Inside Bobby Jindal’s Iowa-heavy, Duck Dynasty–driven plot to troll his way to the front of the 2016 pack.
“But think about it: the European Union was talked about for twenty years before it finally occurred and this is the same thing.”
Possible 2016 presidential candidate addresses Confederate flag controversy, saying flag was used for racist purposes, but “our complex multicultural society is founded on the principle of mutual respect.”
Bern, baby, Bern. The video, uploaded to YouTube, features Sen. Sanders recording the song “Freedom” in 1987. The video’s uploader calls it “the Berniest Bernie Sanders video ever.” You decide?
“They stood for nothing and they fell for everything and they went right down the tubes,” the Republican presidential candidate once warned.
In a video posted on Facebook, the GOP Louisiana governor tells his family he is running for president.
“For 100 years, the United Daughters of the Confederacy has maintained and built upon the wonderful legacy of your founders.”
“I got to have a good reason to change what it is, because right now what we have is a result of compromise and that should be respected.”
Univision and the Washington Post will hold a forum with Republican presidential candidates, BuzzFeed News has learned. The Spanish-language giant was not included among the first nine announced debates.
LGBT advocates praised the long-awaited move to cover transition-related care — while noting that questions about implementation remain.
“[I]t does not belong on state or federal property, and it should not be flown in a place of honor as a part of any state flag,” the 29 LGBT groups say in a joint statement. A BuzzFeed News exclusive.
“The first speaker was Judge Roy Moore, Ala. 16th Circuit Court, who has received national recognition for posting the Ten Commandments in his courtroom.”
“Well, that is an approach that has some strong support, Senator Warner, Vice President Biden has been saying this for years. I have some kind of concerns about it but it may end up being the only realistic alternative.”
“What I saw today did nothing but confirm my belief walking through the door that we should end the jailing of women and children in these proceedings.”
“The problem is that racism and hatred is being taught.”
“I think it is unfortunate that some have used it in a way that it raised questions about their views. But our state, I think, has demonstrated that it is not a racist state.”
“… I think to every African-American in the country it’s a symbolism of slavery to them and now it’s a symbol of murder for this young man and so I think it’s times to put it in a museum.”
Believe it or not, Cruz and Jindal both appear to be using the same slogan.
Clinton confidant fires back after becoming subject of closed Benghazi hearing: “If all the Republicans have left to nail [Hillary Clinton] with is Media Matters and Blumenthal, this is an investigation that may as well shut down.”
GOP presidential candidate Mike Huckabee once refused to give a speech to the group that inspired alleged Charleston shooter Dylann Roof, but he did send them a videotaped message.
“Hi, I’m governor Mike Huckabee of Arkansas, wanting to say, congratulations, Canada, on preserving your National Igloo.”
“I’m a conservative Republican, but I get along with everybody.”
The latest high-profile Latina hire by Clinton is Betsaida Alcantara, who is leaving the communications department at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to join the Clinton campaign as director of media planning.
“I wouldn’t join the Bildbergers for philosophic reasons, but the other reason I wouldn’t join them is because I’d be afraid Alex Jones would be outside the meeting with a bullhorn calling me out.”
The cases involved excessive force claims and hotel guest information. Justice Anthony Kennedy joined the court’s more liberal justices in the two 5-4 decisions.
“Well, of course they would rather engage in sensationalism, because that’s how they make their money…”
Ted Cruz with the forecast.
“[W]e can achieve marriage for same-sex couples nationwide in 15 to 25 years,” the leaders of the LGBT movement declared on June 21, 2005 — a decade ago to the day. The decision followed big losses in November 2004.
“It’s a place normally where Earth meets heaven, and Wednesday night it was a place it was a place where Earth met hell.”