush stood at a measly 7 percent. Yikes.
Given what happened to the former secretary of Veterans Affairs, Eric Shinseki, whoever ends up filling his position has a tough row to hoe. If President Obama gets his way, former Procter & Gamble CEO Robert McDonald will apparently be the next man for the job.
Barack Obama has once again dropped all pretenses of being a progressive president by nominating Penny Pritzker -- a major campaign contributor with a personal fortune estimated at $1.85 billion and a history of dogging bank regulations -- to head the Commerce Department.
Tuesday's roll call vote to nominate Mitt Romney for president at the Republican National Convention didn't go off without a hitch, as Ron Paul supporters caused quite a ruckus. Still, a boisterous chant of “seat Maine now” was not enough to reseat 10 delegates from the state who are supportive of Paul's presidential candidacy.