The husband of Illinois Democratic Rep. Jan Schakowsky, Robert Creamer, who committed $2.3 million in bank fraud in the 1990s, is currently leading the anti-conservative Americans United For Change, the Illinois Review reported.
Hillary Clinton promised to “fight back against” the anti-Israel boycott movement, calling it “harmful” to both Israelis and Palestinians in a letter to one of her top donors last week.
Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush can throw a baseball like a normal American man, a Free Beacon analysis had found. Bush’s throwing ability sets him apart from President Obama, who is unable to throw a baseball correctly, per the results of a previous Free Beacon investigation.
A New York City tourist who sparked national outrage after taking a smiling “selfie” in front of the rubble of the deadly East Village inferno in March is now working as a spokesperson for the Democratic National Committee and criticizing GOP candidates for their social media output.
Marco Rubio on Monday accused the New York Times of reporting the “Castro regime’s propaganda” on him by publishing a story highlighting negative opinions of the GOP presidential candidate held by some Cubans.
New York Times columnist and marijuana aficionado Maureen Dowd reveals how Monica Lewinsky continues to be punished for her role in L’affaire Clinton:
PARIS — THE turquoise tranquillity of the Côte d’Azur was rocked a couple of times during the Cannes Lions Festival, the advertising world’s rosé-soaked answer to the Cannes Film Festival.
Al Gore snubbed Monica Lewinsky. Lewinsky, who was giving a speech for Ogilvy & Mather about how she became “patient zero” in the cyberbullying epidemic, was slated to sit in a V.I.P. box with the former vice president, who got an award for being a good brand.
But her invite got yanked.
Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee spent part of Monday afternoon working the counter and drive-through of a South Carolina Chick-fil-A.