Many liberals support Hillary Clinton because she’s not a Republican and wouldn’t it be awesome to have our first woman president and stuff. Other liberals have actual beliefs when it comes to politics, and aren’t convinced by Clinton’s campaign rationale: “I recently became a grandmother and I really want to be president.” Now that Hillary is actually running, some of these liberals are starting to troll her, which is kind of amusing to watch.
A Seattle CEO is making headlines for his decision to cut his own pay and raise his employees’ minimum salary to $70,000 a year. Dan Price, the chief executive of Gravity Payments, said he made the decision after ready a study that showed that giving people more money makes the happy.
At least one influential liberal blogger was very excited about the news.
Liberals like Elizabeth Warren want Hillary Clinton—who is potentially just days away from announcing a second White House run (her first was a failure)—to take a position on the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), a free trade deal backed by the Obama administration.
MSNBC reports on what could be a game-changing development in the 2016 presidential race:
Likely Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has taken another step closer in what appears to be a plan to run for president in the 2016 election.
The former secretary of state’s campaign most recently hired Kristina Schake, a veteran image adviser who shaped first lady Michelle Obama’s public perception into a down-to-earth image, NBC News confirmed on Monday…
Hillary Clinton used to be pretty popular. When she was sworn in as secretary of State in 2009, Clinton boasted a favorable/unfavorable rating of 57 percent—34 percent. Her numbers stayed relatively steady during her tenure at the State Department.