Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) pans fellow Democrat Bill Clinton in her new book, This Fight Is Our Fight: The Battle to Save America’s Middle Class, due out on Tuesday, criticizing the former president for his role in deregulating the financial sector years before the housing crisis in 2007.
Republicans and gun-rights groups vowed to counter billionaire Michael Bloomberg’s newly announced $25 million campaign against national gun-carry reciprocity on Tuesday.
Billionaire Michael Bloomberg has thrown his weight behind Pennsylvania Republican Senate candidate Pat Toomey less than a week after he took the stage at the Democratic National Convention to boost Hillary Clinton.
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg was booed onstage during the University of Michigan’s graduation ceremony during the weekend after criticizing college “safe spaces.”
President Obama is playing a cynical game. He’s consistently raised Donald Trump’s profile in an attempt to boost the mogul’s chances of winning the Republican nomination. Obama’s theory is that Trump is unelectable. And it’s true that Trump is the only candidate in the Republican field who consistently loses in general election match ups against Hillary Clinton. A Trump nomination, Democrats believe, would be the best way to hold the White House for another four years.
Does the idea that Trump is unelectable sound familiar? It should. Republican elites said much the same thing in the six months preceding Trump’s second place finish in Iowa and first place finish in New Hampshire. The GOP’s top political consultants laughed Trump off, calling him names and saying he didn’t have a chance. Now he’s on track to winning the nomination.
Election season is starting to heat up, and that means it is time for the New York Times to report that billionaire Michael Bloomberg senses an opening in the field and may be willing to spend his fortune on an Independent run for president.
A new study found that customers did not lower their calorie intakes at fast food restaurants in the wake of the mandatory calorie labeling scheme imposed during Michael Bloomberg’s tenure as Mayor of New York City.
Artificial trans-fats are the latest target of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), which plans to propose new nutrition bans as soon as Monday.