Bernie Sanders

New Hampshire

Fight For Relevancy Continues After Trump, Sanders Win

The morning after Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders easily snatched victory in New Hampshire, jostling for the other spots continue. What is known is that the billionaire businessman from nearby New York had no problems holding onto his monumental lead prior to Tuesday’s election, winning 35 percent of the vote. The runner-up, Ohio Gov. John Kasich, had a solid second-place showing but still was 19…


Michael Bloomberg

Bloomberg Confirms He’s Considering A Run For President

Michal Bloomberg confirmed he is thinking about a run for President of the United States, a move sure to send out warning signals to members of both parties. The former mayor of New York City and owner of a multimedia enterprise, Bloomberg told the Financial Times he is “looking at all the options” regarding a run for the White House that would significantly alter the…


New Hampshire

New Hampshire Not About Who Will Win But By How Much

With just hours before New Hampshire voters show up at the polls to declare their presidential preference, the question on everyone’s mind isn’t so much who is going to win. It’s by how much they do win. Late polling by a slew of pollsters focused on the Granite State have Donald Trump winning the Republican primary and Bernie Sanders the Democratic. That much hasn’t changed…


Hillary Clinton Iowa

Hillary Clinton Officially Declared Winner of Iowa Caucus

Hours after the Iowa caucus sites had closed, the Democrats finally have a winner. Hillary Clinton, the embattled party frontrunner who has struggled to resonate with young voters and first-time voters, was able to eek out a victory on Monday night. With 100 percent of the precincts reporting, Clinton finished with 49.9 percent of the delegate count versus Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders 49.6 percent. Martin…


O’Malley Desperate To Overcome Clinton Machine

With only the second Democratic debate coming in just over a week — and the GOP debates overshadowing anything happening on the liberal side — former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley is in a conundrum. Hillary Clinton, the perceived inevitable nominee despite a number of scandals plaguing her campaign, has been able to solidify her stance as the frontrunner. Bernie Sanders, the self-proclaimed democratic socialist, has…


Clinton’s New Hampshire Campaign Causing Rifts

Hillary Clinton just can’t get over the hump in New Hampshire. With Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders enjoying a comfortable lead, and showing no signs of letting up, Clinton’s supporters are starting to wonder if it is time to leave the Granite State for greener pastures. Members of Clinton’s inner circle — those who have been donating to the family’s campaigns for years — are wondering…


Outsider Status A Strength in Latest Presidential Poll

Outsider appears to be the biggest advantage in running for president this year as a new Washington Post-ABC News poll states that 72 percent of Americans believe politicians are not to be trusted and fully two-thirds of them believe the current political system is dysfunctional. These numbers bode well for candidates like Donald Trump, Carly Fiorina and Ben Carson, but do not signal much hope…


Stephen Colbert Debuts New Late Night Show With Jeb Bush

Colbert’s new program will feature many political figures, such as Bush, Bernie Sanders and others. Tonight’s Late Show with Stephen Colbert will have the familiar, and unfamiliar, for those who will follow the Comedy Central star over to network television. Gone is “Stephen Colbert,” the character who took on the Bill O’Reilly-esque stances of late night television, mocking conservatives by being a caricature of one….


Hillary Clinton

Hillary’s Big Labor Problem

Are labor leaders hedging their bets that the email scandal that surrounds Hillary will ultimately end in her campaign’s demise? Why else would labor leaders not be jumping on board Hillary’s campaign? According to The Hill, big labor might not be getting behind Hillary anytime soon for several factors: Labor leaders say they are keeping their options open. Trumka said it is “conceivable” that the AFL-CIO…