Hilary Rosen

Liberals Are Getting Ready for Hillary by Embracing Heartless Corporations

Liberal are very agitated about Burger King’s decision to acquire Canadian coffee chain Tim Hortons in a move that will allow the company to “invert” its headquarters to Canada, and pay a significantly lower tax rate. Their first instinct was to accuse the “unpatriotic” burger chain of treason. However, conflicting emotions ensued once they learned that “good” billionaire Warren Buffett helped financed the deal. It doesn’t really matter though, does it? Because Hillary Clinton is going to be the Democratic nominee in 2016, and anyone who thinks she is going to coddle Corporate American any less than the Obama administration has over the years is kidding themselves.

Ready, Fire, Aim

Column: Team Obama’s reputation is vastly overrated

We are rapidly approaching the moment at which Washington reevaluates the Obama campaign’s reputation for competence and expertise. One gaffe is an isolated event. Two is an embarrassment. But three or more form a pattern, one that is damaging not only Obama’s precarious chances for reelection but also the fortunes of the Democratic Party.

Kimmel Pokes Fun at
Honest Jay

Doubts Carney’s 'I never lie' claim

Late night host Jimmy Kimmel lampooned White House Press Secretary Jay Carney, who claims to never lie, over his other claim of knowing three Hilary Rosens at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner Saturday.

Stay the Course

Column: We will win this war on women

As a political slogan, “war on women” is so broad as to be meaningless. The very notion is ridiculous, absurd—a gimmick to quicken the heartbeats of Democratic activists and political correspondents. How can a political party that won the allegiance of half the country in the most recent election be fighting a “war” on a particular sex? Who started this war? Where are the fronts? Who are the soldiers? Will it end by treaty? Why isn’t Rand Paul demanding a formal declaration?

Rosen’s War on Romney

Democrat who bashed Ann Romney has ties to White House, DNC

The Democratic strategist whose provocative attack on Ann Romney created a political firestorm Wednesday has a long history of advising the Democratic Party and related enterprises.