Democratic voters in Iowa emphatically rejected the “party of the future” label that is often affixed to their party. Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley, the only Democratic candidate under the age of 60, received less than one percent of the vote before suspending his campaign (until Hillary Clinton is indicted). Bernie Sanders surged into a virtual tie …
President Obama huddled with White House aides on Monday to prepare for the Iowa Caucus results, the Free Beacon has learned. Senator Bernie Sanders is widely expected to win the state’s Democratic primary. If that happens, the White House is expected to deploy some new hardware that was recently installed with the help of some children.
The Iowa caucuses are upon us. The winning candidates from each party will immediately be sworn in as co-presidents. Donald Trump is probably going to win—or is he? Jeb Bush will be there. Hillary Clinton is supposed to win, but she’s also one of the worst political candidates in American history, and is almost definitely going to jail. Whatever the outcome, here are five things you need to know before the votes are counted:
The World Economic Forum in Davos is a thing that happens every year where the brightest minds on the planet gather to lay waste to conventional wisdom. For example, here are 36 of the “best quotes” from this year’s forum. Don’t look, though, because that would be cheating on the quiz. Here’s an example:
The 2016 election has devolved into a circus. Only a toddler could make sense of it. The good news is you probably don’t have to worry about how it’s going to end, because all the evidence suggests that the end of the world is fast approaching.
The 2016 Republican primary has perplexed even the wisest members of the pundit class. In some cases, their predictions have turned out to be wrong, which doesn’t happen very often.
Leave it to 4-year-old Jacoby, a patriotic toddler whose artistic talent in the crayon medium has show vast improvement over the past several months, to explain it all for us.
If the event that Hillary Clinton upsets Bernie Sanders to win the Democratic nomination in 2016, she be tasked with picking a suitable nominee for vice president.
Who would she choose?
A lot of people seem to think HUD Secretary Julián Castro is an obvious choice. Not only is Castro 27 years younger than Hillary, he is also very loyal (he’s already endorsed her) and Hispanic.
Or is he?
President Obama recently sat down for an exclusive interview with Glenn Thrush of THE POLITICO, a Beltway gossip blog located many, many floors below the Free Beacon in Arlington, Virginia. Here are some of the highlights, as told using real interview quotes and clips from The Chris Farley Show: GLENN THRUSH: So, one of the things — …
Hillary Clinton is passionately devoted to transparency, which is why she earnestly declared in March of last year: “I want the public to see my emails.” How badly does Hillary want the voting public to have a full accounting of the emails she failed to preemptively delete from her unsecured private server? This badly:
Eight years after Barack Obama was swept into the White House on a passionate tsunami of “hope” and “change,” the Democratic Party is being forced to settle for Hillary Clinton, one of the worst presidential candidates in modern history. She is, at best, running marginally ahead of a 74-year-old socialist (who also promises to enact significant “change”) in the race for the 2016 nomination. Her message heading into the Iowa and New Hampshire primaries amounts to: “Realistic, incremental progress on a ruthlessly pragmatic assessment of a status quo characterized by spiritless gridlock in Washington and by the way did you know I’m a grandmother?”