Clinton adds a new line to her speech in New Hampshire.
A BuzzFeed News investigation.
“Those who would attempt to extort from them or anyone who committed a crime against a person because they didn’t accept homosexual marriage could be prosecuted for a hate crime.”
Clinton’s Kansas City speech to one of the largest yearly gatherings of Latinos will come weeks after she addressed Hispanic elected officials in Las Vegas.
The former governor of Texas says the GOP has given up on the black vote and “lost our moral legitimacy as the party of Lincoln.”
“Anyone who has any illusions that gun control will cause a significant dent in the very serious problem of crime is mistaken.”
With an assist from Charlie Crist.
“I’m also supportive of federal efforts to define marriage as between a man and a woman.”
“They need to rise up, they need to say to political correctness, ‘Take a hike.’”
The Wisconsin governor made his career as a tough-on-crime guy. But 2015 is a different time — for Republican candidates, activists, and donors — and there’s real momentum for changing the very policies that Walker once championed.
In each state, there has been some pushback against this past week’s Supreme Court ruling upholding same-sex couples’ marriage rights. [Update: The trial court in the Mississippi challenge already Wednesday night ordered the state to stop enforcing the ban, a move previously taken in Texas and taken Thursday in Louisiana.]
“You don’t have to be a religious person, but you still have to, in my opinion, acknowledge that the words in the Bible are God’s words, and God’s direction for America … “
“This will not stand.” Seriously, New York Times, never.
“Because if there is a threat, if there is gonna be something happening, it’s gonna come from the Muslim community.”
“What an insult to African-Americans, who were hosed in the street, who were beaten, who were truly discriminated against.”
“We need to have a debate about what’s best for us, what’s going to build a great future for our kids and grandkids, and it shouldn’t matter what political pundits or leaders in Washington or Iowa or New Hampshire think.”
“So I consider it but the problem is right now In my life I need to attain some degree of financial security for my family and pursuits of ambition in politics is just not appropriate at this time for me.”
The documents released by the State Department show Clinton received email sent to an AT&T account. A spokesman said Clinton had used the account as a senator, but it remained active for most of 2009 only as a forwarding address.
The longtime Clinton confidant appears to have been informally offering information about more than just Libya while she was secretary of state.
In May, the state abolished the death penalty. Now, the fundraising race is on between groups trying to put the death penalty up for a statewide vote — or keep it off the ballot.
StayWoke.org is meant to link up would-be activists.
“We do not expect the Iranians for local consumption to — they say things, we’re not too concerned about what they say,” said Sen. Ben Cardin. “We’re concerned about what the agreements say.”
In a filing Tuesday, the Mississippi Attorney General’s Office asks a federal appeals court to allow its lawyers to stop representing Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant. [Update: The 5th Circuit granted the request on Wednesday, and Bryant’s lawyer later acknowledged that the Supreme Court’s ruling means that Mississippi’s ban is no longer valid.]
“Let’s just be honest. He’s no David Souter.”
“In today’s society, no one needs a semi-automatic assault weapon,” the latest Republican presidential candidate said in 1993.
The one bummer from the president’s week.
The Republican presidential candidate talks to BuzzFeed News about affirmative action, same-sex marriage, and what it’s like to check his @ mentions every morning.
Despite new laws passed by Congress and signed by President Obama to end the NSA’s bulk surveillance of American phone records, a FISA judge ruled the NSA program can continue for 180 more days.