Joe Biden continues to have fun with the press about his potential 2016 presidential candidacy. While waiting to greet South Korean President Park Geun-hye today, a reporter asked Biden about whether or not he’ll run.
Guests on the Sunday political talk shows include Bernie Sanders on NBC’s Meet The Press ahead of the first Democratic debate on Tuesday. Also focused on the Tuesday’s debate is the entire line-up at CNN’s State of the Union, including Martin O’Malley.
Guests on the Sunday political talk shows include Donald Trump making appearances on NBC’s Meet The Press and ABC’s This Week. Chris Christie is the only other 2016 hopeful scheduled to appear on Sunday, when
Thanks to Bombfell for being the exclusive launch sponsor of the governmentality podcast. In this episode of the governmentality podcast, journalist Allen McDuffee talks with John Hudak of the Brookings Institution about the power dynamics of
When Democrats take the stage for the first 2016 Democratic presidential debate in Las Vegas, Joe Biden won’t be there, but Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, Martin O’Malley, Lincoln Chaffee and Jim Webb will be.
View image | gettyimages.com “Politics is a fact-free zone. People just say things.”— Carly Fiorina Speaking at a town hall in Oklahoma City Tuesday, GOP contender Carly Fiorina defended her record as CEO of Hewlett-Packard,
View image | gettyimages.com In an NPR interview aired Monday, Marco Rubio was asked to respond to Donald Trump calling him “a clown” at the Values Voter Summit in Washington on Friday. “I’m not interested
View image | gettyimages.com Guests on the Sunday political talk shows include Speaker of the House John Boehner on CBS’ Face The Nation after announcing on Friday that he’s retiring from Congress at the end of October.
Thanks to Bombfell for being the exclusive launch sponsor of the governmentality podcast. In this episode of the governmentality podcast, journalist Allen McDuffee talks with John Sides, professor of political science at George Washington University, about
View image | gettyimages.com First time tweeters typically fall into two camps: They say something so awkward that they expose their novice status or they say something so ineffectual that nobody responds. Not the case