Many accused Clinton of pandering to black voters when she told “Breakfast Club” radio show hosts what it is that she never leaves home without. But the Democratic presidential front-runner apparently has always been a fan of the condiment.
Somewhere along Barack Obama's winding road through the red states, he lost me. It happened when he talked about abortion seekers who are "feeling blue."
Barack Obama's statements about the city of Jerusalem before AIPAC's annual policy conference have Mosaic wondering if the candidate just slipped up or truly doesn't understand the complexities of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. "Perhaps for a change," suggests hosts Jamal Dajani, "he should stop pandering to interest groups and take a hard look at the facts on the ground."
Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton agree on many issues, but it's a bit surprising to see two candidates who've talked so much about the climate crisis and a new green economy tout their love of coal. Obama has an ad up in Kentucky that claims "Barack understands" the plight of the coal industry, while Clinton has promised voters in the state she would put more money into coal programs.