Monthly Archive: January 2016

Trump Rally Draws Hundreds of Protesters in Bernie Sanders’ Home State

Donald Trump’s campaign made every effort Thursday night to prevent protesters and those undecided from entering his rally in Burlington, Vermont — Bernie Sanders’ home turf — but to no avail. Protesters who were able to enter Trump’s rally chanted slogans like “racist” or “dump Trump,” but the real estate...

Rubio Shifts Immigration Focus to National Security Concerns

Marco Rubio is increasingly portraying immigration as a national security issue rather than a question of what to do with millions of people in the country illegally, a sign of his evolving stance on a topic that remains one of his liabilities with conservative voters. “The issue is not the...

Sanders Says He Would Beat Trump By ’15 or 20 Points’

Looking past the primary to the general election, Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders told ABC News’ Cecilia Vega Tuesday that he hoped business mogul Donald Trump ends up as the Republican Party’s nominee and says he would beat him by “15 or 20 points.” “Between you and me, I would love...

Cruz Downplays Trump Raising Concerns Over Canadian Birth

Ted Cruz tried to make a joke Tuesday out of Republican presidential rival Donald Trump raising questions about whether the Texas senator’s birth in Canada could be a liability if he becomes the GOP’s nominee. Trump told the Washington Post in an interview published Tuesday that Cruz’s Canadian birthplace and...

Trump Feigns Outrage After Rally-Goer Calls Leaders Muslim

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump drew heat in September when he failed to correct a rally-goer who incorrectly labeled President Barack Obama a Muslim. Several months and many controversies later, Trump, who continues to dominate national polls with less than a month to go before the first votes are cast,...

Bill Clinton’s Comeback to the Campaign Trail

President Bill Clinton officially hit the campaign trail today, working two events in New Hampshire. His focus today was on broad-based prosperity, something he talks about a lot when pushing his beloved Clinton Foundation. He was also focused on how in his view, his wife Hillary Clinton, is best suited...

Jeb Bush Releases Drug Policy, Vows to Stop Pill Mills

As the heroin epidemic grips the nation, an early voting state finds itself at the epicenter. In New Hampshire, where there were at least 295 opioid deaths in 2015, according to the state medical examiner. Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush, is using the Granite State as a backdrop for his...

Sanders Vowing to Break up Banks During First Year in Office

Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders will pledge to break up the country’s largest financial institutions within the first year of his administration should he win the White House next November. He plans to make that pledge in a speech in New York on Tuesday afternoon. In a rare policy address...